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History of Seneca County from the close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880; embracing many personal sketches of pioneers, anecdotes, and faithful descriptions of events pertaining to the organization of the county and its progress. by Lang, William

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Published by Transcript Print. Co. in Springfield, Ohio .
Written in English

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  • Seneca County (Ohio) -- History,
  • Seneca County (Ohio) -- Biography

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StatementBy W. Lang
SeriesCounty histories of the "Old Northwest". Series II: Ohio. Reel 62, no. 214
The Physical Object
Pagination691, xii p.
Number of Pages691
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17879793M

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