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William Penns treaty with the Indians illustration from This Country of Ours The Story of the United States

by A.C. Michael

William Penns treaty with the Indians illustration from This Country of Ours The Story of the United States - A.C. Michael
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William Penns treaty with the Indians illustration from This Country of Ours The Story of the United States - A.C. Michael

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English: "William Penns treaty with the Indians illustration from This Country of Ours The Story of the United States" oil on Canvas.
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