Peoples of the World: Customs and Cultures
Amiram Gonen, Barbara P. Sutnick
Grolier Educational, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 10 pages
An encyclopedia of world peoples combining anthropological and social information, both historical and current, on the status of ethnic groups worldwide.
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