50 years of labour in Algoma: essays on aspects of Algoma"s working-class history

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Algoma University College , Sault Ste.Marie
Working class - Ontario - Algoma District - Hi
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LC ClassificationsHD 8110 F53 1978
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Pagination178 p.
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