A social studies textbook which covers New York"s government, employment, schools, recreation, transportation, communication, and other topics.
|Statement||[by] Lillian Glogau, Edmund Krause [and] Max Rubinstein. Photos. by Michael Chassid.|
|Series||Learning for living in today"s world|
|Contributions||Krause, Edmund, joint author., Rubinstein, Max, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F128.33 .G54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||68018773|
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