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Report on the building and ornamental stones of Canada

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Dept. of Mines, Mines Branch , Ottawa
Statementby Wm. A. Parks
Series[Publication] -- no. 100, 203, 279, 388, 452
ContributionsCanada. Mines Branch (1901-1936)
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