Representative Men of New York, Vol. 2: A Record of Their Achievements by Jay Henry Mowbray

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Jay Henry Mowbray
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Excerpt from Representative Men of New York, Vol. 2: A Record of Their Achievements

The Story of the States - The Wars With England; Bischoff, Henry, Jr.; Blanchard, James A.; Brandreth, C. L.; Burslem, Godolphin F.; Butler, William Allen; Clews, Henry; Coudert, Frederic R.; Dayton, Charles W.; Dittenhoefer, A. J.; Ewing, Thomas; Fanning, William J.; Goebel, Lewis S.; Hall, A. Wilford; Hinsdale, Elizur B.; Hoffman, Eugene A.; Holm & Smith; Howland, Henry E.; James, E. C.; Joline, Adrian H.; Jones, DeWitt Clinton; Kellogg, L. L.; Kisch, Seymour; Kisselburgh, W. E., Jr.; Livermore, Arthur L.; Mackey, Charles W.; McCook, John J.; McGrath, William T.; McKoon, D. D.; Miller, Warner; Murtha, Thomas F.; Packard, S. S.; Plympton, Gilbert M.; Powell, Henry A.

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