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Reference Number                                       Book Title

REF HV875.55.A36 2007          Adoption Factbook: United States Data, Issues, Regulations and Resources.

REF HQ1064.U5 A35 2010       Aging in America.

REF GV706.5 .B375 2009         Battleground Sports.

REF E183.7 .D59 2009              Belligerents, Brinkmanship, and the Big Stick: A Historical Encyclopedia of                                                          American Dip-lomatic Concepts.

REF GV11 .E555 2009               Encyclopedia of Play in Today's Society.

REF HV45 .E53 2009                 Encyclopedia of Social Work with Groups.

REF HV10.5 .I4 2009                 A Guidebook to Human Service Professions: Helping College Students Explore                                                          Opportunities in the Human Services Field.

REF E77.9 .L58 2009                 The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Native American Mounds & Earthworks.

REF BF789.D5 M38 2010          Mass Trauma and Emotional Healing Around the World: Rituals and
                                                         Practices for Resilience and Meaning-Making.

REF KF4548.5 .O97 2009         The Oxford Guide to United States Supreme Court Decisions.

REF HV6250.3.U5 P73 2009    The Praeger Handbook of Victimology.

REF KF478 .L37 2009                The Rights of Women: The Authoritative ACLU Guide to Women's Rights.

REF DS202.2 .S28 2009            Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Arab States Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in
                                                         the Arab States.

REF E76.6 .L334 2009              Term Paper Resource Guide to American Indian History.

REF D805.A2 U55 2009            The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Encyclopedia of Camps and
                                                         Ghettos, 1933-1945. Volume 1, Early Camps, Youth Camps, and
                                                         Concentration Camps and Subcamps Under the SS-Business
                                                         Administration Main Office (WVHA).


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