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The Surfboard

The Surfboard From National Public Radio, this is a wonderful website, complete with audio links and images, about the history of the sport of surfing and the development of the surfboard. National Public Radio • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations •
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The Surfboard


From National Public Radio, this is a wonderful website, complete with audio links and images, about the history of the sport of surfing and the development of the surfboard.

National Public Radio

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School

Christine Willig

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