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E668 .L64 1905 [Info] Ku Klux Klan: Its Origin, Growth and Disbandment (New York and Washington: Neale Pub. Co., 1905), by John C. Lester and D. L. Wilson, ed. by Walter L. Fleming (page images at HathiTrust)
E668 .L64 1905 [Info] Ku Klux Klan: Its Origin, Growth and Disbandment (edition not specified, but apparently based on the 1905 annotated edition), by John C. Lester and D. L. Wilson, ed. by Walter L. Fleming (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
E668 .M17 [Info] The Political History of The United States of America During the Period of Reconstruction (From April 15, 1865, to July 15, 1870) (Washington: Philp and Solomons, 1871), by Edward McPherson (multiple formats at
E668 .M5 [Info] Speech of Senator Morton, of Indiana, on Reconstruction, in the United States Senate on Friday, Jan. 24th, 1868; To Which are Appended, Resolutions Adopted by the Union Republican State Convention Held at Sacramento, March 31st, 1868 (San Francisco: Towne and Bacon, 1868), by Oliver P. Morton and Republican Party (Calif.) (multiple formats at
E668 .M66 [Info] The Original Ku Klux Klan and Its Successor: A Paper, Read at Stated Meeting of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the State of Illinois, October 6, 1921 (ca. 1921), by Duncan C. Milner
E668 .M84 [Info] Remarks of the Hon. Edwin D. Morgan, on Being Called to Preside at the Meeting Held at Cooper Institute, N. Y. city, on the Evening of Oct. 16th, 1867, to Ratify the Republican State Nominations (Washington, DC: Printed at the office of the Great republic, 1867), by Edwin D. Morgan (multiple formats at
E668 .O28 1868 [Info] The Oaths, Signs, Ceremonies and Objects of the Ku-Klux-Klan: A Full Exposé, by a Late Member, With Illustrations (1868)
E668 .R43 [Info] The Policy of Congress in Reference to the Restoration of the Union (1867), by Union Republican Congressional Committee (multiple formats at
E668 .R74 1924 [Info] A Story of the Original Ku Klux Klan (Pulaski, TN: Pulaski Citizen, c1924), by W. B. Romine and Mrs. W. B. Romine (multiple formats at
E668 .R74 1973 [Info] A Story of the Original Ku Klux Klan (revised edition, 1934; with captioned photo at end of book ca. 1973), by W. B. Romine and Mrs. W. B. Romine (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
E668 .R79 [Info] The Ku Klux Klan: or, Invisible Empire (New Orleans: L. Graham Co., 1914), by Laura Martin Rose
E668 .U58 [Info] Message of the President of the United States, Communicating, in Compliance with the Resolution of the Senate of the 16 of December, 1870, Information in Relation to Outrages Committed by Disloyal Persons in North Carolina, and Other Southern States, by United States War Department, contrib. by Ulysses S. Grant (multiple formats at
E668 .U64 [Info] Report on the Condition of the South (1865), by Carl Schurz (Gutenberg text)
E668 .W95 [Info] The Practical Philosopher and True Senator (Philadelphia: King and Baird, 1866), ed. by Robert Joseph Wright
E669 .A57 [Info] The St. Thomas Treaty: A Series of Letters to the Boston Daily Advertiser (New York: Sutton, Bowne and Co., printers, 1869), by Sidney Andrews
E670 .C6 [Info] Speeches of Hon. S. S. Cox, in Maine, Pennsylvania and New York, During the Campaign of 1868 (New York : Douglas Taylor's Democratic Printing Establishment, 1868), by Samuel Sullivan Cox (multiple formats at
E670 .C68 [Info] Great Speech of General Howell Cobb, Delivered in Atlanta, Ga., July 23, 1868 (Augusta, GA: Chronicle and sentinel, 1868), by Howell Cobb (multiple formats at
E670 .E38 [Info] Elegant Extracts from Rebel Writers ("no. 1" only known number; 1868), by Union Republican Congressional Committee
E670 .E95 [Info] Speech of Maj. Gen. Thomas Ewing, Jr., of Kansas: Made Before the National Delegate Convention of Union Soldiers and Sailors at Cooper Institute, New York, July 4, 1868 (1868), by Thomas Ewing (multiple formats at
E670 .L82 [Info] The Impendin Crisis uv the Dimocracy (published as by his "Petroleum V. Nasby" character; Toledo: Miller, Locke and Co., 1868), by David Ross Locke
E670 .M88 [Info] Peace or War: The Democratic Position Illustrated by Frank P. Blair, Jr (Washington: Union Republican Congressional Committee, 1868), by Oliver P. Morton, William M. Stewart, and James W. Nye (multiple formats at
E670 .P78 [Info] Condensed History of the War, Its Causes and Results; Plain Home-Told Facts for the Young Men and Working Men of the United States (1868), contrib. by Mark M. Pomeroy (multiple formats at
E670 .R38 [Info] The Contrast! Professions and Practice of Republican and Democratic Statesmen Contrasted (1868), by Union Republican Congressional Committee (multiple formats at
E670 .R387 [Info] Emancipation! Enfranchisement! Reconstruction! Legislative Record of the Republican Party During and Since the War (1868), by Union Republican Congressional Committee (multiple formats at
E670 .R388 [Info] Nationality vs. Sectionalism: An Appeal to the Laboring Men of the South (1868), by Union Republican Congressional Committee

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