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General history of the state of Michigan [microform] : with biographical sketches, portrait engravings, and numerous illustrations : a complete history of the peninsular state from its earliest settlement to the present time

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General history of the state of Michigan [microform] : with biographical sketches, portrait engravings, and numerous illustrations : a complete history of the peninsular state from its earliest settlement to the present time

General history of the state of Michigan [microform] : with biographical sketches, portrait engravings, and numerous illustrations : a complete history of the peninsular state from its earliest settlement to the present time

Source : Internet Archive

General history of the state of Michigan [microform] : with biographical sketches, portrait engravings, and numerous illustrations : a complete history of the peninsular state from its earliest settlement to the present time

General history of the state of Michigan [microform] : with biographical sketches, portrait engravings, and numerous illustrations : a complete history of the peninsular state from its earliest settlement to the present time

Source : Internet Archive

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Page 596

States have been built HON. JOHN BALL.


Page 597

On New Year's Day, 1833, Mr. Ball left Lansingburgh for Oregon, taking a very different route there than travelers do


Page 598

Mr. Ball's memoranda of liis overland journey, published in Sulliean's Journul, and afterwards translated into


Page 599

Mr. Ball remained single until 1850, when he married Miss Mary T. Webster, of New


Page 612

Mr. Hart married Miss Charlotte F. Ball, daughter of Dr. Benjamin Ball, of Wendell, Franklin county, Massachusetts, July 8,


Page 612

Charlotte Ball, daughter of Dr. Benjamin Ball, of Wendell, Franklin county, Massachusetts, July 8, 1828.


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Sloughton, 1807, Dwight May, 1809, Byron D. Ball, 1873.