Alix & MinnieBibliography

Years of exacting research has gone into compiling the details of Alix and Minnie’s story. Below is a comprehensive summary of sources used to bring their true saga to life.

A
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C
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D
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E
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F
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G
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H
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J
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K
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L
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M
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O
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P
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