account of the private life and public services of Salmon Portland Chase by Robert B. Warden

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Published by Wilstach, Baldwin & Co. in Cincinnati .

Written in English

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  • Chase, Salmon P. -- 1808-1873.

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Facsimile reproduction. University Microfilms, 1973.

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Statementby Robert B. Warden ...
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LC ClassificationsE415.9.C4 W26 1874a, E415.9.C4 W26 1874a
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, [11]-838 p.
Number of Pages838
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17929927M
LC Control Number06016553

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