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Book/Printed Material Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations?

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Title

  • Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations?

Created / Published

  • Southern Almanac, Speech delivered 1/31/1861

Headings

  • -  Slavery
  • -  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
  • -  Davis, Jefferson (1808-1889)
  • -  secession
  • -  Emancipation
  • -  Fugitive Slave Law
  • -  Stephens, Alexander Hamilton (1812 -1883)
  • -  Buchanan, James (1791-1868)
  • -  Fort Moultrie
  • -  Fort Pulaski
  • -  Fort Morgan
  • -  Fort Jackson
  • -  Fort Barrancas
  • -  Fort McRae
  • -  Fort Pickens
  • -  Broadsides
  • -  United States -- Georgia
  • -  United States -- Texas
  • -  Mexico
  • -  United States -- Louisiana -- East Baton Rouge Parish -- Baton Rouge
  • -  United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
  • -  United States -- Alabama -- Mount Vernon
  • -  United States -- South Carolina -- Morris Island
  • -  United States -- Louisiana -- Orleans Parish -- New Orleans
  • -  United States -- Arkansas -- Pulaski -- Little Rock

Genre

  • Broadsides

Notes

  • -  Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens (now Vice-President of the Confederate States), delivered in the Secession Convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of January, 1861.
  • -  Who commenced the war?… catalogue of "remarkable events," published in the Southern Almanac.

Medium

  • 29.7 x 23.4 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Broadside Portfolio 1, no. 8
  • Stern catalog 4710

Source Collection

  • The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana

Repository

  • Rare Book And Special Collections Division

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Online Format

  • online text
  • image
  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations?. Southern Almanac, Speech delivered 1/31, 1861. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm000224/.

APA citation style:

(1861) Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations?. Southern Almanac, Speech delivered 1/31. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm000224/.

MLA citation style:

Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations?. Southern Almanac, Speech delivered 1/31, 1861. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/scsm000224/>.