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Abraham Lincoln Wins the 1860 Election... a 1st report...

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November 07, 1860

THE NEW YORK HERALD, November 7, 1860

* Abraham Lincoln elected President of the United States
* Historic 1st report

* Pre-Civil War original

Front page heads at the top of the first column announce the result of the historic presidential election of 1860:

* The Result
* End Of The Great National Contest
* Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois Elected President And Hannibal Hamlin, Of Maine Elected Vice President Of The United States
* Overwhelming Majorities in the Interior for the Republicans
* Anti-Republican Majority in the Next Congress
* The Political Aspect of the State Legislature" "How Will They Meet The Crisis?

& more.

Includes the latest return of the electoral votes that show Lincoln with 169 votes, plus the names of the Senators & Representatives of "The Next Congress" & "The New State Governments".

Some local & county election returns as well.

Some lite staining in the last column & lower right corner & in the upper margin small ink notation at the top of the upper margin, some lite even foxing, otherwise in nice condition. 8 pages.

Category: Pre-Civil War