Series: NGS Research in the States

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NGS Research in the State Series: Virginia by Eric G. Grundset
Research in American Indians of Oklahoma by Kathy Huber
Research in Arkansas by Lynda Childers Suffridge
Research in Colorado by Kathleen W. Hinckley
Research in Georgia by Linda A. Woodward Geiger
Research in Illinois by Diane Renner Walsh
Research in Indiana by John D. Beatty
Research in Indiana by Dawn Slater-Putt
Research in Kentucky by Bettie Cummings Cook
Research in Maryland by Patricia O'Brien Shawker
Research in Michigan by Shirley M. DeBoer
Research in Minnesota by Paula Stuart Warren
Research in Missouri by Pamela Boyer Porter
Research in Nebraska by Roberta King
Research in New Jersey by Claire Keenan Agthe
Research in North Carolina by Jeffrey L. Haines
Research in Ohio by Diane VanSkiver Gagel
Research in Oregon by Connie Lenzen
Research in Pennsylvania by Kay Haviland Freilich
Research in South Carolina by Ge Lee Corley Hendrix
Research in South Carolina by Janis Walker Gilmore
Research in Tennessee by Gale Williams Bamman
Research in Texas by Lloyd de Witt Bockstruck
Research in Virginia by Eric G. Grundset
Research in West Virginia by Barbara Vines Little

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