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Filed under: Cook, William W. (William Wilson), 1858-1930Filed under: Gill, James F., 1931-Filed under: Steuer, Max, 1871-1940 Filed under: New York (State) -- Biography Filed under: Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Binghamton (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Buffalo (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Clinton County (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Delaware County (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Dryden (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Erie County (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Franklin County (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Geneseo (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Mohawk River Valley (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: New York (N.Y.) -- Biography Filed under: Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Niagara County (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Rhinebeck (N.Y.) -- BiographyFiled under: Syracuse (N.Y.) -- Biography
  • [Info] Samuel Joseph May. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, September 12th, 1797. Died in Syracuse, New York, July 1st, 1871 (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Journal Office, 1871), ed. by Unitarian Congregational Society (Syracuse, N.Y.)
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  • [Info] Memoir of Rachel Hicks (Written by Herself), Late of Westbury, Long Islamd, A Minister in the Society of Friends; Together With Some Letters and a Memorial of Westbury Monthly Meeting (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1880), by Rachel Hicks
Filed under: Slaves -- New York (State) -- Biography Filed under: Slaves -- New York (State) -- New York -- BiographyFiled under: Slaves -- New York (State) -- Ulster County -- Biography

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