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Blue Collar Chronicles

John Procaccino

Publisher: Toplink Publishing

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The construction site, a life form all it's own. A living and thriving entity. From its infant stage, all the way to adulthood. From start to finish and all that goes on in between makes the construction site a fascinating place. And the main ingredient, the highly skilled tradesmen.

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