1993 study of visitor experiences and benefits at George H. Crosby Manitou State Park: final report
Ronald G. Nickerson, Dorothy H. Anderson, University of Minnesota. Dept. of Forest Resources, Minnesota. Division of Parks and Recreation
University of Minnesota, College of Natural Resources, Dept. of Forest Resources, 1997 - Travel - 110 pages
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