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E History: United States (General) (Go to start of category)
E431 .S78 [Info] Letters for the People, on the Present Crisis (1853), by Frederick Starr
E432 .H38 [Info] Life of Franklin Pierce (Boston: Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1852), by Nathaniel Hawthorne
E433 .B8 [Info] Nebraska: A Poem, Personal and Political (Boston: J. P. Jewett and Co.; Cleveland: Jewett, Proctor, and Worthington, 1854), by George W. Bungay (multiple formats at
E433 .C34 [Info] Nebraska and Kansas: Speech of Mr. Cass, of Michigan, On the Powers of the Government Over Slavery in the Territories, Delivered in the Senate of the United States Feb. 20, 1854 (Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe office, 1854), by Lewis Cass
E433 .C37 [Info] Speech of Mr. Walker, of Montgomery, Delivered in the Ohio Senate, January 23 and 25, on the Resolutions on the Subject of Slavery and the Fugitive Slave Law (Columbus, OH: Scott and Bascom, 1851), by Moses B. Walker (page images at
E433 .G64 [Info] The Kansas Struggle, of 1856, in Congress & in the Presidential Campaign, by William Goodell (page images at MOA)
E433 .H93 [Info] The Missouri Compromise, by Heman Humphrey (page images at MOA)
E433 .L73 [Info] Abraham Lincoln's Lost Speech, May 29, 1856: A Souvenir of the Eleventh Annual Lincoln dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York, at the Waldorf, February 12, 1897 (New York: Printed for the Committee, 1897), by Abraham Lincoln (multiple formats at
E433 .P24 [Info] The Nebraska Question: Some Thoughts on the New Assault Upon Freedom in America, and the General State of the Country in Relation Thereunto (Boston: B. B. Mussey and Co., 1854), by Theodore Parker
E433 .R43 [Info] Address of the Republican Convention, Assembled at Pittsburgh, February 22, 1856 (New York: National Executive Committee, 1856), by Republican National Convention (Javascript-dependent page images at Ohio Memory)
E433 .S39 1856 [Info] The Crime Against Kansas: Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, in the Senate of the United States, May 19, 1856 (New York: Greely and McElrath, 1856), by Charles Sumner (multiple formats at
E433 .S39 1856 [Info] The Crime Against Kansas; The Apologies for the Crime; The True Remedy: Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner in the Senate of the United States, 19th and 20th May, 1856 (Boston: J. P. Jewett and Co., et al., 1856), by Charles Sumner (multiple formats at
E435 .A261 [Info] 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
E435 .B87 [Info] Buchanan's Political Record: Let the South Beware! (Washington: National Executive Committee of the American Party, 1856) (multiple formats at
E435 .C23 [Info] American Nominations: Fillmore and Donelson: Being an Extract from a Work entitled The Great American Battle; or, The Contest Between Christianity and Political Romanism (New York and Auburn: Miller, Orton and Mulligan, 1856), by Anna Ella Carroll
E435 .C6 [Info] Col. Fremont Not a Roman Catholic (1856) (page images at
E435 .C85 [Info] Speech of Hon. L. M. Cox, of Kentucky, Delivered in the House of Representatives, July 26, 1856, in Defence of the Principles of the American Party, and the Approaching Presidential Election, by L. M. Cox (multiple formats at
E435 .D87 [Info] The Duty of Native Americans in the Present Crisis (1856) (multiple formats at
E435 .G78 [Info] The Great Fraud Upon the Public Credulity in the Organization of the Republican Party Upon the Ruins of the "Whig Party" (page images at MOA)
E435 .G78 [Info] The Great Fraud Upon the Public Credulity in the Organization of the Republican Party Upon the Ruins of the "Whig Party": An Address to the Old-Line Whigs of the Union (Washington: Printed at the Union Office, 1856), by National Whig (page images at Google)
E435 .I73 [Info] Is Millard Fillmore an Abolitionist? (extract from a pamphlet "The Agitation of Slavery" with commentary; Boston: American Patriot Office, 1856)
E435 .M841 [Info] 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
E435 .R33 [Info] Reflections and Suggestions on the Present State of Parties (Nashville: Printed by G. C. Torbett and Co., 1856), by An Old Clay Whig (multiple formats at
E435 .R4 [Info] Republican Campaign Edition for the Million: Containing the Republican Platform, the Lives of Fremont and Dayton, with Beautiful Steel Portraits of Each (1856)
E436 .B29 [Info] Presidential Candidates: Containing Sketches, Biographical, Personal and Political, of Prominent Candidates for the Presidency in 1860, by D. W. Bartlett (page images at MOA)

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