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Welcome to
Knox County, Ohio
History & Genealogy


 

* Source:
1803
History of Knox County, Ohio
It's Past and Present,
containing
A Condensed, Comprehensive History of Ohio, Including an Outline History of the North-
west; A complete History of Knox County; It's Townships, City, Towns, Villages,
Schools, Churches, Societies, Industries, Statistics, etc.; A Record of Its
Soldiers in the Late War; Portraits of its early settlers and
Prominent men;  Views of Its Finest Buildings;
Miscellaneous Matter; Map of the
County; Biographies and Histories
of Pioneer Families, etc.
Compiled by N. N. Hill, Jr.
- Illustrated -
Mt. Vernon, Ohio:
A. A. Graham & Co., Publishers
1881

CONTENTS:
 
    Page

CHAPTER I. -

10
   - Introductory
 - Topography
 - Geology
 - Primitive Races
 - Antiquities
 - Indian Tribes
 

CHAPTER II. -

19
   - Early Explorations in the West  

CHAPTER III. -

37
   - English Explorations
 - Traders
 - French and Indian War in the West
 - English Possession
 

CHAPTER IV. -

48
   - Pontiac's Conspiracy
 - Its Failure
 - Bouquet's Expedition
 - Occupation by the English
 

CHAPTER V. -

52
   - American Explorations
 - Dunmore's War
 - Campaign of George Rogers Clark
 - land Troubles
 - Spain in the Revolution
 - Murder of the Moravian Indians.
 

CHAPTER VI. -

60
   - American Occupation
 - Indian Claims
 - Surveys
 - Early Land Companies
 - Compact of 1787
 - Organization of the Territory
 - Early American Settlements in the Ohio Valley
 - First Territorial Officers
 - Organization of Counties.
 

CHAPTER VII. -

73
   - The Indian War of 1790
 - Harmar's Campaign
 - St. Clair's Campaign
 - Wayne's Campaign
 - Close of the War.
 

CHAPTER VIII. -

79
   - Jay's Treaty
 - The Question of State Rights and National Supremacy
 - Extension of Ohio Settlements
 - Land Claims
 - Spanish Boundary Question
 

CHAPTER IX. -

85
   - First Territorial Representative in Congress
 - Division of the Territory
 - Formation of States
 - Marietta Settlement
 - Other Settlements
 - Settlements in the Western Reserve
 - Settlement of the Central Valleys
 - Further Settlements in the Reserve and Elsewhere
 

CHAPTER X. -

121
   - Formation of the State Government
 - Ohio a State
 - The State Capitals
 - Legislation
 - The "Sweeping Resolutions"
 - Territorial and State Governors
 
CHAPTER XI. - 127
   - The War of 1812
 - Growth of the State
 - Canal, Railroads and other Improvements
 - Development of State Resources
 
CHAPTER XII. - 132
   - Mexican War
 - Continued Growth of the State
 - War of the Rebellion
 - Ohio part in the Conflict
 
CHAPTER XIII. - 138
   - Ohio in the Centennial
 - Address of Edward D. Mansfield, LL. D., Philadelphia, August 9, 1876
 
CHAPTER XIV. - 148
   - Education
 - Early School Laws
 - Notes
 - Institutes and Educational Journals
 - School System
 - School Funds
 - Colleges and Universities
 
CHAPTER XV. - 151
   - Agriculture
 - Area of the State
 - Early Agriculture in the West
 - Markets
 - Live Stock
 - Nurseries, Fruits, etc.
 - Cereals
 - Root and Cucurbitaceous Crops
 - Agricultural Implements
 - Agricultural Societies
 - Pomological and Horticultural Societies
 

CHAPTER XVI. -

163
   - Climatology
 - Outline
 - Variation in Ohio
 - Estimate in Degrees
 - Amount
 - Variability
 

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HISTORY OF KNOX COUNTY.

