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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 5 September 1874

izkjn o luce. WARXElt BUCK. AJÍÜKEW SXIDERj HMDU It i!t It j (J It ; Dealers in ill kindsof Merchandise ,t Cabin Grant, A. T., Consisting of SUTLER'S SUPPLIES For Officers, Soldiers and employees about n military posf. Farmers and Ranchers' Tk1s and goods of every kind and qual ity required by them. :Á 'iw- ra and Stock Dtalers friTour establishment filled with Jiduptd to their wants. THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - SEPTEMBER 5, 1874. LOVAL MATTERS. Petkk Rohektson has a notice of inter est to the public in this paper. . Col. Daniels, one of the TT. S. Indian Inspectors, and Charles E. Curtiss left santa te tor Tucson on the first day of this month and ought to be here by Tuesday. An. Ltx has taken M. M'Kenua's place as county janor ana tne latter is now in the employ of E. D. Wood as clerk. Sidney R. DeLong has aDDlied for let ters ot administration on the estate of Michael Layden deceased, and the anoli cation will be heard on the 12th instant. II. 11. Jones has a convenient room on Cong...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 September 1874

Vol. IV. TUC30X, PIMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1874. No. 49. is rUDLLSIIKD EVKRY .SATURDAY. NCBSCuiifiox Kates : no f'py, one year, iif U'iiy, six mouths Single numbers ,?5 00 3 (to fc Ai)VKHTitiiN(i Hati:s; Twelve lines ir. Uús I y pe, o no sr. One stjuai-o, twelve line.--, one iimc ?:! 00 Kach subsequent insertion 1 fiü I'rofi'.ssionai cards, per quarter SOU Plain death notices, free, Obituaiy re mark in prose, $.1 per sallare ; a poetry, t:.' ) per line. Imsiness advcrfisoiuf nts at Ileduc.ed (lutes. ( ;iiu-e Northwest corner Main and Omeros streets. ArTHouizF.r Aíif.nts fou Tiik Citizen : W.N. Kelly, newsdea lor at l'reseott, lias Tiik ( '.i r.::N tor sale, and lias authority to reeeivo and receipt lor money due us. I,. V. Fisher, -0 and 21 New Merchants' Exchange, is our authorized Agent in .San i Yaneiseo. Schneider, Gricrson t Co Arizona City. K. Irvine & Co I'lienix. JOHN WASKOX, Proprietor. J. C. II AN I) V, M. I).. Treses, Arizona. Goknek or Ciivjton am C...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 September 1874

THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - SEPTEMBER Vi, 1S74. THE UPPER GILA. All who live In the Gila valley, near old Camp Goodwin and at Pueblo Viejo, are enthusiastic in their accounts of the rich ness of the soil and the ease with which a man may make a farm. N. H. Clanto n gave us these items last week but after our paper was filled. About twelve months ago he moved to a point nearoldCaiup Goodwin and about 100 miles north of east of Tucson, and within Tima county. The place is now called Clantonville. Durin the year he has been there, himself and three sons have cut a ditch from the Gila river; planted 120 acres with wheat, corn, barley and all kinds of vegetables; and from nothing of consequence to start wit h, now has a line farm and plenty about him. All his crops have grown nicely and some of them unusually large. Portions of his corn grew to be twelve to fourteen feet high with two largo ears on a stalk. It was so nearly matured two weeks ago that scarcely an ear could be obtained soft e...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 September 1874

r Announcements, To the People of Arizona. AT THE REQUEST OF A LARGE number of friends throughout the Ter ritory, I hereby announce to the people of Arizona that I win be an independent i-eopie s vjanuiaate lor Delegate to (Jon Kress, at the ensuing election. If I am elected I will iairly represent the peopie ana me interests or every section of the Territory. No one can do more: loss would be unjust and ungrateful to inose wiiose support 1 now asK. II. S. STEVEN'S. Tucson, April 18, 1874. 28-tf To the People of Arizona. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS an Independent Candidate for Delegate to Congress. JOHN SMITH. Tucson, May 9, 1874. 31-tf For County Recorder. Election November 3, 1874, I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AN Independent Candidate for reelection for t he office of County Recorder of Tima County, Arizona, at the ensuing election. AUGUSTUS BIUCHTA. Tucson, August 1, 1874. 43-tf For Sheriff Pima County. 1 HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS a People's Candidate for reelection to the office of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 September 1874

