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General MILES & U. S. Soldiers Fight Sioux at Little Muddy Creek, 2nd Cavalry, 5th infantry, 7th Cavalry, Lame Bear, Minnecinkens, Montana Territory, 1877    FULLER, CUSTER, SPRINGER, LEWIS, MARTINDALE, KESKY, FREYER, OSBORN, JEFFRIES, RYAN, WILKES, GILLMAN, LEONARD,

Marcellus, MI: Angry parent attacks schoolteacher VINCENT, 1886. 

Construction accident in Philadelphia kills 3 men, 1886. QUINN, KEENAN, McBRIDE

A Georgia paper reports its first "colored" jury, the "Freedmen's Court," 1866.  JOHNSON, COLTER, ROSS, BEAL, LAMAR, DAVIS

Scandalous story of 11-year-old child-bride, Michigan, 1866.

John STANLEY of North Carolina is recovering, 1827.

Portland, Maine Scouting News, 1921

Charleston, SC News:  the Governor's Appointments, 1870.

The ship Glasgow available for charter. Harding WILLIAMS, Master. 1792

1903 Ad for  Sphinx Coffee - Black man with a big grin claims that a  cup of Sphinx coffee will cure the "blues." 

1885 Ad for the Louisiana State Lottery, featuring the signatures of former Confederate Generals Jubal EARLY and P. G. T. BEAUREGARD

1894 bank ad with a sketch of William DISSTON.

In 1792, Benedict DORSEY sold clover and hemp seed,  dyestuffs, spices, name it! 

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