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Author: Providence. City council. Joint committee relative
Title: Report of the exercises at the dedication of the statue of Ebenezer Knight Dexter, presented to the City of Providence by Henry C. Clark, esq., June 29, 1894
Publisher: [Providence] The Providence press, Snow & Farnham, city printers
Subject (keywords, tags): Dexter, Ebenezer Knight, 1773-1824. [from old catalog]; Providence. Dexter statue. [from old catalog
Contributor: The Library of Congress
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Size: 24 kb

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