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E458.3 .C765 [Info] The Death of Slavery (New York: Loyal Publication Society, ca. 1863), by Peter Cooper (multiple formats at
E458.3 .C93 [Info] The Crisis (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1863), by Cae S. (page images at HathiTrust)
E458.3 .D46 [Info] Secession in Switzerland and in the United States Compared: Being the Annual Address, Delivered Oct. 20th, 1863, Before the Vermont State Historical Society, in the Hall of Representatives, Capitol, Montpelier (Catskill: J. Joesbury, printer, 1864), by J. Watts De Peyster
E458.3 .L112 [Info] Why the North Cannot Accept of Separation (New York: C. B. Richardson, 1863), by Édouard Laboulaye
E458.3 .L71 [Info] No Party Now, But All for Our Country (Loyal Publication Society #16; New York: C.S. Westcott and Co. printers, 1863), by Francis Lieber
E458.3 .L75 [Info] President Lincoln's Views: An Important Letter on the Principles Involved in the Vallandigham Case (Philadelphia: King and Baird, 1863), by Abraham Lincoln
E458.3 .L9 [Info] The Governor's Message Reviewed (Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons, and Co., 1863), by Henry R. Low
E458.3 .P925 [Info] The Preservation of the Union, a National Economic Necessity: "From the German Commercial Gazette" (Loyal Publication Society #14; New York: W. C. Bryant and Co., printers, 1863)
E458.3 .S859 [Info] Northern Interests And Southern Independence: A Plea For United Action (Philadelphia: W. S. and A. Martien, 1863), by Charles J. Stillé
E458.3 .T48 [Info] Our Danger and Our Duty (Columbia, SC: Southern Guardian Steam-power Press, 1862), by James Henley Thornwell
E458.3 .V19 [Info] The Record of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham on Abolition, the Union, and the Civil War (Cincinnati: J. Walter and Co., 1863), by Clement L. Vallandigham (multiple formats at
E458.4 [Info] Gerrit Smith to the Rank and File of the Democratic Party (1864), by Gerrit Smith (page images at LOC)
E458.4 .B62 [Info] The Jacobins of Missouri and Maryland: Speech of Hon. F. P. Blair, of Missouri, Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 27, '64 (1864), by Frank P. Blair
E458.4 .C52 [Info] Christianity Versus Treason and Slavery: Religion Rebuking Sedition (Philadelphia: H. B. Ashmead, 1864)
E458.4 .F24 [Info] The War: Its Causes and Consequences, by C. C. S. Farrar (page images at MOA)
E458.4 .J43 [Info] The Great Issue: An Address by John Jay, Esq. (New York: Loyal Publication Society, 1865), by John Jay (multiple formats at
E458.4 .R34 [Info] The Chicago Copperhead Convention (August 29, 1864): The Treasonable and Revolutionary Utterances of the Men Who Composed It, Extracts From All the Notable Speeches Delivered In and Out of the National "Democratic" Convention (1917 reprint; originally published 1864), by Republican Congressional Committee (multiple formats at
E458.5 .B72 [Info] Personal Forgiveness and Public Justice: A Sermon Preached in the Mercer Street Presbyterian Church, New York, April 23, 1865 (New York : A.D.F. Randolph, 1865), by Robert Russell Booth (HTML and page images at Emory)
E458.5 .R31 [Info] The Conflict of Truth: A Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Camden, N.J. April 30, 1865 (Camden, NJ.: S. Chew, 1865), by V. D. Reed (HTML and page images at Emory)
E458.5 .W36 [Info] Memorial Sermons: The Capture of Richmond; Some of the Results of the War; The Assassination of the President (Boston: G. C. Rand and Avery, 1865), by Edwin B. Webb (HTML and page images at Emory)
E458.7 .A8 [Info] Tupelo, by John H. Aughey (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC)
E458.8 .A931 [Info] An Authentic Exposition of the "K.G.C.", "Knights of the Golden Circle": or, A History of Secession from 1834 to 1861, Illustrated, By a Member of the Order (Indianapolis: C. O. Perrine, 1861) (multiple formats at
E458.8 .A97 [Info] The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details, by I. Winslow Ayer
E458.8 .M36 1876 [Info] American Bastile: A History of the Illegal Arrests and Imprisonment of American Citizens During the Late Civil War (22nd edition; Philadelphia: T. W. Hartley, 1876), by John A. Marshall
E458.8 .M36 1884 [Info] American Bastile: A History of the Arbitrary Arrests and Imprisonment of American Citizens in the Northern and Border States, on Account of Their Political Opinions, During the Late Civil War, Together With a Full Report of the Illegal Trial and Execution of Mrs. Mary E. Surratt, by a Military Commission, and a Review of the Testimony, Showing Her Entire Innocence (26th thousand; Philadelphia: T. W. Hartley, 1884), by John A. Marshall (multiple formats at

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