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1821 [2012/02/27 11:53]
jgregory [Kentucky]
1821 [2014/09/29 13:36]
jgregory [U.S. & World]
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   * The first tuition-free public high [[schools|school]] in the United States opens in Boston, Massachusetts.   * The first tuition-free public high [[schools|school]] in the United States opens in Boston, Massachusetts.
  
 +===== More Information =====
 +  * Boone County [[http://​bcplfusion.bcpl.org/​Repository/​1821_comb.pdf|Tax Lists]], 1821.
  
  
  
1821.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/02 14:33 by bstriker