William Dawes and His Ride with Paul Revere An Essay Read Before the New England Historical Genealogical Society on June 7, A. D. 1876: To Which Is Appended a Genealogy of the Dawes Family by Henry Ware Holland
  

William Dawes and His Ride with Paul Revere An Essay Read Before the New England Historical Genealogical Society on June 7, A. D. 1876: To Which Is Appended a Genealogy of the Dawes Family

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William Dawes and His Ride with Paul Revere An Essay Read Before the New England Historical Genealogical Society on June 7, A. D. 1876: To Which Is Appended a Genealogy of the Dawes Family by Henry Ware Holland

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Hardback
196 pages

Author

Henry Ware Holland
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Publication date

8th August 2015

ISBN

9781298528308


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