The Holmans in America: Concerning the Descendants of Solaman Holman who Settled in West Newbury, Massachusetts, in 1692-3 One of Whom is William Howard Taft, the President of the United States : Including a Page of the Other Lines of Holmans in America, with Notes and Anecdotes of Those of the Name in Other Countries

Higginson Book Company, 1909 - 295 páginas

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