History of Indiana from its exploration to 1922

by Logan Esarey

Publisher: Dayton Hstorical Pub. Co. in Dayton, Ohio

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  • Indiana -- History.,
  • Marion County (Ind.) -- History.

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Statementby Logan Esarey, also an account of Indianapolis and Marion County, edited by Kate Milner Rabb and William Herschell.
ContributionsRabb, Kate (Milner), Herschell, William, 1873-1939
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