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  • Sandburg Slants at Buffalo, New York 144328Cornhuskers — Slants at Buffalo, New YorkCarl Sandburg SLANTS AT BUFFALO, NEW YORK A forefinger of
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Buffalo (New York) 86618The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Buffalo (New York) Buf′falo, a western
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  • the shore of the lake and Niagara River. In population Buffalo is the third city in New York, and the eleventh in the United States. It was founded in
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  • Arthur; succeeded by Harrison. 28th Governor of New York (1883 - 1885), 34th Mayor of Buffalo, New York (1882). First Inaugural Address (4 March 1885)
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  • 143970CornhuskersCarl Sandburg1918 CORNHUSKERS BY CARL SANDBURG NEW YORK HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY 1918 Copyright, 1918, by HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY
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  • Slants at Buffalo, New York
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  • 1859 Meeting 14 – Newport, Rhode Island, August 1860 Meeting 15 – Buffalo, New York, August 1866 Meeting 16 – Burlington, Vermont, August 1867 Meeting
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  • LANDS Flat lands on the end of town where real estate men are crying new subdivisions, The sunsets pour blood and fire over you hundreds and hundreds
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  • United States Postal Service located at 2061 South Park Avenue in Buffalo, New York, as the ‘‘James T. Molloy Post Office Building’’ [Pg.2350] Public
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Buffalo-Berry 86619The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Buffalo-Berry Buffalo-Berry, a shrub with
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  • Institute. (From information kindly supplied by Mr. John H. Bewley, of Buffalo, New York.) The first edition of Peter Bell appeared early in 1819, and a second
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Buffalo 86617The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Buffalo Buffalo.  Two kinds of cattle—the Asiatic
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  • Be Free, delivered to the American Federation of Labor Convention, Buffalo, New York on November 12, 1917. The Call For War With Austria-Hungary, delivered
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  • The New Student's Reference Work  (1914)  B 87326The New Student's Reference Work — B1914
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  • in 1834, was educated at St. John's College, Fordham, and died at Buffalo, New York, in 1863, from injuries received in the army; James was born in Waterford
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  • incorporated February 14, 1883, under the name of the Buffalo, New York & Philadelphia Railroad Company. This new company, in pursuance of proper authority, also
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  • attended medical lectures at the University of Pennsylvania and at Buffalo, New York, where he graduated in 1859. The doctor was a surgeon in the One Hundred
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  • Buffalo In the 9th edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica, Buffalo may refer to: Buffalo, a genus of ruminant mammals, or Buffalo, town, New York, U.S.A.
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  • it, and he specified Utica, Rochester, Buffalo, Albany, New York City, and Brooklyn, in the State of New York, as the places where it had so been used
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  • the claims of the Indians 'who were parties to the treaty of Buffalo Creek, New York,' of January 15, 1838, to enforce an alleged liability of the United
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