|Title||The Crisis. |
|Published||[New York : W. B. Smith, 1860] |
|Description||48 p. ; 22 cm. |
|General Note||Caption title. |
At head of title: New York, December, 1860.
Imprint from NUC pre-56.
|Formatted Note||Contents: The treason and the remedy - nullification laws of the North, &c.--The conspiritors' [sic] record.--The principles and policy of our fathers.--The slavery statutes of the North.--Position of the Union men of the North.--The "irrepressible conflict" versus northern labor.--The political life of William H. Seward.--Rights that are older than the Constitution.--Webster's apostrophy to the Union.--Consequences of dissolving the Union.--The popular majority against Lincoln.--Why Lincoln's election has brought on the "crisis."--The chronology of disunion.--A few words to the South. |
|Subjects||United States -- Politics and government -- 1857-1861. |
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: E 440.5 C932|
mq57667: LC class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]