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The Abraham Lincoln Companion - Helene Henderson
Call Number: Reference E457.15 .A153 2008
ISBN: 0780808231
Publication Date: 2008

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The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia - Richard Sisson, Christian Zacher, and Andrew Cayton
Call Number: REF F351 .A534 2007
ISBN: 0253348862
Publication Date: 2007

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The Indiana Book of Trivia - Fred D. Cavinder
Call Number: Reference F526.5 .C368 2007
ISBN: 0871952521
Publication Date: 2007

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The Governors of Indiana - Linda C. Gugin and James E. St. Clair
Call Number: Reference F525 .G69 2006
ISBN: 0871951967
Publication Date: 2006

 

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