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Oregon (StateBasics) by J. York

By J. York

discover the colourful customs, humans, and areas of Oregon. With straight forward textual content and alluring images, this publication is a smart creation to the kingdom. Maps and logos are incorporated to counterpoint the student's knowing of geography and nation identity.

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