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Devil's visit to "Old Abe"

Confederate Broadsides

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Item Details

contributor
Birch, E. P. (Edmund Pendleton), 1824-1883
date
2010-06-14T19:40:44Z
2008-10-31T13:06:44Z
2008-10-31T13:06:44Z
2010-06-14T19:40:44Z
1861 (issued)
description
"Written on the occasion of Lincoln's proclamation...after the battle of Manassas". Printed on white paper with black ink, no binding. First line "Old Abe was sitting in his chair of state"."
format
image/jpeg
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/254
language
English
publisher
[Confederate States of America] : s.n., [between 1861 and 1865]
relation
Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Crandall, M.L. Confederate imprints, 3134. Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Moss, William. Confederate broadside poems, A3.
rights
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subject
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Poetry
Confederate States of America--Poetry
Lincoln, Abraham,--1809-1865--Carricatures and cartoons--Poetry
title
Devil's visit to "Old Abe"
type
text

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