Three centuries in Champlain valley

a collection of historical facts and incidents. by Tuttle, Maria Jeanette Brookings "Mrs. G. F. Tuttle"

Publisher: Saranac chapter, D.A.R. in Plattsburgh, N.Y

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Arranged in form of a calendar. Roll of honor of Saranac Chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution. p. 439-448; Index of persons and organizations, p. 449-473; Index of places and events, p. 475-485.

StatementCompiled and edited by Mrs. George Fuller Tuttle.
ContributionsDaughters of the American Revolution. New York Organization. Saranac Chapter, Plattsburgh.
LC ClassificationsF127.C62 T9
The Physical Object
Pagination485 p.
Number of Pages485
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22138280M
LC Control Number10013926

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