The Life and Times of Scott Joplin
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Mitchell Lane, 2005.
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John Bankston., & John Bankston|AUTHOR. (2005). The Life and Times of Scott Joplin . Mitchell Lane.

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John Bankston and John Bankston|AUTHOR. 2005. The Life and Times of Scott Joplin. Mitchell Lane.

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John Bankston and John Bankston|AUTHOR. The Life and Times of Scott Joplin Mitchell Lane, 2005.

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