CHAPTER XVII. - TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY

 
 

 - Location and Topography
 - Pre-glacial Channels
 - Oil Wells
 - Timber
 - Coal Measure Rocks
 - Geological Structure
 - Waverly Conglomerate
 - Stone Quarries
 - Petroleum and Gas
 - Depth of Oil Wells
 - Neff Petroleum Company

 

CHAPTER XVIII. - ARCHAEOLOGY -

171
   - Mounds in the County
 - Professor Roberts' Address
 - Tracing the Mound Builders
 - Mounds of Europe and America Compared
 - Theories Regarding their Origin
 - Man in a Savage State
 - The Huns
 - Character of their Earthworks and their Probable Use
 - Different Classes of Mounds
 - Their Antiquity
 - Implements used by the Mound Builders and Indians
 - Copper Mining
 - 'Stone Relics
 

CHAPTER XIX. - INDIANS

178
   - The Tribes Occupying this County
 - Treaty of Fort McIntosh
 - History of the Delaware Nation
 - Bockinghelas
 - Killbuck
 - Captain Pipe
 - Skin Currency
 - Delaware Camps in Knox County
 - Custaloga
 - The Murder of the Squaw
 - Block-Houses
 - Greentown Indians and their Removal
 - James Copus
 - Burning of the Indian Village
 - Captain Armstrong
 - The Killing of an Indian by Morrison and McCulloch
 - The Jones Tragedy
 - The Killing of Ruffner and the Zimmers
 - Murder of James Copus
 - Removal of the Delawares from the County
 

CHAPTER XX. - THE FIRST WHITE MEN -

188
   - Captivity of James Smith
 - Christian Fast, Sr.
 - John Leeth and his Adventures
 - John Stilley
 - The Moravians
 - Captain Samuel Brady and his Scouts
 - The Prisoners Delivered to General Boquet
 - Simon Girty and other Renegades
 

CHAPTER XXI. - SETTLEMENT AND GENERAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTY -

199
   - Area
 - Primitive Condition
 - Settlement on the Licking
 - Andy Craig
 - Character of the Pioneers
 - Military Lands
 - Nathaniel M. Young
 - First Settles and Settlements
 - The Quakers
 - First Roads
 - Transportation
 - The Produce of the County
 - Mills
 - The Act Creating Knox County
 - First Elections
 - Davison into Four Townships
 - Commissioners' Record
 - Seeley Simpkins' Race
 

CHAPTER XXII. - PIONEER TIMES -

209
   - Where the Pioneers Came From
 - Their Condition and Character
 - What They Lived On
 - Truck Patch
 - Hominy Blocks
 - Mills
 - Cooking
 - Cultivation of Domestic Animals
 - Wild Turkeys
 - Whiskey
 - Superstitions
 - Dress
 - The Flax Wheel and Loom
 - Kicking Frolics
 - Dyeing
 - Fourth of July and Militia Musters
 - Cabins and Their Construction
 - Furniture
 - Hoosier Poem
 - Early Land Laws
 - Tomahawk Rights
 - Hunting
 - Weddings
 - Dancing and House Warmings
 - Schools and Teachers
 - Spelling Schools, etc., etc.
 

CHAPTER XXIII. - JOHN CHAPMAN

222
     

CHAPTER XXIV. - RAILROADS, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS COMPANIES -

____
   - Sandusky
 - Mannsfield & Newark Railroad
 - First Trains
 - Agents
 - Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Delaware Road
 - First Through Train
 - The Ohio Central
 - Telegraph
 - Express Companies
 

CHAPTER XXV. - KNOX COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. -

230
   - Formation of the Society
 - General Progress
 - Reports of the Fairs from the First to the Present Time
 

CHAPTER XXVI. - BENCH AND BAR -

239
   - First Court in the County
 - The Whipping Post
 - First Prosecuting Attorney
 - Proceedings of the Court
 - First Practicing Lawyers
 - A Brief Notice of Each of the Members of the Mt. Vernon Bar
 

CHAPTER XXVII. - PUBLIC BUILDINGS OF THE COUNTY -

248
   - Four Court Houses
 - Three Jails
 - Two Infirmary Buildings
 - Matters of Interest Connected with these Buildings
 

