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Facsimile manuscript of a speech on sectionalism 1 edition

Facsimile manuscript of a speech on sectionalism
Abraham Lincoln

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Facsimile manuscript of a speech on sectionalism
by Abraham Lincoln.

Published 1934 by H. D. Sickles in [Chicago] .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Photostat (positive)
Portrait mounted on cover.
The mimeographed text accompanying the facsimile runs parallel with back of cover and includes a section from "Historical American autographs" published by the American art association, inc., New York, entitled, "Important manuscript of a speech written and delivered by Abraham Lincoln", and notes by W. W. Latham concerning the history of Logan county's first court house at Pottsville, the settlement of Logan co., Ill., and the naming of the city of Lincoln. The text of the Gettysburg address is given on leaf 2 and the facsimiles include reproduction of a printed text of the President's proclamation of September 22, 1862, and of the Emancipation proclamation.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
E457.95 1856b

The Physical Object

4 l., facsim. (8 l.), 8 l.

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