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Testimonial to Mr. Garrison. [Caption title]
1867
 

Benedict Arnold & Horatio Seymour! Their Identity of Views. Who Is To Be President of the United States? From the New York Times of September 19, 1864. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, in two columns, with typographical border.
1868
 

Marriage License and Certificate (on one sheet) for Former Slaves Andrew Jackson and Julia Marlow. 8 x 10 inches. Engraved certificate with elaborate borders in archival mat; creases where previously folded. 1 p. Warsaw, Kentucky. December 10, 1872.
1872
 

ANON. Reconstruction on "My Policy;" or, Its Author at the Confessional. By Zedekiah Comitatus, M.P.E.C. (Pseud.)
1866
 

ANON. The New Orleans Riot: "My Policy" in Louisiana. Compiled from Dispatches, Proclamations, Letters &c.
1863
 

BARKER, JACOB. The Rebellion: Its Consequences, and the Congressional Committee, Denominated the Reconstruction Committee, with their Action. By Investigator.
1866
 

BARNARD FREEDMEN'S-A Third Annual Report...[Caption title].
1867
 

BEARD, JAMES C. Arti The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th, 1870. [Caption]. Vividly hand colored lithograph, 24" x 30".
1870
 

BEARD, O.T. Bristling with Thorns. A Story of War and Reconstruction.
1884
 

BROOKS, CHARLES. Some Reasons for the Immediate Establishment of a National System of Education for the United States.
1865
 

BROOM, W.W. Great and Grave Questions for American Politicians, with a Topic for America's Statesmen. By Eboracus.
1865
 

CAREY, HENRY C. Reconstruction: Industrial, Financial, and Political. Letters to the Hon. Henry Wilson...
1868
 

CHEEVER, REV. GEORGE The Republic or the Oligarchy? Which? An Appeal Against the Proposed Transfer of the Right to Vote From the People to the State.
1866
 

CUSTER, GEORGE ARMST To the Soldiers and Sailors Who Served in the Army and Navy of the United States During the Late Rebellion. [Caption title]. [Washington, August 19, 1866]. Broadside, 21.5" x 9." Printed in two columns.
1866
 

DICKSON, W.M. Review of the Letter of General Cox, of Ohio.
1865
 

DOTEN, LIZZIE. "Reconstruction." "Vox Populi, Vox Dei." A Poem delivered in Library Hall, Chelsea, at the close of a Lecture on Sundah Evening, Sept. 23d." [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside, with decorative border.
1865
 

ECKLES, J.W. Three (3) Page ALS to Major J.R. Lofland, Concerning Charges Brought by Col. Mason. Describes Men at Galveston & Houston, Texas. October 28, 1866. 10 x 16 inches, folded in half. Separate cover addressed to Maj. J.R. Lofland, Paymaster USA, New Orleans, La. Browned, slight edge fraying, small tears at folds.
1866
 

FARROW, HENRY P. The Injustice of Poll Taxes. To the Members of the Constitutional Convention: [Caption title]. Broadside, 16" x 10". Printed in three columns.
1867
 

FLETCHER, THOMAS C. Gov. Fletcher. Gov. Fletcher and Hon. H.T. Blow will positively be in Liberty on...the 15th May...[1865?]. [Caption title & partial text[. Nearly square 4to broadside, onw corner torn away & tear in blank center portion of text.
1865
 

HOWARD, O.O. Report...to the Secretary of War, October 20, 1869.
1869
 

JOHNSON, ANDREW. Message of the President of the United States, to the Two Houses of Congress [in] Charleston Daily Courier--Extra. Charleston, [S.C.], December 3, 1867. Elephant folio broadsheet.
1867
 

LINCOLN FREEDMEN'S A Sixth Annual Report...Oct. 7, 1869.
1869
 

MORGAN, ALBERT T. Yazoo; or, On the Picket Line of Freedom in the South. A Personal Narrative.
1884
 

MORGAN, ALBERT T. Yazoo; or, On the Picket Line of Freedom in the South. A Personal Narrative.
1884
 

MORTON, OLIVER P. Read and Circulate. Great Reconstruction Speech of Ex-Governor O.P. Morton, U.S. Senator from Indiana. Delivered at the Republican Mass Meeting, held 29th of September, 1865, at Richmond, Indiana. [Caption title]. Broadside, 25”x18," text in eight columns printed on thin paper. Folded in quarters. Erosion along one fold with slight loss, perhaps six or eight words, a few separations at margins without loss, otherwise very good.
1868
 

PAYNE, BUCKER H. The Negro: What Is His Ethnological Status? Is He the Progeny of Ham?...a Descendent of Adam and Eve? Has He a Soul? Or, Is He a Beast in God's Nomenclature? What Is His Status as Fixed by God?...What Is His Relation to the White Race? By Ariel [pseud.] Second Edition.
1867
 

PIKE, JAMES S. The Prostrate State: South Carolina Under Negro Government.
1874
 

WATKINS, N.J. Editor The Pine and the Palm Greeting; or, The Trip of the Northern Editors to the South in 1871, and the Return Visit of the Southern Editors in 1872, Under the Leadership of Maj. N.H. Hotchkiss, Traveling Agent of Chesapeake & Ohio and Richmond & York River Railroads.
1873
 

WRIGHT, JOHN S. Reply to Hon. Charles G. Loring, Upon "Reconstruction."
1867
 

WRIGHT, R.J. The Practical Philosopher and True Senator.
1866
 

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