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Map and profile of the proposed road from opposite Memphis, Tenn. to the St. Francis River, Arkansas T. : exhibiting also, the adjacent country /

Map and profile of the proposed road from opposite Memphis, Tenn. to the St. Francis River, Arkansas T. : exhibiting also, the adjacent country /

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01/01/1833
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Howard, W. (William)
Hagner, Charles N.
Smith, John W. A., 1800 or 1801-1835.
Beckwith, W.
Stansbury, M. H.
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.
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