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of Dr. Catherine C. Cleveland, of Chicago, who is assembling data for a work on pioneer women of America.
We wish to call the attention of our readers to the fact that on page 125 of the September issue of this magazine, the name given as "Henry Enos" is a misprint for "Henry Eno."
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