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HOW THE WAR WAS COMMENCED AN APPEAL TO THE DOCUMENTS

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NY 1864. Loyal Pub Society No. 46. 8vo., 16pp., new wraps. VG. .

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Title
HOW THE WAR WAS COMMENCED AN APPEAL TO THE DOCUMENTS
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(civil war)
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Paperback
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civil war americana
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