WARXEIl BUCK. ANDREW SXIDEB, Hi T 1 1 It &BUCK, Dealers in nil kinds of Merchandise (t Camp Grant, A. T., Consisting of SUTLER'S SUPPLIES For Officers, Soldiers and employees about a niilitiiry post. Farmers and Ranchers' Tools and goods of every kind and qual ity required by them. Drovers and Stock Dealers Will find our establishment filled with articles adapted to their wants. Miners and Prospectors' Tools .nd Supplies and in fact just such articles as they must always have, we keep on hand. We also keep a Complete Variety of (iood, Such as Groceries, Clothing-, Boots, Shoes, Liquors, Tobaccos, Fanning and Mining Tools, Cigars, etc., etc. Camp Grant is situated convenient to Pueblo Viejo and other new settlements on the Gila; not far from the noted Clifton Mines, on the roads between Camps Bow ie and Apache, and San Carlos. Our prices are as low as any dealers and goods as good as can be purchased in the best markets. Patronage is respoctfullv solicited. SXIDER & BUCK. Cam...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 19 September 1874

ARIZONA C V Vol. IV. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, A.. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1874. No. 50. VS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SUJtóCMI'TIÓN IlATKS : Bne Copy, one year, One Copy, six months Single numbers tú 00 3 00 Aiwkiitisikc; Ratks: Twelve linos in tnts tvne. one sa. One squavc. twelve lines, one time S3 00 Each substNiuent insertion 1 íH Professional curds, nor quarter S üü Plain death no! ices, free. Obituary re marks in prose; ?,! per square; in poetry, 82 50 per line. Holiness advertisements at Reduced Rates. Olliee Northwebt corner Main and Congress streets. Attthokized Agents for The citizen : V. N. Kelly, newsdealer at Proseott, lins The Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt lor money une os. L. P. Fisher. 20 and 21 New Merchant Exchange, is our authorized Agent in San Francisco. Schneider. Orierson & Co Arizona Cify. E. Irvine A Co Phenix. JOnX WASSON. Proprietor. J. C. HANDY, M. p.. Tucson. Arizona. Corner of Cnritoii and Convent. K. A. WILBUR, M. I)., ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 19 September 1874

, I , . . - g THE CITIZEN. áLrW2ír, - SEPTEMBER Vi, 1874. Certain mea about town may think " matters pretty warm and be disposed Id complain; but tbey should tear in mind' that tbey have very recently bandied the poker soa to stir up the embers that rere ft dying out. Maj. C. H. Veil, well known through out Arizona, was at Johnston, Ta., on the first of this month.- He intended to visit Washington, New York and Philadelphia, and then return to this Territory, although when he left, he was Inclined to think he would not come back. B. Sbiton, well known as a former superintendent of the Vulture Mining eompany, writes Gov. Sufford from his eastern home on August 31, that he is raising a company to develope and oper ate tho "Great Sexton" mine located between Wickenburg and Prescott, and has hopes of succeeding so as to com meneo work this year. L. W. CARBcame in from his ranch this week and reports his sheep and lambs do ing very well. Mr. Jones, in charge of Gov. Safford "s flock, was...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 19 September 1874

a HH'JB 'JOOI MMMItf '! A UNE It liUCK. ANDREW SNIDER, S ' 1 1) JL1 II &BUCIÍ, Dealers In all kinds of Merchandise at Camp Grant, A.T.j ConsisUhgof SUTLER'S SUPPLIES For Officers, Soldiers and employees about a military st. Farmers and Ranchers' Tk1m and oods of every kind and qual iiy required by thorn. Drovers and Stock Dealers Will And our establishment filled with articles adapted to their wants. Miners and Prospectors' Tools nd Supplies and in fact lust such articles as they uiust always have, we Keep on nana. We also keep a Complete Variety o ".Goods, Such as Groceries, Clothing-, Boots, Shoes, Liquors, Tobaccos, Farming and Mining Tools, Cigars, eic, etc. Camp Grant is situated convenient to l'ueblo Viejo and other new settlements n the Gila; not far from the noted Clifton Mines, on the roads between Camps Bo w je and Apache, and San Carlos. Our prices are as low as any dealers and goods as good asean be purchased in the best markets. Patronage is respectfully solicited. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 19 September 1874

