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An interesting relic of the Revolution. The subscriber, being censured through the public prints for cutting down the famous Jane McCrea tree ... presents to the public elegant canes and boxes manufactures from this world-renowned tree ... [4 lines] for sale in this city at the following places: Leary & co., hatters .. I certify that I am owner of the land on which grew the tree ... Geo. Harvey ... [7 lines] New York, July 28, 1853. Preview this item
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An interesting relic of the Revolution. The subscriber, being censured through the public prints for cutting down the famous Jane McCrea tree ... presents to the public elegant canes and boxes manufactures from this world-renowned tree ... [4 lines] for sale in this city at the following places: Leary & co., hatters .. I certify that I am owner of the land on which grew the tree ... Geo. Harvey ... [7 lines] New York, July 28, 1853.

Author: George Harvey; J M Burdick; W.A. Leary & Co.,
Publisher: New York. Baker, Godwin & Co., printers, 1 Spruce St., [1853]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: Jane McCrea; Jane McCrea
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Harvey; J M Burdick; W.A. Leary & Co.,
OCLC Number: 79240513
Notes: Facsim. of seal at top: Murder of Jane McCrea at Fort Edward, 1777. J.M. Burdick, maker, 1853.
Description: Broadside. illustrations 24 x 16 cm (23 x 13 cm)

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