Robert F. Karachuk

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Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 16: February 1784 – March 1785Papers of John Adams, Volume 16: February 1784 – March 1785Adams, John
Lint, Gregg L.
Taylor, C. James
Karachuk, Robert F.
Woodward, Hobson
Hogan, Margaret A.
Millikan, Neal E.
Sikes, Sara B.
Martin, Sara
Georgini, Sara
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Connolly, James T.
HARDCOVER06/08/2012$109.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 15: June 1783 – January 1784Papers of John Adams, Volume 15: June 1783 – January 1784Adams, John
Lint, Gregg L.
Taylor, C. James
Karachuk, Robert F.
Woodward, Hobson
Hogan, Margaret A.
Sikes, Sara B.
Claffey, Mary T.
Barzilay, Karen N.
HARDCOVER05/15/2010$130.50
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 9: January 1790 – December 1793Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 9: January 1790 – December 1793Adams Family
Hogan, Margaret A.
Taylor, C. James
Barzilay, Karen N.
Woodward, Hobson
Claffey, Mary T.
Karachuk, Robert F.
Sikes, Sara B.
Lint, Gregg L.
HARDCOVER07/31/2009$131.00
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