Sylvester Weaver (executive) - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • Currey, Josiah Seymour. Chicago: Its History and Its Builders, a Century of Marvelous Growth, Volume 5 Chicago. Publisher: Clarke Publishing Company, 1912.
  • Cutter, William Richard. New England families, genealogical and memorial: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of commonwealths and the founding of a nation, Volume 3 Publisher: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1913.
  • Reed, William Field. The descendants of Thomas Durfee of Portsmouth, R.I. Publisher: Washington, D.C., Gibson Bros., Printers. 1900

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