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Author: Hiram Sears
Title: The people's keepsake; or, Funeral address on the death of Abraham Lincoln ... with the principal incidents of his life
Publisher: Cincinnati, Poe & Hitchcock
Contributor: The Library of Congress
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Size: 15 kb

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