Felix Moses, the beloved Jew of Stringtown on the pike; pages from the life experiences of a unique character--a man whose romantic record challenges imagination, (Book, 1930) [WorldCat.org]
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Felix Moses, the beloved Jew of Stringtown on the pike; pages from the life experiences of a unique character--a man whose romantic record challenges imagination,

Author: John Uri Lloyd
Publisher: Cincinnati, O., Printed for the author by the Caxton Press [©1930]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Biography of a young man in Boone County, Kentucky and his adventures in the Civil War.
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Lloyd, John Uri, 1849-1936.
Felix Moses, the beloved Jew of Stringtown on the pike.
Cincinnati, O., Printed for the author by the Caxton Press [©1930]
(OCoLC)654269988
Named Person: Felix Moses
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Uri Lloyd
OCLC Number: 1595844
Notes: Map on lining-paper.
"Second printing, one thousand copies, November, 1930."
Description: xxix, 354 pages frontispiece, illustrations (including map, music) plates, portraits, facsimile, diagram 25 cm
Responsibility: by John Uri Lloyd ... illustrated by J. Augustus Knapp.

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Biography of a young man in Boone County, Kentucky and his adventures in the Civil War.

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