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History 491 - Mass Migration in the Modern Middle East

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The World Fact Book
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Europa World Yearbook
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EIU Country Reports
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All printed reference sources are located on the Main level, Du Bois Library

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Encyclopaedia of Islam. Also in print: REF DS37.E56  12v.

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World.   REF DS35.53.O96 2009  6v.

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