The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities, History and Biography of America

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John Ward Dean, George Folsom, John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles, Henry Barton Dawson
Henry B. Dawson, 1873 - United States
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Contents

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II
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III
10
IV
14
V
18
VI
20
VII
22
VIII
23
LXXIV
334
LXXVI
351
LXXVII
362
LXXVIII
365
LXXIX
368
LXXX
369
LXXXI
375
LXXXII
383

IX
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X
27
XI
28
XII
31
XIV
32
XV
34
XVI
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XVII
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XVIII
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XIX
59
XX
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XXI
71
XXII
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XXIII
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XXIV
80
XXV
85
XXVI
92
XXVII
94
XXVIII
99
XXIX
102
XXX
105
XXXI
107
XXXII
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XXXIII
114
XXXIV
120
XXXVI
124
XXXVII
129
XXXVIII
134
XXXIX
139
XL
192
XLI
194
XLIII
196
XLIV
204
XLV
206
XLVI
207
XLVII
209
XLVIII
218
XLIX
222
L
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LI
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LII
242
LIII
244
LIV
246
LV
253
LVI
254
LVII
257
LVIII
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LIX
283
LX
285
LXI
288
LXII
289
LXIII
292
LXIV
293
LXV
297
LXVI
300
LXVII
302
LXVIII
303
LXIX
310
LXX
315
LXXI
319
LXXII
324
LXXIII
330
LXXXIII
1
LXXXIV
12
LXXXV
16
LXXXVI
25
LXXXVII
29
LXXXVIII
32
LXXXIX
36
XC
40
XCI
41
XCII
42
XCIII
45
XCIV
65
XCV
76
XCVI
82
XCVII
90
XCVIII
92
XCIX
93
C
94
CI
101
CII
104
CIII
105
CIV
106
CVI
121
CVII
127
CVIII
142
CIX
153
CX
163
CXI
166
CXII
167
CXIII
197
CXIV
201
CXV
210
CXVI
216
CXVII
224
CXVIII
227
CXIX
228
CXX
235
CXXI
239
CXXII
241
CXXIII
243
CXXV
244
CXXVI
252
CXXVII
254
CXXVIII
268
CXXIX
272
CXXX
280
CXXXI
281
CXXXII
290
CXXXIII
299
CXXXIV
305
CXXXV
307
CXXXVI
320
CXXXVII
324
CXXXVIII
330
CXXXIX
340
CXL
346
CXLI
353
CXLII
364
CXLIII
368
CXLIV
371
CXLV
374
CXLVI
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