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An edition of The rail splitter (1860)

The rail splitter

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This edition was published in by [Dory, Spring & Co.] in Cincinnati [Ohio].

Written in English

13 pages

Campaign newspaper for Abraham Lincoln in the presidential campaign of 1860.

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The rail splitter
1860, [Dory, Spring & Co.]
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The rail splitter

This edition was published in by [Dory, Spring & Co.] in Cincinnati [Ohio].


Edition Description

Campaign newspaper for Abraham Lincoln in the presidential campaign of 1860.

Edition Notes

Shares same title with a Chicago newspaper also issued in 1860; the Chicago newspaper has a different nameplate and was issued independently.

Publisher's name recorded in v. 1, no. 7 (Sept. 12, 1860).

Editors: J.B. McKeehan, J.H. Jordan.

Text in five columns.

Lincoln lore, no. 1445 (July 1958)

Lincoln collection has entire run: Vol. 1, no. 1-13 (Aug. 1-Oct. 27, 1860).

Folders.

Includes publisher's advertisements in each issue.

Other Titles
Railsplitter

Classifications

Library of Congress
E440 .R283

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Pagination
13 no. :
Number of pages
13

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25492570M
Internet Archive
railsplitterv1n3mcke
LC Control Number
56049861
OCLC/WorldCat
4985993

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