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New York Hospital
Earle, Pliny, 1809-1892
Dick, Archibald L., approximately 1805-approximately 1855
10. The New York of yesterday; a descriptive narrative of old Bloomingdale, its topographical features, its early families and their genealogies, its old homesteads and country-seats, its French invasion, and its war experiences considered in their relation to its first religious society, the Bloomingdale Reformed church, organized in 1805. Incorporated in 1806 as the church at Harsenville
Mott, Hopper Striker, 1854-1924
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