The Organization of knowledge in modern America, 1860-1920



Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Alexandra Oleson and John Voss.
ContributionsOleson, Alexandra, 1939-, Voss, John, 1917-
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LC ClassificationsAZ505 .O73
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Paginationxxi, 478 p. ;
Number of Pages478
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Open LibraryOL4731937M
ISBN 100801821088
LC Control Number78020521

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