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North Carolina 1850 agricultural census by Linda L. Green
North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 1 by Linda L. Green1
North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census - Volume 2 by Linda L. Green2
North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census - Volume 3 by Linda L. Green3
North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 4 by Linda L. Green4
North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 5 by Linda L. Green5
North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 6 by Linda L. Green6

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