CHAPTER XXVIII. - A CHAPTER OF STATISTICS. -

252
     

CHAPTER XXIX. - WAR OF 1812 -

256
   - Condition of Knox County
 - Samuel Kratzer
 - Joseph Walker
 - Muster Roll of Walker's Company
 - John H. Medford
 - R. M. Brown
 - March of Captain Walker's Company
 - Captain John Greer
 - The Scalping of Three Persons on Owl Creek
 - Condition of the Northern Frontier of Knox
 - Disposition of Troops
 - Erection of Block Houses
 - Sketch of General Beall's Life
 - Organization of His Army
 - Scarcity of Supplies
 - Beall's March
 - Camp Council
 - Mutiny among the Troops
 - General Harrison Arrives
 - His Speech
 - General Beall's Difficulty with General Wadsworth
 - Arrested, Court-marshalled and Acquitted
 - His Brigade Disbanded
 - The Expedition of General Crooks and Colonel Anderson
 

CHAPTER XXX. - KNOX COUNTY IN THE MEXICAN WAR -

264
   - The Texas War
 - Colrick's Company
 - Beginning of the War with Mexico
 - Organization of Ohio Regiments
 - Organization of a Company at Mt. Vernon
 - The Operations of the Troops in Mexico
 - General Morgan's Address
 - Muster Rolls
 

CHAPTER XXXI. - WAR OF THE REBELLION. -

279
   - Preparations for the Conflict
 - Number of Soldiers from Knox County
 - War Meeting and Resolutions
 - Committees Appointed
 - Home Guards
 - Sketch of the Life of C. P. Buckingham
 - Bounty Money for the Volunteers of 1862
 - Address of the Military Committee
 - Methods of Securing Volunteers
 - Drafting
 - War Fund
 - Knox County Militia
 - Ladies' Aid Societies
 - Ladies' Union League
 - The Monument
 

CHAPTER XXXII. - WAR OF THE REBELLION CONTINUED - FINISHED 8/17/2017

287
   - Companies A and B, Fourth Ohio
 - Excitement of Mt. Vernon
 - First Volunteers in Knox County
 - How Lorin Andrews Became Colonel
 - Organization of Companies A and B
 - Departure of Troops
 - Composition of the Fourth Ohio
 - Lorin Andrews
 - H. B. Banning
 - Organization of the Fourth Ohio
 - Three Months' Service
 - Three Years' Service
 - Muster Rolls of Companies A and B
 - A sketch of the Operations of the Regiment to the Date of Muster-Out
 - Return of Regiment
 - Inscriptions of its Flag
 - Roster of the Officers and Muster Roll of the Companies
 

CHAPTER XXXIII. - WAR OF THE REBELLION CONTINUED - FINISHED 8/18/2017

296
   - Companies A, E, and G, Twentieth Ohio Regiment
 - Organization of Three Companies of Knox County
 - Roster of the Officers and Muster Rolls of the Companies
 - Expedition to Warsaw, Kentucky
 - Operations of the Regiment during the War, Muster-Out and Return
 - Inscriptions on its Banners
 - Medals Awarded
 

CHAPTER XXXIV. - WAR OF THE REBELLION CONTINUED -

395
   - Company A, Thirtieth Regiment
 - Company C, Thirty-second Regiment
 - Company K, and Fractions of Other Companies, Forty-third Regiment
 - Companies A and F, Sixty-fifth Regiment
 

CHAPTER XXXV. - WAR OF THE REBELLION - CONTINUED

319
   - Companies A and B, Ninety-sixth Regiment
 - Organization
 - Field Officers
 - Muster Rolls
 - Outline History of the Regiment while in Service
 - Colonel J. W. Vance
 - Muster Out
 

CHAPTER XXXVI. - WAR OF THE REBELLION CONTINUED. -

326
   - Organization of Company F, One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Regiment
 - Muster Roll
 - Operations of the Regiment in the Field
 - Second Ohio Heavy Artillery
 - Eighteenth United States Regulars
 - Captain Coe's Sharpshooters
 - List of Regiments in which Knox County was Represented
 - One Hundred and Forty-second Ohio National Guard
 - Muster Rolls
 - "Squirrel Hunters"
 - Close of the War
 

