1860 Freedom National Slavery Sectional SPEECH of Hon. S.H. Hammond In Senate
1860 Freedom National Slavery Sectional SPEECH of Hon. S.H. Hammond In Senate:
1860 Freedom National Slavery Sectional SPEECH of Hon. S.H. Hammond In Senate 1860 Freedom National --- Slavery Sectional. SPEECH of the Hon. S. H. Hammond, Governors Message In Senate February 1860-Dated, IN SENATE Imprint titled, Speech of the Hon. S.H. Hammond (Samuel H.), as a Member of the New York State Senate (27th D.) in 1860 and 1861., published Albany (N.Y.) : Weed, Parsons & Co., 1860. Choice Very Fine. Samuel Haight Hammond (1809 - 1878) was an American lawyer, author, newspaper editor and politician from New York. He entered politics as an Abolitionist, then joined successively the Democratic Party, the Whig Party, the Whigs' Silver Grey faction, the American Party and finally became a Republican. This Black History, Civil War Era original Imprint, Speech of the Hon. S.H. Hammond, of the 27th Senate District, on the Governors Message., measuring 5.5 x 8.75, 14 pages, complete, prior owners name J Callanaugh at upper right. A rarely encountered printing of this important, passionate speech by the New York Abolitionist Senator in the days just prior to the start of conflict in the American Civil War. Item Number: 102483 ADD Early_American_sales to your list of FAVORITE SELLER VIEW Other sale Items offered by Early_American_sales Complete Table of Contents, Current Offerings and Additional Images can be found at Early American History sales online Over 1,000 items currently online !