City Beginnings in Oklahoma Territory/Minnesota Farmers' Diaries/Mothers of the South... (Book)

Taylor, Carl C.
October 1940
American Sociological Review;Oct40, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p787
Book Review
Reviews several books on city history. "City Beginnings in Oklahoma Territory," by John Alley; "Minnesota Farmers' Diaries. Introduction and Notes," by Rodney C. Loehr; "Mothers of the South," by Margaret Jarman Hagood; "Educational Foundations for Rural Rehabilitation," by R. W. Roskelley and Olaf F. Larson.


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