The journey and sojourn of the William Bowen family of Manskers Creek

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Anne Cato Sowell , Hendersonville, TN
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William Bowen, J. Ormsbee (Illustrator) avg rating — 4 ratings — published — 5 editions/5. The Journey and Sojourn of the William Bowen Family of Mansker's Creek, Anne Cato Sowell(Bowen-Campbell House Association; PO BoxGoodlettsville, TN ; ).

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