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Great cry and litlle wool, or,: the leading black republicans described in verse

Confederate Broadsides

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contributor
Barnstable, Dr.
date
2010-06-14T19:40:37Z
2008-10-31T13:07:22Z
2008-10-31T13:07:22Z
2010-06-14T19:40:37Z
1861 (issued)
description
Cut of Lincoln, wearing an Indian feather crown, seated on a throne, and surrounded by 6 cabinet members and Gen. Winfield Scott at head of title. At end of text: Baltimore, July 2, 1861. Printed on white paper with black ink.
format
image/jpeg
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/219
language
English
publisher
[Confederate States of America] : s.n., [between 1861 and 1865]
relation
Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Rudolph, E.L. Confederate broadside verse, 116. Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Moss, William. Confederate broadside poems, 84. Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Wolf, E. American song sheets 1850-1870, C68a.
rights
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subject
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Poetry
Confederate States of America--Poetry
Lincoln, Abraham,--1809-1865--Poetry
title
Great cry and litlle wool, or,: the leading black republicans described in verse
type
text

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