Standard History of Essex County, Massachusetts: Embracing a History of the County from Its First Settlement to the Present Time, with a History and Description of Its Towns and Cities. The Most Historic County of America
C. F. Jewett & Company, 1878 - Essex County (Mass.) - 424 pages
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