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Author: John Warner Barber
Title: The history and antiquities of New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania : embracing the following subjects, viz., discoveries and settlements - Indian history - Indian, French and Revolutionary Wars -religious history - biographical sketches - anecdotes, traditions, remarkable and unaccou
Publisher: Hartford : H. S. Parsons
Subject (keywords, tags): New England -- History; New York (State) -- History; New Jersey -- History; Pennsylvania -- History

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Contributor: New York Public Library
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