Announcements. To the People of Arizona. AT THE REQUEST OF A LARGE number of friends throughout the Ter ritory, 1 hereby announce to the people of Arizona mat i win he an inaepenaent People's Candidate for Delegate to Con gress, at the ensuing election. If I am elected I will fairly represent the people and the Interests of every section of the Territory. No one can do mofe; less would be "unjust and ungrateful to those whose support I now ask. H. S. STEVENS. Tucson, April 18, 1874. 28-tf To the People of Arizona. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS an Independent Candidate for Delegate to Congress. JOHN SMITH. Tucson, May 9, 1874. 31-tf For County Eecorder. Election November 3, 1874. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AN Independent Candidate for reelection for the office of County Recorder of Pi ma Countv. Arizona, nt the pnsuinr flection. AUGUSTUS BRIGHT A. Tucson, August 1, 1874. 43-tf Por Sheriff Pima County. T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS I nniia r'unrlMütf few rep leelinn to the office of Sheriff...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 26 September 1874

POLITICO. A los Ciudadanos de Arizona. HABIENDOSE ACERCADO EL TEEM po de tener la elección general de 1874, y como aquel tiempo os obliga de I eiigir auno de los varios candidatos que solicitan vuestros votos para el oficio de Delegado que represente el Territorio en Washington durante los dos años que comienzan el dia 4 de Marzo proximo, y habiéndome anunciado como candidato para el dicho oficio, creo que es mi deber de Indicar el curso que perseguiré, si acaso soy elegido, como también algunas de las medidas que recibirán mi aprobación. Las cuestiones principales y de mas im portancia que os se presentan haciendo la. elección de vuestro Delegado son: 1. Es hombre honrado y recto?. 2. Es hombre capaz? 3. Es enteramente identificado con los intereses del Territorio? Ciudadanos, he vivido continuamente durante los nueve años pasados en vuestro Territorio. Mi relaciones, sociales, políticas y comercia les, estaban solo con vosotros, y por ella juzgareis de mi honradez y de mis capa- c...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 26 September 1874

THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - SEPTEMBER 30, 1874. COTTON IN TUCSON. This week our attention was called, by Mr. Ochoa, to a bag of cotton in tbe house of Tully, Ochoa & Co., which was grown this Summer in the Santa Cruz valley not over a mile from The Citizen office. Mr. D. Velasco, who has resided in cotton growing districts, regards this cotton of good growth and quality. Last Spring, Mn Ochoa planted about an acre with cot ton seed, and himself and Mr. Velasco examined it last Saturday and brought in one stalk containing niue pods not quite ripe but of fair size and completely filled. Mr. Velasco thinks the lot is a lit tle above an acre in extent, and that it will yield full 2500 pounds of cotton, aDd the cultivation of it was much neglected, owing to Mr. Ochoa's absence from the time of planting to about ten days ago. Mr. Ochoa intends sending samples to the Agricultural Department at Washing ton for examination and report. In the meantime, the crop will have careful at tention. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 26 September 1874

VTARNEK BUCK. ANDEEYT SKIDEIl, WMDEIt &IÍUCK, Dealers In all kinds of .Merchandise at Camp Grant, A.T., Consisting of SUTLER'S SUPPLIES For Officers, Soldiers and employees about a Military post Farmers and Ranchers' Tools and goods of every kind and qual ity required by them. Drovers and Stock Dealers Will find our establishment filled with articles adapted to their wants. Miners and Prospectors' Tools nd Supplies and in fact Just 6uch articles as they must always have, we Keep on nana. We also keep a Complete Variety of .Goods, JSueh as Groceries, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Liquors, Tobaccos, Farming and Mining Tools, Cigars, etc., etc. Camp Grant Is situated convenient to Pueblo Viejo and other new settlements n the Gila- not far from the noted Clifton Mines, on t he roads between Camps Bow ie anu apaciie, ana san uarios. Our prices are as low as any dealers ánd goods as good as can be purchased in the best markets. Patronage is respectfully ouuciLeu. SNIDER fe BTTOK-. Camp Gran...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 26 September 1874

