Are we a nation?
@ Boston Public Library
DescriptionTitle includes "an historical letter" composed by Senator Timothy Otis Howe of WisconsinBound with: France, Mexico, and the Confederate States / Michel Chevalier. 1863. ; Driftings of the war, and the nation's new departure ... / William S. Hillyer. 1869. ; [Letter] to my friends of the legal profession throughout the state, who adhere to the Democratic party / John Hooker. 1863. ; Emancipation oration ... / Dr. Ezra R. Johnson. 1867. ; The rebellion and our foreign relations, : remarks of Henry J. Raymond ... / Henry J. Raymond. 1862. ; Union Square and the Sanitary Commission ... / Samuel B. Ruggles. 1864. ; Our home and foreign policy / Henry St. Paul. 1863. ; Proceedings and speeches at a public meeting of the Friends of the Union ... / Friends of the Union (Baltimore, Md.) 1861. ; Proceedings of the convention of the people of Massachusetts ... / People's Party (Mass.) 1862. ; Proceedings of the meeting of the Loyal Women of the Republic ... / Women's National Loyal League. 1863. ; Official report of the proceedings of the Union State Convention ... / Republican Party (New York). 1863. ; Defense of the Great Lakes: its necessity ... / Josiah B. Williams [and others]. 1863. ; Facts for the people. 1862. ; Foreign correspondence in relation to the rebellion in the United States. 1863. ; The future of the country / A. E. Kroeger. 1864. ; The impending crisis ... 1868. ; Report of the Louisville Refugee Commission...
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