Minority groups in Iowa
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Minority groups in Iowa by Rogelio Saenz

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Published by Cooperative Extensive Service, Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa .
Written in English



  • Iowa,
  • Iowa.


  • Minorities -- Iowa.,
  • Minorities -- Iowa -- Statistics.,
  • Iowa -- Population.,
  • Iowa -- Population -- Statistics.

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Edition Notes

StatementRogelio Saenz, Willis Goudy, and Nak Hoon Lee.
ContributionsGoudy, Willis J., Lee, Nak Hoon., Iowa State University. Cooperative Extension Service.
LC ClassificationsF630.A1 S24 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination74 p. :
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2496844M
LC Control Number87621707

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