History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania
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Published by Mechling Associates in Butler, PA (203 Pine Track Rd., Butler 16001) .
Written in English



  • Cambria County (Pa.)


  • Cambria County (Pa.) -- History,
  • Cambria County (Pa.) -- Biography,
  • Cambria County (Pa.) -- Genealogy

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Edition Notes

Statementby Henry Wilson Storey, with genealogical memoirs ; illustrated.
GenreBiography., Genealogy.
LC ClassificationsF157.C16 S76 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6808437M
LC Control Number00273654

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