Books Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, [Newspaper].
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- Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, [Newspaper].
- Created / Published
- Boston, Massachusetts, 1862
- Subject Headings
- - Women
- - Slavery
- - Irish American
- - Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- - African American
- - McClellan, George Brinton (1826-1885)
- - Butler, Benjamin (1818-1893)
- - abolition
- - Johnson, Andrew (1808-1875)
- - secession
- - Emancipation Proclamation
- - Chase, Salmon Portland (1808-1873)
- - Sumner, Charles (1811-1874)
- - international relations
- - Fremont, John Charles (1813-1890)
- - Fort Pulaski
- - Seward, William Henry (1801-1872)
- - Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848)
- - proclamation
- - free press/speech
- - Banks, General Nathaniel Prentice (1816-1894)
- - Bonaparte, Napolean (1769-1821)
- - Battle of Antietam
- - Zollicoffer, Felix Kirk, (1812-1862)
- - Battle of Somerset
- - Fort Henry
- - Fort Donelson
- - Davis, David (1818-1886)
- - newspaper
- - Broadsides
- - United States -- Virginia -- Richmond
- - United States -- South Carolina -- Charleston
- - New Zealand
- - United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
- - Great Britain
- - United States -- Louisiana -- Orleans Parish -- New Orleans
- - United States -- Kansas -- Somerset
- - United States -- Tennessee -- Davidson -- Nashville
- 68.7 x 27 cm.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- Portfolio 3, no. 25
- Stern catalog 4718
- Source Collection
- The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
- Rare Book And Special Collections Division
- Digital Id
- Online Format
Adams, John Quincy
Banks, General Nathaniel Prentice
Battle of Antietam
Battle of Somerset
Chase, Salmon Portland
Fremont, John Charles
McClellan, George Brinton
Seward, William Henry
Zollicoffer, Felix Kirk
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[Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, Newspaper]. Boston, Massachusetts, 1862. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm000291/. (Accessed September 27, 2016.)
APA citation style:
(1862) [Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, Newspaper]. Boston, Massachusetts. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm000291/.
MLA citation style:
[Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, Newspaper]. Boston, Massachusetts, 1862. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm000291/>.