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Abraham Lincoln speaks in Providence, Rhode Island

Abraham Lincoln, June 3, 1860, detail
02/28/1860
The day following his famous Cooper Union Speech in New York, Abraham Lincoln continued to show himself politically in New England with a speech at the packed Railway Hall in Providence, Rhode Island.  (By John Osborne)
Source Citation: 
Percy C. Eggleston, Lincoln in New England (New York: Steward, Warren & Co., 1922), 8. 

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