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The “Other” Dixwells: Commerce and Conscience in an American Family

Thomas N. Layton, Society for Historical Archaeology, Germantown, MD, 2021. 483 pp., 70 figs. $22.00 paper

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Sappington, E.E. The “Other” Dixwells: Commerce and Conscience in an American Family. Hist Arch (2024).

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