A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time, Volume 3

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Joseph Sabin, 1870 - America
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Page 267 - Revolutionary Services and Civil Life of General William Hull, Prepared from his Manuscripts, by his daughter, Mrs. Maria Campbell; together with the History of the Campaign of 1812, and Surrender of the Post of Detroit; by his Grandson, James Freeman Clarke.
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