History of the Revolution in the Southern States; including the special messages of President Buchanan, etc
J.F. Trow, printer, 1861 - 94 páginas
A complete history of the American Civil War, this volume includes passages on the secession of South Carolina and other states, the technology that was available to the Southern states, and copies of official compromises and letters between the Union and the new Confederacy.
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