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Minnesota settlement and land use, 1985. by John R. Borchert

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Published in [St. Paul .
Written in English



  • Minnesota.


  • Land use -- Minnesota.,
  • Land settlement -- Minnesota.,
  • Economic forecasting.

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Other titlesMinnesota land use and settlement, 1985.
StatementPrepared for the Minnesota State Planning Agency by John R. Borchert and Donald D. Carroll. Cartography directed by Patricia Burwell. Principal cartographer: Sandra Haas.
ContributionsCarroll, Donald D., joint author., Minnesota State Planning Agency.
LC ClassificationsHD211.M6 B67
The Physical Object
Pagination43 p.
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5027258M
LC Control Number73621920

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