The Resource The proclamation of emancipation by the president of the United States, to take effect January 1st, 1863

The proclamation of emancipation by the president of the United States, to take effect January 1st, 1863

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The proclamation of emancipation by the president of the United States, to take effect January 1st, 1863
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The proclamation of emancipation by the president of the United States, to take effect January 1st, 1863
Title variation
By the President of the United States: A proclamation
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Language
eng
Citation location within source
0147
Citation source
Monaghan, J. Lincoln bibliography
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1809-1865
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Lincoln, Abraham
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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United States
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The proclamation of emancipation by the president of the United States, to take effect January 1st, 1863
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  • Cover title
  • The preliminary proclamation dated September 22, 1862
  • Issued in buff printed wrappers; quotation on back cover, "Slavery the chief corner-stone. 'This stone (slavery), which was rejected by the first builders, is become the chief stone of the corner in our new edifice.'--Speech of Alex. H. Stephens, vice-president of the so-called Confederate States, delivered March 21, '61."
Extent
1 online resource (7 pages [1] pages (last pages blank))
Form of item
online
Note
  • Copy 1: Lower right corner of first page clipped out.
  • Copy 3: From the Daniel Lincoln collection; handwritten inscription on back cover: Ella, from Uncle Frank.
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remote
Label
The proclamation of emancipation by the president of the United States, to take effect January 1st, 1863
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Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • The preliminary proclamation dated September 22, 1862
  • Issued in buff printed wrappers; quotation on back cover, "Slavery the chief corner-stone. 'This stone (slavery), which was rejected by the first builders, is become the chief stone of the corner in our new edifice.'--Speech of Alex. H. Stephens, vice-president of the so-called Confederate States, delivered March 21, '61."
Extent
1 online resource (7 pages [1] pages (last pages blank))
Form of item
online
Note
  • Copy 1: Lower right corner of first page clipped out.
  • Copy 3: From the Daniel Lincoln collection; handwritten inscription on back cover: Ella, from Uncle Frank.
Specific material designation
remote

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