The Resource Letter from the Hon. Joseph Holt : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis

Letter from the Hon. Joseph Holt : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis

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Letter from the Hon. Joseph Holt : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis
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Letter from the Hon. Joseph Holt
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upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis
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Letter from the Hon. Joseph Holt
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eng
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KNT
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1807-1894
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Holt, Joseph
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  • United States.
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  • Kentucky
  • Kentucky
  • United States
  • United States
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Letter from the Hon. Joseph Holt : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis
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  • In this letter to Joshua Fry Speed, dated May 31, 1861, Holt expresses his disdain for Kentucky's state of neutrality and for her proclamation forbidding Union troops from marching across her territory. Rather than an act of neutrality, Holt sees this as an act of "aggressive hostility."
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1 online resource (15 pages)
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online
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Pamphlet.
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remote
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Letter from the Hon. Joseph Holt : upon the policy of the general government, the pending revolution, its objects, its probable results if successful, and the duty of Kentucky in the crisis
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Publication
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  • Cover title
  • In this letter to Joshua Fry Speed, dated May 31, 1861, Holt expresses his disdain for Kentucky's state of neutrality and for her proclamation forbidding Union troops from marching across her territory. Rather than an act of neutrality, Holt sees this as an act of "aggressive hostility."
Extent
1 online resource (15 pages)
Form of item
online
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Pamphlet.
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remote

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