Red River of the North research investigation.

by North Dakota. Health, State Department of. in [n.p

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Issued by the Division of Sanitary Engineering.

StatementA report prepared by the North Dakota State Department of Health covering the joint investigation by the North Dakota State Department of Health, the Minnesota State Board of Health, in collaboration with the United States Public Health Service, 1938-1941.
ContributionsMinnesota. Health, State Board of, U.S. Public Health Service
The Physical Object
Pagination158 p. illus., pl., map, diag., table.
Number of Pages158
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Open LibraryOL15958032M

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