A history of Herkimer County: including the upper Mohawk Valley, from the earliest period to the present time ; with a brief notice of the Iroquois Indians, the early German tribes, the Palatine immigrations into the colony of New York, and biographical sketches of the Palatine families, the patentees of Burnetsfield in the year 1725 ; and also biographical notices of the most prominent public men of the county ; with important statistical information (Google eBook)

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J. Munsell, 1856 - Computers - 497 pages
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