Washington: 1864. 16pp, disbound with light fox and wear, Very Good.
"From the supposed hotbed of copperhead sentiment in southern Indiana came spectacular revelations-- some of them probably true-- of skullduggery and treason. Provost marshals uncovered hiding places containing weapons and arrested several prominent members of the Sons of Liberty...Holt released a report on the Sons of Liberty that portrayed them as a disciplined, powerful organization armed to the teeth and in the pay of Jefferson Davis to help him destroy the Union." [McPherson, Battle Cry of Freedom 782]. "This report became grist for Republican mills" in the 1864 campaign. [Id.]
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