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Author: Frank J. (Frank John) Urquhart
Title: A history of the city of Newark, New Jersey : embracing practically two and a half centuries, 1666-1913 (Volume 2)
Publisher: New York : Lewis Historical Publishing Co.
Publ. year: 1913
Subject (keywords, tags): Newark (N.J.)--History.; Newark (N.J.)--Biography.

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593-1125 p., ill., maps ; 25 cm.


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