Transactions of the Albany Institute, Volume 1

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Webster and Skinners, 1830 - Albany (N.Y.)

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Page 39 - Alleghany, it is seldom seen farther north than the state of Maryland ; though straggling parties have been occasionally observed among the valleys of the ( Juniata; and, according to some, even twenty-five miles to the north-west of Albany, in the state of New York.
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