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Other titlesCatalogue of exhibits at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, Educational system of the Province of Ontario : Dominion of Canada., Catalogue of school appliances, pupils" work, &c. : exhibited by the Education Department of Ontario, Canada, at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, England, 1886.
ContributionsMay, S. Passmore b. 1828., Ontario. Education Dept., Colonial and Indian Exhibition (1886 : London, England)
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Pagination96, 76 p. ;
Number of Pages96
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Open LibraryOL18891204M

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