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Shimizubata, village of Fukui domain
12019-11-18T17:16:29-05:00Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f3583/29, 1855: children from Shimizubata are vaccinated in Fukui to serve as vehicles for Gamōplain2021-07-25T14:38:04-04:0036.033574, 136.106405Shimizubata03/29/1854Maren EhlersMaren Ehlers18502c6775e5db37b999ee7b08c8c075867ca31d
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12019-11-18T17:16:27-05:00Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5fA Vanishing Chain of BodiesMaren Ehlers65image_header2021-10-29T16:37:08-04:001854Maren EhlersKasahara RyōsakuMaren Ehlers18502c6775e5db37b999ee7b08c8c075867ca31d