History of Maryland

with brief biographies of distinguished statesmen, philanthropists, theologians, etc., and the constitution of the state. Prepared for the schools of Maryland. by Allen, Ethan

Publisher: E.H. Butler & co. in Philadelphia

Written in English
Cover of: History of Maryland | Allen, Ethan
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  • Maryland -- History.,
  • Maryland -- Biography.

Edition Notes

GenreBiography.
SeriesOn cover: Butler"s series
ContributionsVan Bokkelen, Libertus, 1815-1889. [from old catalog]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF181 .A42
The Physical Object
Pagination212 p. incl. front.
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17860989M
LC Control Numberrc 01003392

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