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View of Smithsonian Institute with additional illustration of Woman Harvesting Wheat with Sickle 1861 : Stock Illustration
View of Smithsonian Institute with additional illustration of Woman Harvesting Wheat with Sickle 1861-1865 Published by Charles Magnus

View of Smithsonian Institute with additional illustration of Woman Harvesting Wheat with Sickle 1861

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View of Smithsonian Institute with additional illustration of Woman Harvesting Wheat with Sickle 1861-1865 Published by Charles Magnus
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154325000
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Historic Map Works LLC
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