2 edition of A List of the prizes and fortunate numbers, in the fifth class of South Hadley Canal Lottery found in the catalog.
A List of the prizes and fortunate numbers, in the fifth class of South Hadley Canal Lottery
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All these, of course, were public lotteries, and were managed by the first men in the community. In relation to private lotteries. South Hadley Canal Lottery. A list of the prizes and fortunate numbers in the third class of South Hadley Canal Lottery.
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The South Hadley (Massachusetts) Canal opened in to bypass waterfalls on the Connecticut River and it was one of the earliest canals in the United States.
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