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  Volume 54, 1992

Table of Contents

Thirty Million Californians Can’t Be Wrong: Reflections on Reaching a Dubious Milestone

pp. 7-22
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Territorial Dimensions of Hungarian Ethnic Identity

pp. 23-48
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Technological Change and Household Food Supply in a West African Maritime Economy

pp. 49-76
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Vance’s Commuting Analysis: An Application in Tempe, Arizona

pp. 77-96
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Errors in the Perceived Location and Character of San José, California

pp. 97-109
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Geography at Eastern Washington University

pp. 111-120
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Tokyo: The Changing Profile of an Urban Giant by Roman Cybriwsky (review)

pp. 121-128
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Hard Places: Reading the Landscape of America’s Historic Mining Districts by Richard V. Francaviglia (review)

pp. 129-133
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Report on the Fifty-Fourth Annual Meeting

p. 135
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APCG Distinguished Service Award, 1991

p. 136
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Some Notes on Presidents and Meetings of the APCG

pp. 137-139
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Editorial Notes

pp. 140-141
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Abstracts of Papers Presented (1991 APCG Meeting in Tucson)

pp. 143-186
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Index to Volumes 50–54

pp. 187-192
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Research Areas

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