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Abraham Lincoln 1864 Campaign Broadside


1864, Lincoln Campaign Broadside, "What Jeff. Davis thinks of the War," Fine.

11.5" x 9", printed broadside, in two columns. Published by the National Union Executive Committee, Astor House, New York, the broadside uses Jefferson Davis' own words to refute the assertion of the Democrats made at their Chicago convention that the war had been a failure, and that hostilities should be ceased immediately. The main text is taken from a speech Davis made at Macon, Georgia, detailing the suffering of the Confederate troops and the growing disparity in strength between the Union and Confederate armies. The conclusion is that the only way to end the war and restore peace "is by SUSTAINING THE GOVERNMENT AND PUSHING ON THE WAR... VOTE FOR LINCOLN!" Minor staining and edge chips, and a few small brown spots. A nice Lincoln-associated campaign piece.
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