CHAPTER XXXVIII. - MT. VERNON

348
   - The Proprietors
 - Name
 - First House
 - First Tavern
 - The Butlers
 - Town Plat
 - Tornado
 - The First Doctor
 - Commissioners for Selecting the County Seat
 - Their Report
 - The Struggle for the County Seat
 - Ben. Butler's "Trick"
 - The Riot
 - An Indenture of Apprenticeship
 - The Hatters
 - James Craig
 - Joseph Walker
 - Fighting and Other Amusements
 - Endeavors to change the County Seat
 - What the Living Pioneers Say
 

CHAPTER XXXIX. - MT. VERNON CONTINUED -

358
   - Extracts from the Ohio Register and Norton's History Concerning the Early Days of Mt. Vernon, 1814 to 1830
 - Growth of the City
 - Its Boundaries
 - Population
 - A Picture of Mt. Vernon in 1830
 

CHAPTER XL. - MT. VERNON - CONTINUED -

370
   - The Polemic Society
 - Mt. Vernon Literary Society
 - Mt. Vernon Lyceum
 - Dramatic Association
 - Mechanics' Society
 - The Franklin
 - Knox County Historical Society
 - Later Literary and Other Associations
 - Masons
 - Odd Fellows
 - Knights of Pythias
 - Knights of Honor
 - Royal Aranum
 - Knights of the Red Cross
 - Pennsylvanians in Knox County
 

CHAPTER XLII. - MT. VERNON - CONTINUED -

394
   - The Business of the City
 - The Owl Creek Bank
 - The Knox County Bank
 - First National and Savings Banks
 - The Knox County Mutual Insurance Company
 - The Eagle Mutual
 - The Mutual Aid Association
 - The Business Men of 1850
 - The Manufacturing Business of the City
 - List of Aged Men
 

CHAPTER XLIII. - MT. VERNON - CONCLUDED -

404
   - The City Churches
 - The Presbyterian
 - Methodist Episcopal
 - Methodist Protestant
 - First Baptist
 - St. Paul Episcopal
 - St. Vincent DePaul
 - Congregational
 - Disciple
 - Lutheran
 - United Presbyterian
 - African Methodist
 

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HISTORY OF THE TOWNSHIPS
 

CHAPTER XLIV. - BERLIN TOWNSHIP -

421
   - Name and Organization
 - First Election
 - Topography
 - Primitive Condition
 - Mound Builders
 - Indians
 - First Settlers and Settlements
 - The Markleys
 - A. H. Royce
 - The Leedys
 - Richard Roberts
 - "Celestial Light"
 - The Old Harter Tavern
 - Shaler's Mill
 - Other Mills
 - Palmyra
 - Anknytown
 - School-Houses and Teachers
 - Churches
 - Population
 - Justice of the Peace
 

CHAPTER XLV. - BROWN TOWNSHIP -

426
   - List of Justices of the Peace
 - Topography
 - Hunting Grounds
 - Pigeon Roost
 - Bear Story
 - First Settlers and Settlements
 - Mills
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Jelloway
 - Insurance
 

CHAPTER XLVI. - BUTLER TOWNSHIP -

430
   - Organization
 - Topography
 - Indians
 - First Settlers
 - Mills
 - Schools
 - Church
 

CHAPTER XLVII. - CLAY TOWNSHIP

437
   - Organization
 - First Settlers
 - Indians
 - Township Records
 - Mounds
 - Martinsburgh Schools
 - Martinsburgh Academy
 - Churches
 - Rev. Henry Hervey
 - Fires
 

CHAPTER XLVIII. - CLINTON TOWNSHIP -

442
   - Original Divisions of the County
 - Later Modifications
 - Mounds
 - Andrew Craig
 - A Tragedy
 - Butler's Visit
 - Henry Haine's Insanity
 - John Mills
 
- Other Early Settlers
 - The Pioneer Mill
 - Other Mills
 - Roads
 - An Indian Tragedy
 - Township Officers
 - Justices of the Peace
 

CHAPTER XLIX. - COLLEGE TOWNSHIP -

446
   - Topography
 - Distillery
 - Organization
 - Election
 - Roads
 - The Condition of 1829
 - The Mill-Race
 - The Village and Its Business
 - Justices of the Peace
 - The Press of Gambier
 - The Dwarfs
 - Churches
 

