A Cross-cultural Anthropological Analysis of a Technical Aid Program: Based on Field Analyses by Charles Erasmus [and Others] of the Smithsonian Institution's Institute of Social Anthropology, with the Cooperation of the Health and Sanitation Division of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs, and the Ministry of Health Servicios of Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru
Smithsonian Institution, 1951 - Public health - 96 pages
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