History of Seneca County [Ohio]: Containing a Detailed Narrative of the Principal Events that Have Occurred Since Its First Settlement Down to the Present Time; a History of the Indians that Formerly Resided Within Its Limits; Geographical Descriptions, Early Customs, Biographical Sketches, &c., &c. With an Introd., Containing a Brief History of the State, from the Discovery of the Mississippi River Down to the Year 1817, to the Whole of which is Added an Appendix, Containing Tabular Views, &c
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