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The Daily Journal of Major George Washington, In 1751-2, Kept While on a Tour from Virginia to the Island of Barbadoes, With His Invalid Brother, Maj. Lawrence Washington

By Washington, George

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Title: The Daily Journal of Major George Washington, In 1751-2, Kept While on a Tour from Virginia to the Island of Barbadoes, With His Invalid Brother, Maj. Lawrence Washington  
Author: Washington, George
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Language: English
Subject: Washington, George, 1732-1799, Presidents -- United States, United States--History
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1892
Publisher: N. Y.; Joel Munsells Sons

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1732-1799, W. G., & Meredith, 1825-189, T. J. (1892). The Daily Journal of Major George Washington, In 1751-2, Kept While on a Tour from Virginia to the Island of Barbadoes, With His Invalid Brother, Maj. Lawrence Washington. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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