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... Inaugural address of Gov. Andrew G. Curtin. Delivered January 15, 1861. Daily Telegraph --- Extra.

... Inaugural address of Gov. Andrew G. Curtin. Delivered January 15, ...

Exchange : Historical society of York County, Pa. 7-11-40. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; P... more

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 3. General Correspondence. 1837-1897: Abraham Lincoln to Andrew G. Curtin, Friday, December 21, 1860 (Reply to Curtin's letter of Dec. 14 regarding Curtin's inaugural message)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 3. General Correspondence. 1837-1897: A...

Reply to Curtin's letter of Dec. 14 regarding Curtin's inaugural message

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: William O. Snider to Andrew G. Curtin, Wednesday, April 06, 1864 (Presents cane for Lincoln; endorsed by Curtin)
Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 3. General Correspondence. 1837-1897: Abraham Lincoln to Andrew G. Curtin, Friday, December 21, 1860 (Reply to Curtin's letter of Dec. 14 regarding Curtin's inaugural message)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 3. General Correspondence. 1837-1897: A...

Reply to Curtin's letter of Dec. 14 regarding Curtin's inaugural message

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: William O. Snider to Andrew G. Curtin, Wednesday, April 06, 1864 (Presents cane for Lincoln; endorsed by Curtin)
Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: William O. Snider to Andrew G. Curtin, Wednesday, April 06, 1864 (Presents cane for Lincoln; endorsed by Curtin)

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