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B #76 O.S.E.D.C. Vol. 2. 1870. Patuxent, Anne Arundel Co. Md. March 24th 1870. Butler, John H. Agent. States that the school at this place is thinly attended owing to sickness of many of the pupils: that the people voted at a meeting to build a school house if the Bureau will aid them: that the place has been sold where the school is now held. Rec'd. O.S.E.D.C. 3. 25. 70.
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