Biographical sketch of Brigadier-general Joseph G. Swift chief engineer of the United States army, July 31, 1812, to Nov. 12, 1818. by George W. Cullum

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  • Swift, Joseph Gardner, 1783-1865.

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StatementBy George W. Cullum.
LC ClassificationsUG128.S8 C8
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Pagination26 p.
Number of Pages26
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