The Sons of the Sires: A History of the Rise, Progress, and Destiny of the American Party, and Its Probable Influence on the Next Presidential Election. To which is Added a Review of the Letter of the Hon. Henry A. Wise, Against the Know-nothings
Lippincott, Grambo & Company, 1855 - 215 pages
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