History of the German Settlements and of the Lutheran Church in North and South Carolina: From the Earliest Period of the Colonization of the Dutch, German, and Swiss Settlers to the Close of the First Half of the Present Century

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Lutheran Book Store, 1872 - Dutch Americans - 557 pages
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