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Title: Indiana Magazine of History Vol. XXIV No. 1-4 (March, June, September, and December 1928)
Description: Bloomington, IN, The Department of History of Indiana University. 1928. Blue Library Buckram, 4to - Over 9 " -12" Tall. Hard Cover, Includes 4 bound issues, Vol. 24 No. 1-4 from 1928. Ex-library copy with usual stamps, stickers, and writing. Speckled textblock edges, light age staining, else very clean and tight. Light shelf wear and character soiling to binding, sunned spine. Issues No.1-4 include articles: "Lincoln in Indianapolis," "Robert Dale Owen as a Mystic," "Mary Wright, Pioneer Musician of Switzerland County," "General La Fayette in Indiana," "The Adoption of the Australian Ballot in Indiana," " The Senatorial Career of Albert J. Beveridge," "Some Letters to John G. Davis, 1857-1860," "Andrew Hoover Comes to Indiana," "The Senatorial Career of Albert J. Beveridge (Concluded)," " The Wabash and Erie Canal in Wabash County," "The Civil War Diary of Sergeant James Louis Matthews," "A Steamer Trip From Lafayette to Logansport in 1834," and others. 335pp. including index. Very Good.

Keywords: Indiana, Indiana History, Indiana Genealogy, Midwest, American Midwest, Civil War, Indiana Civil War, Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson, American States, American Revolutionary War, Indiana Documents, Indiana Historical Documents, Abraham Lincoln, Civil War, Am

Price: US$ 40.00 Seller: Clausen Books
- Book number: IB237

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