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Author: Dana Reed Bailey
Title: History of Minnehaha county, South Dakota. Containing an account of its settlements, growth, development and resources ... Synopsis of public records, biographical sketches ..
Publisher: Sioux Falls, Brown & Saenger, ptrs.
Subject (keywords, tags): Minnehaha County (S.D.) -- History; Minnehaha County (S.D.) -- Biography
Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Size: 798 kb
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