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Micah Whitney, revolutionary soldier and his twelve children settled early in Phillips, Maine : Jacob and Joseph Whitney came to Phillips 1792 ; Salmon Whitney appeared in Letter E Plantation 1810

Author: George Burbank Sedgeley
Publisher: Farmington, Me. : Knowlton & McLeary Co., Printers, 1943.
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Named Person: Whitney family.; Whitney family.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Burbank Sedgeley
OCLC Number: 11196404
Description: 49, [3] pages : portraits ; 22 cm
Responsibility: compiled by George Burbank Sedgeley.

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