Anne Decker Cecere

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Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 7: January 1786 – February 1787Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 7: January 1786 – February 1787Adams Family
Hogan, Margaret A.
Taylor, C. James
Walker, Celeste
Cecere, Anne Decker
Lint, Gregg L.
Woodward, Hobson
Claffey, Mary T.
HARDCOVER07/29/2005$132.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 12: October 1781 – April 1782Papers of John Adams, Volume 12: October 1781 – April 1782Adams, John
Lint, Gregg L.
Ryerson, Richard Alan
Cecere, Anne Decker
Taylor, C. James
Shea, Jennifer
Walker, Celeste
Hogan, Margaret A.
HARDCOVER06/30/2004$151.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 11: January–September 1781Papers of John Adams, Volume 11: January–September 1781Adams, John
Lint, Gregg L.
Ryerson, Richard Alan
Cecere, Anne Decker
Shea, Jennifer
Taylor, C. James
Walker, Celeste
HARDCOVER06/30/2003$151.00
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