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  • 1929b Notes on the Beothuk Indians of Newfoundland. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada. Annual Report for 1927, Bulletin 56, pp. 3638.
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  • 1962a Canada's debt to the Indians. Canadian Geographical Journal 65: 112117.
  • 1962b The economics of Cyprus; a survey to 1914. Montreal: McGill University Press.
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