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E457.92 1950 [Info] Unión y Libertad (in Spanish; Washington: Union Panamericana, 1950), by Abraham Lincoln, ed. by Armando Correia Pacheco, contrib. by David C. Mearns (multiple formats at archive.org)
E457.92 2004 [Info] Lincoln on Democracy (revised edition; New York: Fordham University Press, 2004), by Abraham Lincoln, ed. by Mario Matthew Cuomo and Harold Holzer (PDF with commentary at bepress.com)
E457.94 1934 [Info] The Second Inaugural Address of Abraham Lincoln, March 4, 1865 (Peoria, IL: E. J. Jacob, c1934), by Abraham Lincoln, ed. by M. L. Houser, illust. by Thomas Johnson
E457.941865 .A2 [Info] A Message From Abraham Lincoln (Christmas leaflet with excerpt from Lincoln's second inaugural address; Chicago: J. C. Miner, 1941), by Abraham Lincoln
E457.962 [Info] Lincoln Letters (published by The Bibliophile Society), by Abraham Lincoln (Gutenberg text and letter images)
E457.99 .W73 [Info] The Lincoln Story Book: A Judicious Collection of the Best Stories and Anecdotes of the Great President, Many Appearing Here for the First Time in Book Form, ed. by Henry Llewellyn Williams (Gutenberg text)
E457.99 .W73 1907 [Info] The Lincoln Story Book: A Judicious Collection of the Best Stories and Anecdotes of the Great President, Many Appearing Here for the First Time in Book Form (New York: G. W. Dillingham Co., 1907), ed. by Henry Llewellyn Williams
E458 .B4 1863 [Info] Freedom and War: Discourses on Topics Suggested by the Times (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1863), by Henry Ward Beecher (page images at MOA)
E458 .B77 [Info] Speeches and Papers Relating to the Rebellion and the Overthrow of Slavery (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1867), by George S. Boutwell
E458 .L93 [Info] Opinions of the Early Presidents, and of the Fathers of the Republic, Upon Slavery, and Upon Negroes as Men and Soldiers (Loyal Publication Society #18; New York: Wm. C. Bryant and Co., printers, 1863)
E458 .R27 [Info] Disunion and Slavery: A Series of Letters to Hon. W. L. Yancey, of Alabama, by Henry J. Raymond, of New York (letters dated 1860), by Henry J. Raymond
E458.1 A3 [Info] Government and Rebellion: A Sermon Delivered in the North Broad Street Presbyterian Church, Sunday Morning, April 28, 1861, by E. E. Adams (Gutenberg text)
E458.1 .B4 [Info] War and Emancipation, by Henry Ward Beecher (page images at MOA)
E458.1 .G24 [Info] The Spirit of the South Towards Northern Freemen and Soldiers Defending the American Flag Against Traitors of the Deepest Dye, by William Lloyd Garrison (page images at MOA)
E458.1 .M92 [Info] The Causes of the American Civil War: A Letter to the London Times (New York: J. G. Gregory, 1861), by John Lothrop Motley
E458.1 P77 [Info] The Southern Spy: Letters on the Policy and Inauguration of the Lincoln War (Richmond, VA: West and Johnston, 1861), by Edward A. Pollard (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E458.1 .S62 [Info] Comfort in Tribulation: An Address Delivered in the Reformed Dutch Church, Stapleton, S.I., September 26th, 1861, a Day Kept as a National Fast, by Appointment of the President of the United States (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph, 1861), by Thomas H. Skinner
E458.2 .C6 [Info] "The State of the Country": An Oration Delivered at Buffalo, July 4th, 1862, by Walter Clarke, D.D. (Buffalo: Breed, Butler and Co., 1862), by Walter Clarke
E458.2 .C77 [Info] The Golden Hour, by Moncure Daniel Conway (page images at MOA)
E458.2 .C77 1861 [Info] The Rejected Stone: or, Insurrection vs. Resurrection in America (Boston: Walker, Wise, and Co., 1861), by Moncure Daniel Conway
E458.2 .C77 1862 [Info] The Rejected Stone: or, Insurrection vs. Resurrection in America (third edition; Boston: Walker, Wise, and Co., 1862), by Moncure Daniel Conway (page images at MOA)
E458.2 .D26 [Info] The War Not For Emancipation, by Garrett Davis (page images at MOA)
E458.2 .D76 [Info] The Rebellion, Its Origin and Life In Slavery, Position and Policy of Missouri: Speech of Charles D. Drake. Delivered, By Request, in Mercantile Library Hall, St. Louis, April 14, 1862; Having Been Previously Spoken, In Substance, at Union, Mo., April 7, 1862 (ca. 1862), by Charles D. Drake
E458.2 .G24 [Info] Southern Hatred of the American Government, the People of the North, and Free Institutions (no pages 25-36; Boston: R. F. Wallcut, 1862), by William Lloyd Garrison
E458.2 .J94 [Info] The Cause and Cure of Our National Troubles: Speech of Hon. Geo. W. Julian, of Indiana, Delivered in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, January 14, 1862 (Washington: Scammell and Co., 1862), by George W. Julian

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