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From Hunters To Farmers: The Causes And Consequences Of Food Production In Africa

From Hunters To Farmers: The Causes And Consequences Of Food Production In Africa

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From Hunters to Farmers: The Causes and Consequences of Food Production in Africa. Front Cover. John Desmond Clark, Steven A. Brandt. University of. From hunters to farmers: the causes and consequences of food production in Africa. Clark, J. Desmond (John Desmond), ; Brandt, Steven A. 1 Feb From hunters to farmers. the causes and consequences of food production in Africa. Edited by Clark J. Desmond and Brandt Steven A., xi +

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