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Labor Party to Remove Funds.
Reviews and Letters.
Bartow A. Ulrich
August Louis Ulrich (Father of B. A. Ulrich).
Johann Heinrich Ulrich, grandfather of B. A. Ulrich.

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Lincoln's Address at Chicago...
Anniversary of the Republican Party.

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CHAPTER III.
Chicago National Republican Convention, 1860.
Lincoln Accepts the Nomination.
Stephen A. Douglas...
Douglas Sustains Lincoln.
Celebration of the Douglas Centennial in Chicago...

37 38 39 40 42

CHAPTER IV.

Secession Cabal at Washington.
Jefferson Davis and Secession.
Graft In the National Government
Lincoln's Characteristics

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CHAPTER V.
Events of the War...
Fort Sumter
President Lincoln's Proclamation Calling for Troops.
The Cabinets of Lincoln and Davis Compared..

CHAPTER VI.
Colonel Ellsworth and the Marshall House Tragedy-
Last Reunion of the Ellsworth Zouaves.
Poem Written at the Time of Ellsworth's Death.
Poem Written at the Commencement of the Civil War.

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CHAPTER VII.
Lincoln Intuition and Character.
Farewell Address at Springfield.
First Message to Congress, July 4, 1861..
Need of Preparation
The Call For Troops...
The Draft Riots..
Vallandigham's Arrest

79 82 82 83 84 85 86

CHAPTER VIII.

General McClellan and General Grant...
Lincoln Praises Grant..
Meade Reproved
The Kind of Whiskey Grant Drank Good For Others...
Lincoln Again Praises Grant.
Lincoln's Humanity.

89 90 91 91 92 93

CHAPTER IX.

The Trent Affair.
The Treaty of Ghent.

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Lincoln's Desire For Reconciliation.
Thanksgiving Proclamation, 1863__
The Gettysburg Address.
Proclamation of Thanksgiving For Union Victories.
Lincoln's Faith In God.
National Fast Day, 1861.
Belief In Prayer...
The Question of Slavery.

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CHAPTER X.
Influence of West Point On Democracy.
College Training Versus the Declaration of Independence...

109 110

CHAPTER XI.
Emancipation of the Negro In the United States and Other
Countries

117 Ambition of Jefferson Davis and Other Southern Leaders....... 118 Northern Leaders Stood For Liberty and Union..

119 The Nations Abolish Slavery........

120 Czar Alexander II. and the Emancipation of the Serfs.. 122 Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation.

124 Negro Fellowship League Celebrates...

127 Reminiscences of the Rebel Conspiracy to Burn Chicago..... 127

CHAPTER XII.
Thesis on Government Used as Campaign Document in 1864...
The National Republican Convention of 1864..
A Lincoln Story—“More Light and Less Noise"-
The Discontented Four Hundred
Letter to Greeley...-----

129 129 130 131 131

CHAPTER XIII.
The Presidential Campaign of 1864—An Original Campaign
Document

133 Speech Before the Athens Union League.

139 New Year's Address, 1865...

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CHAPTER XIV.

Last Interview With Lincoln

..... Counting the Electoral Vote... Lincoln's Response to the Committee of Notification.

145 146 147

CHAPTER XV.
President Lincoln Enters Richmond...
Capture of Jefferson Davis.
Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln..

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The Imperial Trust.
Waechter's Project of a Federation of the States of Europe.
The Passing of Royalty-

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CHAPTER IV.

The New Representative Democracy.

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CHAPTER V.
Events Leading to the Birth of the Nation.
Adoption of the Constitution.
Powers of the Government
De Tocqueville On the American Judiciary.
Constituent and Law-Making Power.
Chief Justice Marshall On the Judicial Power...
Lincoln and the Dred Scott Decision.
The “Grandfather Clause"....
Cabinet Officers and Congress.
Power of the Executive..
The Referendum
The Civil Code of Switzerland...
Stability of Our Constitution.
Part of Washington's Farewell Address.

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CHAPTER VI.
Criticism On Constitution.
State and National Control...
Department of Agriculture.
Letter of H. D. Sackett on Forest Taxation in the U, S...
Mormonism
Conservation Applied to Children.
Limitation of State Constitution.

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CHAPTER VII.
National vs. State Sovereignty.
Reconciliation
Growth of the South.

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