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Helen Atwell, Samiha Abusalah, Mohsin Elgabri; Paul Gifford, Les Raber, Bill White; Gust Pietila, Arnold Klein, Jim Baker Migration To Michigan, Michigan Fiddling; Ethnicity And Craft 1 Of 4
101 Migration to Michigan / Helen Mohammed Atwell, Mohsin Elgabri, Samiha Abusalah.
102 Michigan Fiddling / Bill White, Les Raber, Paul Gifford. Fiddle,Dulcimer.
103 Ethncity and Craft / Arnold, Jr. Klein, Gust Pietila, Jim Baker.
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