An Account of the Celebration of American Independence, at Clay Lick, by the Licking County Pioneers: Together with an Address, by Dr. Coulter, on Early Times in the Clay Lick Settlements. Also, Historical Sketches of the Townships of Licking, Bowling Green, Franklin and Hopewell, &c
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