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Author: William W Backus
Title: A genealogical memoir of the Backus family, with the private journal of James Backus, together with his correspondence bearing on the first settlement of Ohio, at Marietta, in 1788. Also, papers and correspondence of Elijah Backus, showing the character and spirit of the times during the revolutiona
Publisher: [Norwich, Conn., Press of The Bulletin Co.]
Subject (keywords, tags): Backus family; Backus, Samuel, 1693-1740; Marietta (Ohio) -- History
Contributor: Boston Public Library
Format: txt
Size: 251 kb



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