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Author: Joseph Perkins Beach
Title: History of Cheshire, Connecticut, from 1649 to 1840, including Prospect, which, as Columbia parish, was a part of Cheshire until 1829;
Publisher: Cheshire, Conn., Lady Fenwick chapter, D. A. R.
Subject (keywords, tags): Cheshire, Conn. -- History. [from old catalog]; Prospect, Conn. -- History. [from old catalog]
Contributor: The Library of Congress
Size: 322 kb
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