Lincoln-Douglas book: Historical sketch of the causes leading to the Freeport Licoln-Douglas debate, August 27, 1858. The great Freeport debate, a turning point in American history; the speeches of Lincoln and Douglas. A sketch of the history of the city of Freeport. August 26, 1922
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