Fillmore, Millard, 1800-1874
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- Is Millard Fillmore an Abolitionist? (extract from a pamphlet "The Agitation of Slavery" with commentary; Boston: American Patriot Office, 1856)
- The Life and Public Services of Millard Fillmore (Buffalo, N.Y.: Wanzer, McKim and Co. 1856), by W. L. Barre (illustrated HTML at Chicago)
- Life of Millard Fillmore (with a sketch of the life of Andrew Jackson Donelson; New York. R. M. De Witt, 1856) (multiple formats at archive.org)
- The Duty of Native Americans in the Present Crisis (1856) (multiple formats at archive.org)
- The Agitation of Slavery: Who Commenced! And Who Can End It!! Buchanan and Fillmore Compared From the Record (Washington: Printed at the Union Office, 1856) (multiple formats at archive.org)
- Fillmore's Political History and Position; George Law and Chauncey Shaffer's Reasons for Repudiating Fillmore and Donelson, and the Action of the Know-Nothing State Convention at Syracuse on the Resolutions Censuring Brook's Assault on Senator Sumner, &c., by Edwin Barber Morgan, contrib. by George Law and Chauncey Shaffer (multiple formats at archive.org)
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