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Kansas:

KANSAS IN 1856. AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF THE OUTRAGES IN KANSAS, SINCE THE APPOINTMENT OF THE KANSAS INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE, AND NOT EMBRACED IN THEIR REPORT TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. FROM ACTUAL OBSERVATION, AND THE TESTIMONY OF EYE-WITNESSES. BY AN OFFICER OF THE COMMISSION.

Buell & Blanchard, [Washington: 1856] 15, [1] pp. Stitched, with caption title [as issued]. Light wear and toning, untrimmed and uncut. Very Good. A catalogue of atrocities committed by the pro-slavery Lecompton government against the Free Staters headquartered at Lawrence, including eye-witness accounts of the burning of Lawrence by the "brutal and ungovernable mob of lawless invaders." Opponents of these crimes are urged to vote against the Buchanan Democrats in November. The last page lists the Republican Association's campaign documents for the election of 1856, the first presidential campaign contested by the Republicans. Some of the pamphlets may be obtained "in the German Language." Sabin 37056. LCP 5440. Not in Eberstadt, Decker, Dary.


Book Id: 22613

Price: $250.00

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