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Author: United States. Meade memorial commission.om ol
Title: Program of exercises attending the breaking of ground for the construction of the monument to General George Gordon Meade
Publisher: [Washington
Subject (keywords, tags): Washington, D.C. Meade monument. [from old catalog]
Contributor: The Library of Congress
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