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Lincoln's Biography

The Campaign of the Century, 1859-1861
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[1860], The Wide-Awake Vocalist; or, Rail-Splitter's Song Book. (NewYork: E. A. Daggett) Original Owned by: Chicago Historical Society.

Author unknown [1860], The Life and Public Services of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, and Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine (Boston: Thayer a Eldridge) Permission: Northern Illinois University.

Lincoln, Abraham; Bartlett, David W. [1860], Life and Public Services of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, with a Portrait on Steel. To Which is Added a Biographical Sketch of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin. (New York: H. Dayton) Permission: Northern Illinois University.

O.P.Q. [1860], The Wide Awakes(New York: H. De Marsan) Permission: University of Chicago.

Republican National Convention [1860], Proceedings of the National Republican National Convention, 1860 (Publication information unknown) Permission: University of Chicago.

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