Cold Harbor To The Crater
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Gary W. Gallagher., Gary W. Gallagher|AUTHOR., & Caroline E. Janney|AUTHOR. (2015). Cold Harbor To The Crater . The University of North Carolina Press.

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Gary W. Gallagher, Gary W. Gallagher|AUTHOR and Caroline E. Janney|AUTHOR. 2015. Cold Harbor To The Crater. The University of North Carolina Press.

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Gary W. Gallagher, Gary W. Gallagher|AUTHOR and Caroline E. Janney|AUTHOR. Cold Harbor To The Crater The University of North Carolina Press, 2015.

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Gary W. Gallagher, Gary W. Gallagher|AUTHOR, and Caroline E. Janney|AUTHOR. Cold Harbor To The Crater The University of North Carolina Press, 2015.

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Full titlecold harbor to the crater mountaineering and nation building in germany and austria 1860 1939
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