History of the city of New York
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History of the city of New York from its earliest settlement to the present time by Mary Louise Booth

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Published by W. R. C. Clark in New York .
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StatementBy Mary L. Booth. Illustrated with over one hundred engravings
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Pagination846 p. :
Number of Pages846
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Open LibraryOL25509032M

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