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Tippecanoe and a Sword Caper, Too

NYTimes.com Sunday, 3 November 2019
A sword said to have belonged to President William Henry Harrison was stolen in 1979. Last month, the sword — or one that looks like it — was found at an auction in Connecticut.
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