3 edition of Extracts from the minutes of the General Association of Connecticut, A.D. 1804 found in the catalog.
Extracts from the minutes of the General Association of Connecticut, A.D. 1804
General Association of Connecticut.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 6059.|
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Note: Classified as AP2.A2N48, and kept in the Rare Book Room. Note: Title pages and indexes were provided for v.Feb. 16, Dec. 27, The issues are paged continuously, and pages of v. 1 include, besides the title-page, a proposal dated Feb. 15, Instructions: The first step is to identify the name of the Connecticut town(s) where your ancestor resided from to Next, click here to look up the GRC series, volume, and page numbers associated with your ancestor's town.
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