1.28 – Source Notes



“The Greenville Treaty Line” by William E Peters [c. 1918], courtesy of Wikipedia
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Featured Image: “George Hammond, British Minister Plenipotentiary to the U.S. 1791-1795,” courtesy of Wikipedia


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