Announcements. To the People of Arizona T RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY JL self as a candidate for Delegate to Con gres at the election on the 3d of November next. The reasons which induce me to depart from the ordinary routine of private busi ness. t hat I may devote some attention to me public welfare, at least lor uus cam paign. I &hall endeavor to explain at such times and places as my friends may de termine, notice of which win DC uuiy giv en in the newspapers. I cordially Invite the voters of the Terrl tory, without party distinction, to give me their support, and if successful, will do my best to see that no man in Arizona shall regret Having cast nis vote ror me. C. C, BEAN. Prescott, Arizona, Sept 1, 1874. 60-td To the People of Arizona. AT THE REQUEST OF A LARGE number of friends tbroughoutthe Ter ritory, I hereby announce to the people of Arizona that i win he an independent People's Candidate for Delegate to con' eress. at the ensuing election. If I am elected I will lair...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 3 October 1874

nn Vol. IV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1874. No. 52. AK ZONA G ZEN tile aiiisoiva oitizisiv IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. srisscJui'TioN Ratks : ne Copy, mu year, .ne Copy, six months Single numbers 5 00 3 00 Advertising Rates : Twelve lines nt nils typo, one sq. One sonare, twelve lines, one time 53 00 Each subsequent insertion 1 50 i'rotessionai caras, per cmsirter 8 uu Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks in prose, Stf per square; in poetry. z2 oO per line. Business advertisements at Reduced Rates. OUiec Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. Authorized agents for The Citizen : W. X. Kelly, newsdealer at Prescott, has The Citizen for sale, und has authority to receive and receipt lor money due us. u P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' Exchange, is our authorized Agent in r-an Francisco. Schneider. Grierson & Co Arizona City, E. Irvine & Co ,. Phenix. JOHN WASSO-W Proprietor, TI1EO. F. WHITE, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SCRVETOR. Deputy Surveyor of...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 3 October 1874

THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OCTOBERS, 1874 FOURTH YEAR CLOSED. This number closes the fourth year of The Arizona Citizen. During these four years, Its progress has beca steady and its permaneDce established. The contin uance and prosperity of it are as certain as any two future business propositions. Its present prosperity has been secured by the strictest observance of legitimate busi ness principles. It has not received one penny except from subscriptions at adver tised rates; from advertising at moderate charges; and from Job-work at like rates. No man has paid or ever can pay us a cent or any sum for editorials in his interest or tne special interest of his friend or friends. It has excluded all quack advertisements, and will not admit them at any price. It docs cot allow agents In the large or small cities abroad to fix a price for advertise ments for insertion in it. Howell and Co., Pettengill & Co. and Bates &. Locke of New York; L. P. Fisher of San Francisco, and agents o...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 3 October 1874

Announcements. To the People of Arizona. I RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY self as a candidate for Delegate to Con grcs at the election on the 3d of November next. The reasons which induce me to depart from the ordinary routine of private busi ness that I may devote some attention to the publie welfare, at least for this cam paign, I shall endeavor to explain at such times and places as my friends may de termine, notice of which aviII be duly gi en in the newspapers. I cordially invite the voters of the Terri tory, without party distinction, to give me their support, and if successful, will do my best to see that no man in Arizona shall regret having cast his vote ior me. C. C. UE N. Prescott, Arizona, Sept. 1, 1874.' 50-td" To the People of Arizona. AT THE REQUEST OF A LARGE number of friends throughout the Ter ritory, I hereby announce to the people of Arizona tnat i win oe an independent l'eople's Candidate for Delegate to Con gress. at the ensuin election. If I am elected I will fairly...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 3 October 1874

