THE REPUBLICAN PARTY VINDICATED -- THE DEMANDS OF THE SOUTH EXPLAINED. SPEECH OF HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS, AT THE COOPER INSTITUTE, N.Y. CITY, FEBRUARY 27, 1860

THE REPUBLICAN PARTY VINDICATED -- THE DEMANDS OF THE SOUTH EXPLAINED. SPEECH OF HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS, AT THE COOPER INSTITUTE, N.Y. CITY, FEBRUARY 27, 1860
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[1860]. 16pp.  Good condition. Large moisture stain affects pages 1-12.  Age toning throughout. Light foxing, primarily to first two pages. Page edges worn, particularly top edge, with some dog-earing to upper right corner. Paper wearing thin at the spine folds. The Lincoln speech runs to page nine, followed by the speech of John Hickman of Pennsylvania through page 15.  The last page includes: "The Dred Scott Decision and Douglas' Endorsement Thereof".  Lincoln's famous Cooper Union speech in which he declares his view that slavery should not be extended into the Western Territories, and claims that the Founding Fathers would feel the same way.  An important moment in his political ascension.  (cfm)

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