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Ithaca and It's Resources - 1883

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Ithaca and Its Resources - by D. Morris Kurtz Published by the Journal Association Book and Job Print, 1883 This publication proves the late nineteen-century “Forest City” was more then “obscure village in the central part of New York”; that it is an industrial as well as educational center of importance, and that here is one of the most striking combinations of romantic scenery,

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