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  Black Hills - The Story Behind the Scenery  (BHI #100128391)
Black Hills - The Story Behind the Scenery 
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The Black Hills is central to natural wonders of the universe evolving here over millions of years. New growth continues to nourish new life, allowing the ecosystem to regenerate itself and in the process, allowing mankind to take a peek.

This book contains wonderful general information about the Black Hills of South Dakota, and features Peter & Neal Larson of The Black Hills Institute.

Beautiful full-color photos

This book is from the "Discover America's Heritage" series.

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Credit    By Beverly Pechan
Source    Published by: KC Publications
Notes    Paperback, 48 pages
Size    12" l x 9.5" w x .25" h  (31 x 25 x 1 cm)

Price:  $9.99
 
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