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Author: Abiel Moore Caverly
Title: An historical sketch of Troy [N.H.] and her inhabitants, from the first settlement of the town, in 1764, to 1855
Publisher: Keene [N.H.] N.H. sentinel office

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Includes genealogical sketches


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