American Military Biography: Containing the Lives and Characters of the Officers of the Revolution, who Were Most Distinguished in Achieving Our National Independence : Also, the Life of Gilbert Motier La Fayette
Printed at the Chronicle Office, 1831 - United States - 615 pages
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