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Living on the Edge Texas During the Civil War and Reconstruction. Patrick J. Kelly
Living on the Edge  Texas During the Civil War and Reconstruction

Author: Patrick J. Kelly
Published Date: 30 Sep 2015
Publisher: Cognella, Inc
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 168 pages
ISBN10: 1626610533
ISBN13: 9781626610538
File size: 34 Mb
File Name: Living on the Edge Texas During the Civil War and Reconstruction.pdf
Dimension: 152x 229x 9.14mm| 303.91g
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