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Iowa: Portrait of the Land

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by Larry A. Stone

Written for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Portrait is a reminder to Iowans of how our rich natural resources have shaped the history, culture, and economy of the state. 92 pages (2000)

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Natural Connections 2: Dreaming of an Elfin Skimmer


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