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History of the town of Wolcott (Connecticut) from 1731 to 1874

with an account of the centenary meeting, September 10th and 11th, 1873; and with the genealogies of the families of the town.

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This edition was published in by Press of the American printing company in Waterbury, Conn.

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608 pages

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History of the town of Wolcott (Connecticut) from 1731 to 1874

with an account of the centenary meeting, September 10th and 11th, 1873; and with the genealogies of the families of the town.

This edition was published in by Press of the American printing company in Waterbury, Conn.


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"Genealogies": 428-608.

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Library of Congress
F104.W8 06

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xxiii, 608 p.
Number of pages
608

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OL271755M
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historyoftownofw00orcu
LC Control Number
rc 01003327
OCLC/WorldCat
1412998

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