CHAPTER L. - KENYON COLLEGE -

454
   - Its Locatoin
 - Tour of Inspection
 - The North Section
 - The South Section
 - College Hill
 - First View from the Top
 - "Well, this will do do~"
 - The Purchase of Eight Thousand Acres
 - The Site of Old Kenyon
 - Obtaining Subscriptions
 - Report of the Bishop
 - The Ladies' Society
 - Minor Professorship
 - Description of the Ground
 - Laying the Corner-Stone
 - An Incident in the Building of the College
 - History of the College by President Bodine
 - The Blake School
 

CHAPTER LI. - HARRISON TOWNSHIP -

470
   - Name
 - Topography
 - Indians
 - First Settlers and Settlements
 - Sketches of the Pioneers
 - Burlington Storm
 - Roads
 - Mills
 - Post Offices
 - Schools
 - Churches
 

CHAPTER LII. - HOWARD TOWNSHIP -

474
   - Location
 - First Officers
 - Topography
 - Indians
 - Early Settlers and Settlements
 - Hunting
 - Sketches of the Pioneers
 - Distilleries
 - Mills
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Kinderhook
 

CHAPTER LIII. - HILLIAR TOWNSHIP -

479
   - Location
 - Erection
 - Name
 - Topography
 - Settlement
 - Pioneer Anecdotes
 - James Houck
 - Dr. Hilliar
 - Early 'Farming
 - First Election
 - Township Officers
 - Mills
 - Churches
 - Schools
 - Roads
 - Villages
 - Newspapers
 - Postmasters
 - Statistics
 

CHAPTER LIV. - JACKSON TOWNSHIP -

487
   - Topography
 - Organization
 - Streams - Timber
 - Early Settlers
 - Mills
 - Distilleries
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Villages
 

CHAPTER LV. - JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP -

493
   - Organization
 - Election
 - Justices of the Peace
 - Topography
 - Relics
 - First Settlers
 - Grand Hunt
 - Mills
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Greersville
 

CHAPTER LVI. - LIBERTY TOWNSHIP -

497
   - Location
 - Erection
 - Topography
 - Mounds
 - Settlement
 - Roads
 - Mills
 - Election
 - Officers
 - Villages
 - Stores
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Cemeteries
 - Orders
 - Statistics
 

CHAPTER LVII. - MIDDLEBURY TOWNSHIP -

504
   - Formation
 - Boundaries
 - Topography
 - First Settlers
 - "Friends"
 - Daniel Levering
 
- Truman Strong
 - Batemans
 - Sarah Stellwell
 - Later Settlers of Prominence
 - Roads
 - Mills
 - Elections
 - Justices
 - Present Officers
 - Waterford
 - "Leverings" Post Office
 - "Friends" Meeting House
 - Other Churches
 - Odd Fellows
 - Schools
 - Noted Men
 - Population
 - Production
 

CHAPTER LVIII. - MILFORD TOWNSHIP -

512
  - Topography
 - Timber
 - Wild Animals
 - Organization
 - Name
 - First Settlers and Settlements
 - The Whereabouts of the Pioneers
 - The Great Wolf Hunt
 - First Roads
 - Prominent Citizens
 - The Giant
 - The Band
 - The First Volunteer Company
 - The Railroad Swindle
 - The Soldier's Monument Fund
 - Political
 - Five Corners
 - Lock
 - Schools
 - Churches
 

CHAPTER LIX. - MILLER TOWNSHIP -

521
   - Topography
 - Animals
 - Organization
 - Name
 - First Settlements and Settlers
 - Population
 - Pioneer Matters
 - Roads
 - Brandon
 - Post Office
 - Storm
 - Churches
 - Schools
 - Military Matters
 - Justices of the Peace
 

CHAPTER LX. - MONROE TOWNSHIP -

530
   - Erection
 - Topography
 - Timber
 - Early Settlers
 - Later Residents of Prominence
 - Roads
 - Mills
 - Churches
 - Elections
 - List of Justices
 - Township Officers
 - Area
 - Population
 - Production
 - Valuation
 

CHAPTER LXI. - MORGAN TOWNSHIP -

534
   - Locaton
 - Name
 - Topography
 - Ancient Works
 - Agriculture
 - First Settlers and Settlements
 - Sketches of the Pioneers
 - Schools
 - Churches
 

