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Buckland believes passionately in using great cultural communicators to get the message out.
Buckland had often issued the invitation to the furthermost tip of the Arctic.
Buckland Mills was, in some sort, a sequel to Brandy Station.Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman
J. H. (James Harvey) Kidd
It had been the elder Buckland's habit to try strange dishes.
The slope, crowned by Buckland's brigade, was steep and bushy.From Fort Henry to Corinth
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"I will do anything you say, Buckland," said she, clasping her arms around my neck.
"Clarence, I know Buckland is honest and true," interposed Flora.