1 edition of Lithuanian heritage--the many views of youth found in the catalog.
Lithuanian heritage--the many views of youth
Lithuanian American youth discuss Lithuanian culture and its impact on their lives.
|Statement||edited by Dana Račiūnas, Antanas Saulaitis, Marija Stankus-Saulaitis ; photography by Dana Račiūnas, Paul Petraitis, Jonas Tamulaitis.|
|Contributions||Račiūnas, Dana., Saulaitis, Antanas., Stankus-Saulaitis, Marija., Petraitis, Paul, ill., Tamulaitis, Jonas, ill., Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture.|
|LC Classifications||E184.L7 L574 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||89062137|
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