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    David Lewis autobiography, 1854
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    David Lewis autobiography
    Account of his early life in Kentucky, experiences in Missouri, including a description of the Haun's Mill Massacre and other encounters with mobs, and his subsequent experiences in Illinois and as a missionary in Tennessee. Also includes autobiographical sketches of Preston King Lewis and Siney Lewis, and other biographical information on Siney Lewis, including newspaper clippings and a reminiscence written by Mary Lewis Hatch.
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