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Author: James Laughery Paul
Title: Pennsylvania's soldiers' orphan schools, giving a brief account of the origin of the late civil war, the rise and progress of the orhpan system
Publisher: Harrisburg, L. S. Hart
Subject (keywords, tags): Orphanages
Contributor: The Library of Congress
Format: txt
Size: 422 kb



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