American Civil War. Memories of incidents connected with the origin and culmination of the rebellion that threatened the existence of the national government:--including reminiscences of the course of the rebel leaders in Congress and in the National Democratic convention which immediately preceded the outburst of rebellion; together with movement in and concerning the Army of the Potomac during the first two years of the war;--including the proposition made in a speech at the Astor House, in New York, in November, 1861, when, in company with Simon Cameron ... General John Cochrane ... first publicly advocated the arming of the slaves in the war for the Union

Chicago citation style
Cochrane, John, 1813-1898. American Civil War. Memories of incidents connected with the origin and culmination of the rebellion that threatened the existence of the national government:--including reminiscences of the course of the rebel leaders in Congress and in the National Democratic convention which immediately preceded the outburst of rebellion; together with movement in and concerning the Army of the Potomac during the first two years of the war;--including the proposition made in a speech at the Astor House, in New York, in November, 1861, when, in company with Simon Cameron ... General John Cochrane ... first publicly advocated the arming of the slaves in the war for the Union. 1879. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008728256. (Accessed December 19, 2018.)
APA citation style
Cochrane, John, 1813-1898, (1879) American Civil War. Memories of incidents connected with the origin and culmination of the rebellion that threatened the existence of the national government:--including reminiscences of the course of the rebel leaders in Congress and in the National Democratic convention which immediately preceded the outburst of rebellion; together with movement in and concerning the Army of the Potomac during the first two years of the war;--including the proposition made in a speech at the Astor House, in New York, in November, 1861, when, in company with Simon Cameron ... General John Cochrane ... first publicly advocated the arming of the slaves in the war for the Union. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008728256
MLA citation style
Cochrane, John, 1813-1898. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008728256>.
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