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E438 .K3 [Info] Speech of Hon. Francis W. Kellogg, of Michigan, in the House of Representatives, June 12, 1860, by Francis William Kellogg (page images at MOA)
E438 .L6943 [Info] "A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand": The Text of This Celebrated Speech as Originally Written, Paragraphed, Italicized and Proofread by its Author, Printed in its Entirety for the First Time Since its Contemporary Publication (Chicago and New York: Black Cat Press, 1936), by Abraham Lincoln, ed. by Douglas C. McMurtrie
E438 .L734 [Info] The Address of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, in Vindication of the Policy of the Framers of the Constitution and the Principles of the Republican Party, Delivered at Cooper Institute, February 27th, 1860 (New York: G. F. Nesbitt and Co., 1860), by Abraham Lincoln, contrib. by Charles C. Nott and Cephas Brainerd (multiple formats at archive.org)
E438 .M14 [Info] Democracy Alias Slavery: Speech of Hon. Jas. B. McKean, of New York. Delivered in the U. S. House of Representatives, June 6, 1860 (Washington: Buell and Blanchard, 1860), by Jas. B. McKean
E438 .P4 [Info] "Posting the Books Between the North and the South": Speech of Hon. John J. Perry, of Maine (Republican State Central Committee of California Campaign Document #5; 1860), by John J. Perry
E438 .P83 [Info] Popular Sovereignty in the Territories: The Democratic Record (Baltimore: Murphy and Co., 1860)
E438 .R92 [Info] Anticipations of the Future, to Serve as Lessons for the Present Time, by Edmund Ruffin (page images at MOA)
E438 .T66 [Info] Slavery: What It Was, What It Has Done, What It Intends To Do, by Cydnor Bailey Tompkins (page images at MOA)
E438 .V28 [Info] True Democracy: History Vindicated, by Charles Henry Van Wyck (page images at MOA)
E440 .F45 [Info] The Danger of Throwing the Election of President into Congress: Speech of David Dudley Field, Delivered at Philadelphia, August 20, 1860 (1860), by David Dudley Field (multiple formats at archive.org)
E440 .G79 [Info] A Political Text-Book for 1860, by Horace Greeley and John F. Cleveland (page images at MOA)
E440 .H62 [Info] Democracy, the Old and the New: Speech of Hon. John Hickman, of Penn., on the Battle Ground of Brandywine, September 11, 1860 (with the Republican platform; 1860), by John Hickman, contrib. by Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) (multiple formats at archive.org)
E440 .H624 [Info] Political Issues and Presidential Candidates: Speech of the Hon. John Hickman, Delivered in Concert Hall, Philadelphia, July 24th, 1860; Also the Republican Platform (1860), by John Hickman and Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) (multiple formats at archive.org)
E440 .R33 [Info] Speech of the Hon. William B. Reed, on the Presidential Question, by William B. Reed (page images at MOA)
E440 .R48 [Info] The Ruin of the Democratic Party: Reports of the Covode and Other Committees (1860) (multiple formats at archive.org)
E440 .R51 [Info] Address of the Republican Central Committee of Ingham County, by J. M. Cravath, Horace Angell, and John Dunsback
E440 .R52 [Info] Speech of Hon. W.A. Richardson, of Illinois, Delivered in Burlington, New Jersey, Tuesday Evening, July 17, 1860, by W. A. Richardson (page images at MOA)
E440 .T72 [Info] The South Alone Should Govern the South, and African Slavery Should be Controlled by Those Only Who Are Friendly to It (Tract #1; 1860), by John Townsend
E440 .W5 [Info] Disunion: Its Remedy (Washington, DC: Buell and Blanchard, 1860), by George M. Weston (multiple formats at archive.org)
E440.5 .A432 [Info] Speech of Hon. William Allen of Ohio on the State of the Union, Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 7, 1861 (Washington: McGill and Witherow, Printers, 1861), by William Allen
E440.5 .B83 [Info] Our Country: Its Peril and Its Deliverance, by Robert J. Breckinridge (page images at MOA)
E440.5 .C54 [Info] A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Session of the Conference Convention, for Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, Held at Washington, D.C., in February, A.D. 1861 (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1864), by L. E. Chittenden
E440.5 .J35 1861 [Info] A Lecture on Secession, by Gen. Andrew Jackson, Delivered at Dodworth's Hall on the Evening of Sunday, Jan. 19, 1861, Mrs. Cora L. V. Hatch, Medium (New York: S.T. Munson, 1861), by Cora L. V. Richmond (page images at HathiTrust)
E440.5 .K24 [Info] The Peace Convention of 1861 (Confederate Centennial Studies #18; Tuscaloosa, AL: Confederate Pub. Co., 1961), by Jesse Lynn Keene (page images at HathiTrust)
E440.5 .L5 [Info] Letter to Hon. Reverdy Johnson, on the Proceedings at the Meeting, Held at Maryland Institute, January 10th, 1861 (Baltimore: Murphy and Co., printers, 1861), by John C. Le Grand

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