The Law for the Government of the Massachusetts Militia: Being Chapter 367 of the Acts of 1893, with Amendments and Additions Thereto, Made During the Years 1893-97, Inclusive; Also, Chapter 384, with Additions, of the Acts of 1884 and Chapter 253 of the Acts of 1897, Relative to Armories
Wright & Potter Prtg. Company, 1898 - Massachusetts - 138 pages
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