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and profit historical students in all parts of the United States,
but that through its pages a stimulus can be given to the
further and more systematic study of Western archaeology
and history by those best situated for carrying on such work
-students, old and young, residing in the West.
GEO. W. KNIGHT.
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A. A. GRAHAM,
Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society.