CHAPTER LXII. - MORRIS TOWNSHIP -

338
   - Situation
 - William Douglass
 - Douglass' Mill
 - Samuel H. Smith
 - Clinton Laid Out
 - The Ohio Register
 - James Loveridge
 - Colonel Alexander Enos
 - Other Early Settlers
 - Roads
 - Stores
 - Distilleries
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Mills
 - Tanneries
 - Clinton
 - Elections
 - Justices
 

CHAPTER LXIII. - PLEASANT TOWNSHIP -

545
   - Situation
 - Boundaries
 - Topography
 - Pioneers
 - Mills
 - Breweries
 - Roads
 - Churches
 - First Things
 - Organization
 - Present Officers
 - Mt. Vernon Nursery
 - Population and Production
 - Justices of the Peace
 

CHAPTR LXIV - UNION TOWNSHIP -

550
   - Boundaries
 - Topography
 - First Settlers
 - First Election
 - First Birth
 - Sketches of the First Settlers
 - Mills
 - Roads
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Danville
 - Millwood
 - Gann Station
 - Rossville
 - Buckeye City
 - Cavallo
 

CHAPTER LXV. - WAYNE TOWNSHIP -

556
   - Organization and Dimensions
 - Topography
 - Mound Builders and Their Works
 - The Indians
 - Killing of the Indian Horse Thieves by Hughes and Ratliff
 - Remains of Indians thus Killed
 - First Settlers
 - Nathaniel Mitchell Young
 - The "Jersey Settlement"
 - Trapping Wolves
 - The Quakers
 - October Election of 1808
 - Roads
 - Mills
 - Lucerne
 - The Lewis Block-House
 - Green Valley
 - Churches
 - Justices of the Peace
 
 

CHAPTER LXVI - FREDERICKTOWN -

563
   - Location
 - Lucas Sullivant
 - Laying out the Town
 - First Cabin and First Brick House
 - The Quakers
 - Names of the Earliest Settlers
 - The Ayres
 - Appearance of the Town in 1812
 - Garrison and his Store
 - Nicholas McCarty
 - The Business and Whereabouts of a few of the Settlers
 - Captain Williams
 - First Fourth of July Celebration
 - The Block Houses and Incidents Connected with Them
 - "Uncle Abner" and his "Tavern"
 - Hotels of Fredericktown
 - The Mills around the Town
 - Produce Dealers
 - Banks
 - Newspapers
 - Mayors
 - A Summary of the Business
 - Schools
 - Churches
 

CHAPTER LXVII. - TERRITORY DETACHED FROM KNOX COUNTY -

572
   - Madison, Greene, Chester, Bloomfield, and Franklin Township  

CHAPTER LXVIII. - PIKE TOWNSHIP

575
  - Erection
 - Boundaries
 - Topography
 - First Settlers
 - Election
 - Present Officers
 - Justices
 - Mills
 - Schools
 - Churches
 - Amity
 - Odd Fellows
 - Knights of Honor
 - North Liberty
 - Statistics
 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES

583

ADDENDA

846
   - Election, Mt. Vernon, 1880
 - The Dunkard Church, Berlin Township
 - - Includes names: 
 - - - Ackerman, L. B.
 - - - Adams, John
 - - - Banning, Anthony
 - - - Banning, General Henry B.
 - - - Blake, William
 - - - Bostwick, Nathan
 - - - Condon, David W.
 - - - Donahey, P. N.
 - - - Hollibaugh, John F.
 - - - Horn, Abraham
 - - - Horn, Martin C.
 - - - Hyatt, R.
 - - - Johnston, Samuel K.
 - - - Knight, John
 - - - Walter, George A.
 - - - Alverson, Thomas
 - - - Fidler, Thomas
 - - - Lewis, John and Hannah
 - - - Philo, George J.
 - - - Rinehart, George
 - - - Neff Petroleum Company
 - NOTES OF WORK BY STUDENTS OF PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY IN THE LABORATORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
 


INDEX OF ALL NAMES INCLUDED IN THIS VOLUME.
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