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Women in rural society an annotated bibliography by Commonwealth Bureau of Agricultural Economics

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Published by Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux] in [Slough .
Written in English


  • Women in agriculture -- Bibliography,
  • Agricultural laborers -- Bibliography

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Statementprepared by Commonwealth Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Oxford. [Compiled by Jean Kestner.]
SeriesAnnotated bibliography -- no. 13, Annotated bibliography (Commonwealth Bureau of Agricultural Economics) -- no. 13
ContributionsKestner, Jean
LC ClassificationsZ7963 E7 C66
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Open LibraryOL20096019M

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