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245 04 $a The Pulaski people.
260 $a Newbern, Va. : $b Wysor and Jordan
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310 $a Weekly
362 1 $a Began in 1882; ceased in 1886? $z Cf. Cappon, L.J. Va. newspapers.
500 $a "Right politics, populace education, and true democracy."
588 $a Description based on: Vol. 13, no. 645 (Aug. 14, 1884).
651 0 $a Newbern (Va.) $v Newspapers.
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752 $a United States $b Virginia $c Pulaski $d Newbern.
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785 00 $t People (Pulaski, Va.)