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On Lincoln's inauguration, his administration, and more...

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March 04, 1861

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, March 4, 1861  This was the day Lincoln was inaugurated, and there is much content within on Lincoln, the new administration, the Republican platform, and more.
Page 4 has a lengthy editorial headed: "March 4th, 1861" which begins: "At length we greet the long-expected day, Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin will, ere night, be inaugurated President and Vice President of the United States..." with much more.
Included as well is the lengthy: "Republican National Platform Adopted at Chicago, 1860". And page 5 has much on: "The New Cabinet" plus comments on the  coming inaugural address, The inauguration ball, visitors to the Capital, and much more. Then also: "The Policy of the New Administration" and various reports from the Confederate Congress.
Page 3 has an interesting account: "Rescue of a Fugitive Slave" with details.
Eight pages, water staining to most of the issue but causing no loss of readability. Otherwise in good condition.

Category: Yankee