History of the Allen township Presbyterian church and the community which has sustained it, in what was formerly known as the "Irish settlement," Northampton county, Pa. pp. 10-197 pdf
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History Of The Allen Township Presbyterian Church And The Community Which Has Sustained It, In What Was Formerly Known As The "irish Settlement," Northampton County, Pa. Pp. 10-197

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Paperback: 203 pages
Publisher: Leopold Classic Library (September 30, 2015)
Language: English
ASIN: B015YOXF8K
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