Lincoln's Kalamazoo address against extending slavery /
also his life by Joseph J. Lewis ; both annotated by Thomas I. Starr
|Main Author:||Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.|
|Related Names:||Starr, Thomas Irwin 1903-1965., Lewis, Joseph J.|
Detroit : Fine Book Circle, 1941
Lincoln, Abraham, /
Slavery > Slavery / United States > Slavery / United States / Controversial literature.
Contains the anti-slavery address of Abraham Lincoln, given before a Republican audience in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in 1856; and the first published life of Lincoln, as it appeared in the Chester County times, Westchester, Pennsylvania, in February 1860
"Of this book there have been designed by Paul McPharlin, and printed at the Blue Ox Press, 1000 copies, including 250 in brochure to be distributed as Bulletin no. 34 of the William L. Clements Library of the University of Michigan." -- p. .
63 p.,  leaves of plates :
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