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Lysander Spooner

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23:25, 20 December 2005 en:User:NekoDaemon (Nyaa! Categoryredirect: Category:U.S. history images → Category:United States history images)
19:40, 18 July 2005 en:User:Saswann (Since spooner died 1887, I think this was published pre-1923)
12:20, 30 April 2005 en:User:Mwanner (cat)
20:21, 14 December 2004 en:User:Magnus Manske ( Thousands of images have no copyright tags. You can help sort this out by clicking on this link!)
23:53, 1 September 2002 en:User:BkMarcus (Lysander Spooner)

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