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Pioneers and their sons : one hundred sixty five family histories

by George P. Aberle
Aberle, George P. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Bismarck, North Dakota : Tumbleweed Press, 1980
2 v. : ports.

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Vol. 2 subtitle: One hundred twenty family histories.

Includes indexes.

"If the first volume of "The Pioneers and their Sons" deals more with the pioneers themselves, rather than their sons, this one will speak more of their sons than their fathers. The former covered the period of settlement of the prairies of North Dakota within the limits of a few southwestern counties, especially Stark County, around Dickinson, their hardships and endurance, their success and failure."-- foreward.

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