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Author: C. C. (Charles Cochran) Oakey
Title: Greater Terre Haute and Vigo County : closing the first century's history of city and county, showing the growth of their people, industries and wealth (Volume 2)
Publisher: Chicago ; New York : The Lewis Publishing Company
Subject (keywords, tags): Vigo County (Ind.) -- History; Vigo County (Ind.) -- Biography; Terre Haute (Ind.) -- History; Terre
Contributor: New York Public Library
Format: txt
Size: 410 kb



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