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Election of 1876:

SPEECH OF GENERAL JAMES M. TUTTLE, OF IOWA, AND OF HON. WM. A. WHEELER.

[np Des Moines?: nd, 1876?] Caption title [as issued], folded folio leaf, untrimmed and uncut. Last leaf with some wear, Good to Good+. The Hayes and Wheeler Club of Des Moines rejoices in the defection of General Tuttle, an old War Democrat, to the Republican team. His renunciation of the Democratic Party "and its two-faced ticket" occurred "in response to a serenade by" the Club. Tuttle's speech re-fights the Civil War, charging that Democrats have never accepted the War's results. Wheeler, the Vice Presidential nominee, warns of the evil designs of the former Slave States. FIRST EDITION. 605 NUC 0402645 [2].


Book Id: 14342

Price: $100.00

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