|1883.txt||Barber County Pensioners on the Rolls, January 1, 1883||5k||11/1997||Lea Wiggins|
|honor.txt||World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Personnel, Barber County List.||3k||10/1998||Teresa Lindquist|
|hughes.txt||1884 Letter from Mary HUGHES to Harriett STRAYER||--||07/20/1997||Michelle Wiggins|
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