AuthorLuebke, Frederick C., 1927- comp.
TitleEthnic voters and the election of Lincoln. Edited with an introd. by Frederick C. Luebke.
PublishedLincoln, University of Nebraska Press [1971]
Descriptionxxxii, 226 p. 22 cm.
Bib. NoteIncludes bibliographical references.
Formatted NoteContents: The influence of the foreign-born of the Northwest in the election of 1860, by D. V. Smith.--The Iowa Germans in the election of 1860, by C. W. Emery.--Who elected Lincoln? By J. Schafer.--Did Abraham Lincoln receive the Illinois German vote? By J. Monaghan.--The German element and the issues of the Civil War, by A. Dorpalen.--The election of 1860 and the Germans in Minnesota, by H. B. Johnson.--Immigrant vote in the 1860 election: the case of Iowa, by G. H. Daniels.--The ethnic voter and the first Lincoln election, by R. P. Swierenga.--Lincoln and the immigrant vote: a case of religious polarization, by P. J. Kleppner.--Ethnicity and party in Michigan, 1854-60, by R. P. Formisano.--People and politics in transition: the Illinois Germans, 1850-60, by J. M. Bergquist.
SubjectsGerman Americans.
Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1860.
LC Card Number72-139370//r90
Call Number/Copies 
 WRHS Research Library: JK 526 1860 L949
mq29214: LC class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]
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