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Gonson (Wilhelmo)
Johnson, Sir William
Johnson, Sir William (bart)
Johnson, W.
Johnson (William)
Johnson, William Bart (Sir)
Johnson, William (Sir)
Johnson, William (Sir, bart)
Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet (Anglo-Irish official of the British Empire)
William Johnson
William Johnson (generale e politico britannico)
William Johnson (irisch-britischer Händler, Politiker und General in den britischen Kolonien in Nordamerika)
William Johnson (politicus uit Ierland (1715-1774))
Джонсон, Уильям
윌리엄 존슨
ウィリアム・ジョンソン (イギリス帝国)
Dates: 
1715-1774
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Flick, Alexander Clarence
Greenhalgh, Wentworth
Hamilton, Milton Wheaton
Knox, John (d. 1778)
Lauber, Almon W.
O'Callaghan, E. B. (1797-1880)
O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey (1797-1880)
Rogers, Robert (1731-1795)
State university of New York, Division of archives and history
Sullivan, James
Titles: 
account of conferences held, An
Condition of the Indian trade in North America, 1767
Know, John, m. 1778. An historical journal of the campaigns in North America...
[Letter dated] Camp at Lake George, Sept. 9, 1755.
Papers of Sir William Johnson, The
Papers relating principally to the conversion and civilization of the Six nations of Indians, interspersed with letters on other subjects of public interest. 1642-1776.
Papers relating to the Iroquois and other Indian tribes.
Proceedings and treaty with the Shawanese, Nanticokes, and Mohikander Indians, living at Otsiningo, on one of the west branches of the Susquehanna river ...
Relação de huma batalha, succedida no campo de lake Giorge na America Septemtrional, entre as tropas inglezas commandadas pelo coronel Guilhelmo, e as francezas das quaes era commandante o general baraõ Dieskau, aos 30. de junho do prezente anno de 1757[!]
S[i]r: This is minuts of the fort at Crown Point and of the redouts built round it; which I took on the mountain to the west of Crown Point abt. a miles distance.
White savage : William Johnson and the invention of America
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