Birken



birchen; birch.
Historical Examples

Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe
Exile Horace Brown Fyfe

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