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Author: John H. (John Hoyt) Lockwood
Title: Western Massachusetts; a history, 1636-1925 (Volume 3)
Publisher: New York and Chicago, Lewis historical publishing company, inc.
Subject (keywords, tags): Massachusetts -- History; Massachusetts -- Biography
Contributor: Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Collection: umassdartmouthclairetca
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Size: 1018 kb

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