Books Presidential campaign of 1864. Union Congressional Executive Committee.

Format Books
Contributors Cooley, D. N.
Dates 1864
Location Maryland
New York
New York City
United States
Washington D.C.
Language English
Subjects 1860 Election
Blaine, James Gillespie
Chicago Platform
Copperheads/Peace Democrats
Garfield, James Abram
Harlan, James () (Lincoln's Law Practice)
Lincoln, Abraham
McClellan, George Brinton
Morgan, Edwin Dennison
Pendelton, George Hunt
Union Congressional Executive Committee
Van Valkenburg, Robert Bruce
Washburn, Elihu Benjamin
Presidential campaign of 1864. Union Congressional Executive Committee.
Contributor Names
Cooley, D. N. (Author)
Created / Published
Union Congressional Executive Committee, Washington, D. C., September 2, 1864
Subject Headings
-  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
-  Copperheads/Peace Democrats
-  McClellan, George Brinton (1826-1885)
-  Garfield, James Abram (1831-1881)
-  1860 election
-  Chicago Platform
-  Pendelton, George Hunt (1825-1889)
-  Navy
-  Harlan, James (1820-1899) (Lincoln's law practice)
-  Morgan, Edwin Dennison (1811-1883)
-  Washburn, Elihu Benjamin (1816-1887)
-  Van Valkenburg, Robert Bruce (1821-1888)
-  Blaine, James Gillespie (1830-1893)
-  Union Congressional Executive Committee
-  Broadsides
-  United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
-  United States -- New York -- New York City
-  United States -- Maryland
-  Includes list of 15 documents to be distributed. No. 7 is entitled, 'What Lincoln's Administration has done.'
20 x 13 cm.
Call Number
Portfolio 16, no. 4
Source Collection
The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
Rare Book And Special Collections Division
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