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THE GRAND CANON : a worldwide bibliography of the Grand Canyon and lower Colorado River regions in the United States and Mexico, 1535–2018 : 90,000 categorized and augmented citations for publications from around the world in 95 languages, with extensive background and supporting information
by Earle E. Spamer
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Spamer, Earle Edward (1952– )
The Grand Canon — 3rd edition
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