Documents, 1746-1751.

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New York (State). Documents, 1746-1751.

Documents, 1746-1751.

Volume containing three documents, 1746-1751, produced during the administration of Gov. George Clinton in New York, regarding relations with the Six Nations and the war effort .

1 v. (77 p.) ; 34 cm.

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Newberry Library.

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