1 edition of Family and household in Northern European fishing communities found in the catalog.
Family and household in Northern European fishing communities
by Published for the NationalCouncil on Family Relations by JAI in Greenwich, Con
Written in English
|Statement||guest editor: John Rogers.|
|Series||Journal of family history -- vol.18 (4)|
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