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Author: George W. (George Washington) Cullum
Title: Biographical register of the officers and graduates of the U. S. Military academy, from 1802 to 1867. Rev. ed., with a supplement continuing the register of graduates to January 1, 1879 (Volume 3)
Publisher: New York : J. Miller
Subject (keywords, tags): United States Military Academy

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v. 1. 1802-1840.--v. 2. 1841-1867.--v. 3. Supplement


Contributor: University of California Libraries
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