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12/09/2010

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illy

Im writing a paper on the tragedy of Love Canal, and would love to add the portion of the US military using it as a dump, but Ii need a citation. I would really appreciate the weblink to that quote.
Thanks!

Professor Walter

Here are some of the sources I used when I wrote this article.

http://www.bu.edu/lovecanal/canal/
http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/archives/vol38/vol38n42/articles/UBTS-NilsOlsen.html
http://www.factsofwny.com/fedcon1.pdf

I hope this will help.

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