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Periodical The Rail Splitter, [Newspaper]. August 25, 1860 and October 4th, 1860.

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Title

  • The Rail Splitter, [Newspaper]. August 25, 1860 and October 4th, 1860.

Names

  • Lieb, C. (Editor)

Created / Published

  • The Rail Splitter, Chicago, Illinois, June 23 and October 27, 1860

Headings

  • -  Slavery
  • -  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
  • -  African American
  • -  political campaign
  • -  Rail Splitter
  • -  Hamlin, Hannibal (1809-1891)
  • -  Douglas, Stephen Arnold (1813-1861)
  • -  Seward, William Henry (1801-1872)
  • -  1860 election
  • -  Ward, Artemus Jr. (Charles Farrar Browne) (1834-1867)
  • -  Yates, Richard (1818-1873)
  • -  Dubois, Jesse K
  • -  Hatch, Ozias Mather (1814-1893)
  • -  Butler, William (1797-1876) (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  Bateman, Newton (b. 1822)
  • -  Lovejoy, Owen (1811-1864)
  • -  Johnson, Herschel Vespasian (1812-1880)
  • -  Lieb, Charles (1852-1928)
  • -  Covode, John (1808-1871)
  • -  Grimes, James Wilson (1816-1872)
  • -  Trumbell, Lyman (1813-1896)
  • -  Periodicals
  • -  Portraits
  • -  Sheet Music
  • -  Newspaper
  • -  Advertisements
  • -  United States -- Minnesota
  • -  United States -- Oregon
  • -  Italy
  • -  United States -- Missouri
  • -  United States -- Illinois -- Cook -- Chicago
  • -  United States -- Pennsylvania -- Mauch Chunk
  • -  United States -- Iowa -- Lyons
  • -  United States -- Wisconsin -- Green -- Oakley

Genre

  • Periodicals
  • Portraits
  • Sheet Music
  • Newspaper
  • Advertisements

Notes

  • -  No. 2 is a photocopy (positive).
  • -  Edited by C. Leib.
  • -  No more published.

Medium

  • 58.9 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Broadside Portfolio 1, no. 3
  • Stern catalog 5125
  • E440.R282 folio

Source Collection

  • The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana

Repository

  • Rare Book And Special Collections Division

Digital Id

Online Format

  • online text
  • image
  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Lieb, C. The Rail Splitter, Newspaper.and October 4th, 1860. The Rail Splitter, Chicago, Illinois, June 23 and, 1860. Periodical. https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm000236/.

APA citation style:

Lieb, C. (1860) The Rail Splitter, Newspaper.and October 4th, 1860. The Rail Splitter, Chicago, Illinois, June 23 and. [Periodical] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm000236/.

MLA citation style:

Lieb, C. The Rail Splitter, Newspaper.and October 4th, 1860. The Rail Splitter, Chicago, Illinois, June 23 and, 1860. Periodical. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/scsm000236/>.