WAUNElt BUCK. AjíDllEW SNIDER, h n id j: ii & nucic. Dealers In all kindsof Jllcrchaudis? at Camp Grant, A.T., Consisting of sUTi.Eirs surrLics For Officers, Soldiers and employees about si military post. Fnrmers and Ranchers' Tools and goods of every kind and qual ity required by them. Drovers and Stock Dealers Will find our establishment filled with articles adapted to their wants. Miners and Prospectors' Tools .nd Supplies and in fact just such articles as they must always have, we keep on hand. We also keep a Complete Variety of Goods, -Such as Groceries, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Liquors, Tobaccos, Farming and Mining Tools, Cigars, etc., etc. Camp Grant is situated convenient to Pueblo Viejo and -other new settlements on the Gila: not far from the noted Clifton Mines, on the roads between Camps Bow ie and Apache, and San Carlos. Our prices are as low as any dealers and jroods as good as can be purchased in t he best markets. Patronage is respectfully solicited. SNIDER & B...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 10 October 1874

7 VOL. V. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1874. No. 1. 'l.'HI3 AHIZOXA KJITIZIZTS IS published every Saturday. SriiSCitll'TIUN liATEa : kiio Copy, iinn vear. 5 00 3 (HI i iit Copy, six months Single numbers A nvuRTisiNG Rates: Tt'-'v- IV. !1iTs !ypn, one sq. One siui.ii', 1 wi vi- hues, one time S3 no Each subsequent insertion 1 50 Professional cards, per quarter SCO Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks in prose, j'.'J per square; iu poetry, $2 oO per i i no. . Business ndverilrcments at R educed Rales. Office Northwest cornel Main and Congress stre-e-ts. ArTHOUIZED AGKNTS FOR THE CITIZEN : W. X. Kelly, newsdealer at Prcseof, has Tiik Citizen Cor -ale, and lias authority to receive and receipt for money due us. L. P. Fisher, Co and CI New Merchants' Exchange, is our authorized Agent in Nan Francise . Sehncid-r, Grierson it Co Arizona City. K. Irvine fc Co ..Phenix. JOHN" WASSON. Proprietor. II. FARLEY, ATTORNEY ISP COUNSELOR AT LAW, TUCSON, ARIZONA. J. C. H...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 10 October 1874

THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - - OCTOBER 10, 1874 Local Mining Operations. E. M. Pearce has just received returns of UJÍ tons of copper ore shipped by himself, Tully, Ochoa fc Co., and others of their company, to San Francisco for reduction. The ore was froin the Mammoth mine in the vicinity of the Young America, 'in .Silver mountain district, and the net re turn, after paying all sorts of charges, rea sonable and unreasonable, is over 3700; ex cluding the cost of shipment from the mine to Yuma, the return is S9SG.20. Sev eral Items in the expense account will not be incurred again, as for instance $61 com missions after every other conceivable item had been put in. The 25,000 pounds of ore shipped and treated, with this ex iwrience bought ail paid for, could be now handled at a clear profit of over S'JOO Cold coin. Think of this here and else where! Mining ore tar Irom all supplies and coveniences; then shipping it 250 miles by wagon; then about 2000 by river and ocean wit h areshipmenti...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 10 October 1874

COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Tucson, - - - Arizona. 1 1. 1J. Hmltli, - - - Proprietor. ''pill NEW AND COMMODIOUS L hotel extends on Main street from I'emiiiiirion to Ott, In the most desirable Vari of the City. The Proprietor now feels justified in so Jicltinc patronage in the full assurance ;hat tie eaii please all who may become I; Is guests. Special eare will be taken to acconuno i'.Hte families as well as others in an unex ceptionable manner. TKHMS: i Ily the Week, - - - $10 OO Ily the Week with Room, - 15 OO Ily the Day, - - . 1 SO Mnglc Moala 1 OO lied. - - . - - - 1 OO EXCHANGE SALOON, Ti'cson". Arizona. II. 11 J-smltli. - Proprietor. rEtHIS LARGE AND COMMODIOUS J Saloon has been lately refitted and is now open to the public. The Stock of Wines, Liquors, Clears, nnl so forth, now on hand, will be Sold, Given Away or otherwise disposed ol, within the next fifteen days, to mate room lor the Largest Variety and the Fiuest Brands of everything In the Saloon Line (purchased entirely in Cal...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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