A complete biographical sketch of General William Henry Harrison Beadle

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Published by The Educator supply company in Mitchell, S.D .

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  • Beadle, W. H. H. 1838-1915.

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Statementby O. W. Coursey ...
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LC ClassificationsF651 .C86
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Pagination5 p. l., [9]-99 p.
Number of Pages99
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Open LibraryOL6564477M
LC Control Number14002320
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