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Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

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