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Author: M. M. (Moses Mears) Bagg
Title: The pioneers of Utica : being sketches of its inhabitants and its institutions, with the civil history of the place, from the earliest settlement to the year 1825, the era of the opening of the Erie C
Publisher: Utica, N.Y. : Curtiss & Childs
Subject (keywords, tags): Utica (N.Y.) -- History; Utica (N.Y.) -- Biography
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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Size: 617 kb

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