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Weaving Identity

Textiles, Global Modernization and Harris Tweed

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      • Source title: Weaving Identity: Textiles, Global Modernization and Harris Tweed

        StatementGluasad Press
        PublishersGluasad Press
        LC ClassificationsMar 20, 2019
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 94 p. :
        Number of Pages88
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100578474182

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