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Charles Daniel Drake



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At head of title: Missouri Democratic campaign documents


This pamphlet contains a speech made by Charles D. Drake, at Victoria, Jefferson County, Missouri. The speech addresses the ""Political topics of the day"" including two sectional parties, the black republican party, reasons why he favors Douglas over other candidates, and Douglas' record compared to the records of his opponents. Notably, the pamphlet addresses the Dred Scott Case. At head of title: Missouri Democratic campaign documents. At end of text: Chas. D. Drake, St. Louis, August 8, 1860. Accompanied by text of ""Speech of Chas. D. Drake, of St. Louis, delivered by request, at Troy, Mo., September 18th, 1860""; ""Speech of Charles D. Drake ... delivered at a National Democratic meeting in Palmyra, Mo., on the 23d of July, 1860."" These are both in the form of mounted newspaper clippings.


Williams, Frank J.; Williams, Virginia



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24 pages ; 23 cm

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E440 .D72 1860


Mississippi State University Libraries.

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Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic version).

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