The History of Winnebago County, Ill., Its Past and Present, Containing ... a Biographical Directory ... War Record ... Portraits of Early Settlers ... Statistics ... History of the Northwest, History of Illinois ... Etc., Etc. ... (Google eBook)
H. F. Kett & Company, 1877 - Winnebago County (Ill.) - 644 pages
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