Abraham Lincoln concludes his New England tour with a speech in Bridgeport, Connecticut

Abraham Lincoln concluded his speaking tour of New England in Bridgeport, Connecticut with a talk to an overflow crowd at the biggest hall in the city.  The following day he left New England and arrived home in Springfield on March 14, 1860 after a very successful effort to show himself in the East as a viable candidate for president.  He never again visited New England.  (By John Osborne)
Source Citation
Percy C. Eggleston, Lincoln in New England (New York: Steward, Warren & Co., 1922), 30. 
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Exact
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Campaigns/Elections
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