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The Incorporative Consciousness of Robert Bly By Victoria Frenkel Harris. Southern Illinois University Press, 1992
The Incorrigible Idealist: Robert Dale Owen in America By Elinor Pancoast, Anne E. Lincoln. The Principia Press, 1940
Increasing Returns and Efficiency By Martine Quinzii. Oxford University Press, 1992
Increasing Student Learning through Multimedia Projects By Michael Simkins, Karen Cole, Fern Tavalin, Barbara Means. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2002
Increasing the President's Power By Julia E. Johnsen. H.W. Wilson, 1933
Incriminations: Guilty Women/Telling Stories By Karen S. McPherson. Princeton University Press, 1994
Incunabula and Americana, 1450-1800: A Key to Bibliographical Study By Margaret Bingham Stillwell. Columbia University Press, 1931
Incunabula in the Hanes Collection of the Library of the University of North Carolina By Olan V. Cook, University of North Carolina. University of North Carolina Press, 1960 (Enlarged edition)
Indefinite Pronouns By Martin Haspelmath. Oxford University, 1997
Indelible Shadows: Film and the Holocaust By Annette Insdorf. Cambridge University Press, 2003 (3rd edition)
Independence and After: A Collection of Speeches, 1946-1949 By Jawaharlal Nehru. Day, 1950
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A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Independence: The Creation of a National Park By Constance M. Greiff, Charles B. Hosmer. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1987
Independent Cities: Rethinking U.S. Urban Policy By Robert J. Waste. Oxford University Press, 1998
Independent Iraq, 1932-1958: A Study in Iraqi Politics By Majid Khadduri. Oxford University Press, 1960 (2nd edition)
The Independent Member for Lyne: A Memoir By Rob Oakeshott. Allen & Unwin, 2014
PRIMARY SOURCE
A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
The Independent Regulatory Commissions By Robert E. Cushman, Institute of Public Administration (New York, N.Y.). Oxford University Press, 1941
Independent Schoolmaster By Claude M. Fuess. Little, Brown & Company, 1952
The Independent Theatre in Europe, 1887 to the Present By Anna Irene Miller . Ray Long & Rihcard R. Smith, 1931
An Independent Woman: The Life of Lou Henry Hoover By Anne Beiser Allen, Jon L. Wakelyn. Greenwood Press, 2000
Index Digest of State Constitutions By Richard A. Edwards. Columbia University Press, 1959 (2nd edition)
An Index to African-American Spirituals for the Solo Voice By François Clemmons, Kathleen A. Abromeit. Greenwood Press, 1999
Index to Schoolcraft's Indian Tribes of the United States By Frances S. Nichols. United States Government Printing Office, 1954
FREE! Index Verborum Vergilianus By Monroe Nichols Wetmore. Yale University Press, 1911
India & Democracy By George Schuster, Guy Wint. Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1941
India & Democracy By George Schuster, Guy Wint. Macmillan & Co., 1941
India and America: A Study of Their Relations By Phillips Talbot, S. L. Poplai. Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1958
India and Pakistan: Continued Conflict or Cooperation? By Stanley Wolpert. University of California Press, 2010
India and Pakistan: A Political Analysis By Hugh Tinker. Frederick A. Praeger, 1962
India and Southeast Asia: Towards Security Convergence By Sudhir Devare. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2006
India and the United Nations By Indian Council of World Affairs, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Manhattan Pub. Co., 1957
FREE! India and the War By Sir George Fletcher MacMunn. Hodder and Stoughton, 1915
India and the West By Barbara Ward. W. W. Norton, 1961
India as an Emerging Power By Sumit Ganguly. Frank Cass, 2003
India Briefing, 1993 By Philip Oldenburg. Westview Press, 1993
India in Bondage By Jabez T. Sunderland. Lewis Copeland Company, 1932
India in the Chinese Imagination: Myth, Religion, and Thought By John Kieschnick, Meir Shahar. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014
India Old and New By Sir Valentine Chirol. MacMillan, 1921
India since Independence: Talking it Over By Robert Trumbal. Foreign Policy Association, 1954
India Today: The Background of Indian Nationalism By W. E. Duffett, A. R. Hicks, G. R. Parkin. John Day, 1942
India Working: Essays on Society and Economy By Barbara Harriss-White. Cambridge University Press, 2003
India, Economic Development and Social Opportunity By Jean Drèze, Amartya Sen. Oxford University Press, 1995
India, Pakistan, and the West By Percival Spear. Oxford University Press, 1949
India, Pakistan, Ceylon By W. Norman Brown. Cornell University, 1951
India: The Emerging Giant By Arvind Panagariya. Oxford University Press, 2008
India: A Modern History By Percival Spear. University of Michigan Press, 1961
India: A World in Transition By Beatrice Pitney Lamb. Frederick A. Praeger, 1963
India: A Re-Statement By Reginald Coupland. Humphrey Milford/Oxford University Press, 1945
India: The Awakening Giant By W. S. Woytinsky. Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1957
India: A Short Cultural History By H. G. Rawlinson. Frederick A. Praeger, 1952
India: Globalization and Change By Pamela Shurmer-Smith. Arnold, 2000
India By Grant S. McClellan. Wilson, 1960
India By Joe David Brown. Time, Inc., 1961
India-Burma By Orville A. Petty. Harper, 1933
The India-China Relationship: What the United States Needs to Know By Francine R. Frankel, Harry Harding. Columbia University Press, 2004
Indian Agent: Peter Ellis Bean in Mexican Texas By Jack Jackson. Texas A&M University Press, 2005
FREE! Indian Boyhood By Charles A. Eastman. McClure, Philips & Co., 1919
PRIMARY SOURCE
A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
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