Hancock "the Superb.": The Early Life and Public Career of Winfield S. Hancock, Major-general U.S.A. The Imposing Record of a Progressive and Brilliant Career; a Striking Illustration of the March of Genius Under Free Institutions: with a Full and Graphic Account of the Proceedings at the Cincinnati Convention: the Platform, Tables of Ballots, Etc. with Anecdotes and Incidents. Including Also a Sketch of the Life of Hon. William H. English ...
Forshee & McMakin, 1880 - 431 pages
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