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Published by Pub. for the subscribers, by W. and J. Gilman in Newburyport .
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  • Fourth of July orations. [from old catalog]

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    LC ClassificationsE286 .S169 1810
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    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
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    Open LibraryOL23323731M
    LC Control Number16020791

    Much as the birthday of the United States is celebrated on July 4 – for the date in when patriots declared the independence of the British colonies and the spirit of America was born – March 15 is the date when The American Legion came to life. Each year, posts across the country hold events to commemorate this anniversary.


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