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Abraham Lincoln (Republican), 1860

MS. 21407/24

Campaign Committee and New York Tribune Tracts for the Republican Presidential campaign. Comprises the following:

  1. New York Tribune Tracts no. 5, 1860 comprising 'Land for the Landless' speech relating to the Homestead Act, by Gerusha Aaron Grow, given in 1860 to the House of Representatives
  2. Campaign Committee Tract 'Homesteads. The Republicans and Settlers Against Democracy and Monopoly. The Record'
  3. Campaign Committee Tract relating to 'The Great Issue of American Politics' - speech of Carl Schurz of Wisconsin relating to Anti-Slavery given 1 Aug 1860
  4. Campaign Committee Tract 'Modern Democracy against the Union, the Constitution, the Policy of our Fathers and the Rights of Free Labour'
  5. New York Tribune Tracts 1860 no. 2 'Democratic leaders for Disunion' relating to Henry Wilson's speech delivered at the US Senate, 25 Jan 1860. Wilson was later Vice President under Ulysses S. Grant.


  • Creation: 1860


5 items

Language of Materials

  • English

Conditions Governing Access

This material is consulted at the Vere Harmsworth Library.


MS. 21407/24

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