Regional Research Cooperation: A Statement of Regional Research Procedures as Developed by the Regional Land Tenure Research Project
The history of the Regional Land Tenure Research project is traced from its beginning, showing the formation of the regional group, the selection of the subject to be studied, and the carrying through of the research until its completion in the regional and state reports.
Originally published in 1949.
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PROJECT Working PLAN
CollectING THE DATA
PROCEssING THE DATA
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