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Little journeys to the homes of famous people, American statesmen, by Elbert Hubbard.

Main Author: Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915.
Language(s): English
Published: New York and London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1922]
Subjects: Lincoln, Abraham, > 1809-1865
Seward, William H. > (William Henry), > 1801-1872.
Jay, John, > 1745-1829.
Clay, Henry, > 1777-1852.
Webster, Daniel, > 1782-1852.
Jefferson, Thomas, > 1743-1826.
Adams, John Quincy, > 1767-1848
Hancock, John, > 1737-1793.
Adams, Samuel, > 1722-1803.
Hamilton, Alexander, > 1757-1804.
Franklin, Benjamin, > 1706-1790.
Washington, George, > 1732-1799
Statesmen, American.
Note: "First printed in 1898. Reprinted 18 times. This ed. printed in 1922."
Physical Description: viii, 436 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. (part fold.) 18 cm.
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