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By David E. Martin

Ogdensburg recounts the heritage of the one American urban alongside the St. Lawrence River and the one urban in St. Lawrence County. It depicts a bustling and wealthy group that during the 1st 1/2 the 20th century used to be an immense port of access through send and rail, with an impression that prolonged westward a long way past the good Lakes quarter. It highlights the immigrants who entered the rustic right here and helped construct the nation.

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