2 edition of Ontario school books found in the catalog.
Ontario school books
George Nathaniel Morang
Written in English
|Statement||testimony of Mr. George N. Morang of Toronto, Canada, before the Investigating Committee of the Georgia Legislature April 3, 1914, Atlanta, Ga.|
|Contributions||Georgia. School Book Investigating Committee|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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