The Flag in Her Flesh: A White Bride's Life in Fort Frances 1901-1908


  • Rosalind Kerr



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How to Cite

Kerr, R. (1995). The Flag in Her Flesh: A White Bride’s Life in Fort Frances 1901-1908. Tessera, 18.