Dust Bowl Nation: One Man, a Typewriter, and Finding Humanity at the Margins
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Brian Sonia-Wallace., Brian Sonia-Wallace|AUTHOR., & Graham Halstead|READER. (2020). Dust Bowl Nation: One Man, a Typewriter, and Finding Humanity at the Margins . HarperAudio.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Brian Sonia-Wallace, Brian Sonia-Wallace|AUTHOR and Graham Halstead|READER. 2020. Dust Bowl Nation: One Man, a Typewriter, and Finding Humanity At the Margins. HarperAudio.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Brian Sonia-Wallace, Brian Sonia-Wallace|AUTHOR and Graham Halstead|READER. Dust Bowl Nation: One Man, a Typewriter, and Finding Humanity At the Margins HarperAudio, 2020.MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)
Brian Sonia-Wallace, Brian Sonia-Wallace|AUTHOR, and Graham Halstead|READER. Dust Bowl Nation: One Man, a Typewriter, and Finding Humanity At the Margins HarperAudio, 2020.
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|Full title||dust bowl nation one man a typewriter and finding humanity at the margins|
|Author||sonia wallace brian|
|Last Update||2023-04-19 20:01:41PM|
|Last Indexed||2023-06-03 05:11:50AM|
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