Progressive Pennsylvania: A Record of the Remarkable Industrial Development of the Keystone State, with Some Account of Its Early and Its Later Transportation Systems, Its Early Settlers, and Its Prominent Men
J.B. Lippincott, 1908 - 360 páginas
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James M. Swank
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