Books The Triumph of freedom over slavery. Thirty eighth Congress of the United States of America.
- The Triumph of freedom over slavery. Thirty eighth Congress of the United States of America.
- Contributor Names
- Gibson, J. (Lithographer)
- Created / Published
- United State Government, Western Pennsylvania and New York, 1865
- Subject Headings
- - Slavery
- - Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- - African American
- - abolition
- - Garfield, James Abram (1831-1881)
- - Sumner, Charles (1811-1874)
- - Colfax, Schuyler (1823-1885)
- - Grimes, James Wilson (1816-1872)
- - Trumbell, Lyman (1813-1896)
- - Foster, Lafayette Sabine (1806-1880)
- - Wade, Benjamin Franklin (1800-1878)
- - Foot, Solomon (1802-1886)
- - Harris, Ira (1802-1875)
- - Johnson, Reverdy (1796-1876)
- - Harlan, James (1820-1899) (Lincoln's law practice)
- - Cowan, Edgar (1815-1885)
- - Morgan, Edwin Dennison (1811-1883)
- - Hale, John Parker (1806-1873)
- - Worthington, Henry Gaither (1828-1909)
- - Higby, William (1813-1887)
- - Coffroth, Andrew
- - Schenck, Robert Cumming (1809-1890)
- - Alley, John Bassett (1817-1896)
- - Fessenden, William Pitt (1806-1869)
- - Nesmith, James Willis (1820-1885)
- - Chandler, Peleg (1816-1848)
- - Ramsay, Alexander (1815-1903)
- - Howard, Jacob Merritt (1805-1871)
- - Conness, John (1833-1909)
- - Broadsides
- - United States -- New York
- - United States -- Pennsylvania
- - Facsimile lithograph. Contains Lincoln's signature.
- 45 x 60 cm.
- Call Number
- Portfolio 3, no. 1
- Stern catalog 4783
- Source Collection
- The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
- Rare Book And Special Collections Division
- Digital Id
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