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Author: Isaac Newton Lewis
Title: A history of Walpole, Mass., from the earliest times
Publisher: [Walpole, Mass.] First historical society of Walpole, Mass
Subject (keywords, tags): Walpole (Mass. : Town) -- History
Contributor: UMass Amherst Libraries Collection: umass_amherst_libraries
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Size: 142 kb

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