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'''Anthony St. John Baker''' (dates) [bio snippet]
  
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Baker, Anthony St. John. ''Mémoires D’un Voyageur Qui Se Repo''. London, 1850. [https://www.zotero.org/groups/54737/items#items/itemKey/7RA9HDJA/q/baker?&_suid=134134188163906811346287724124 view on Zotero]
  
 
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Image:0086.jpg|Latrobe, Green Spring. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD.
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Image:0112.jpg|Latrobe, Green Spring. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD.
Image:1920.jpg|Latrobe, Venus Flycatcher. The Virginia State Library, Richmond, VA.
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Image:1112.jpg|Latrobe, Venus Flycatcher. The Virginia State Library, Richmond, VA.
 
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Revision as of 21:04, July 30, 2012

Anthony St. John Baker (dates) [bio snippet]


Associated Sites

Associated Terms

Ha-Ha/Sunk fence, Plantation


Associated Texts

Baker, Anthony St. John. Mémoires D’un Voyageur Qui Se Repo. London, 1850. view on Zotero

Associated Images

not dated

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