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Civil War years of the Congressional Globe  

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The Congressional Globe: Containing the Debates, Proceedings, and Laws of... 1861-1865


Washington, D.C.

John C. Rives



13 volumes, from the First Session of the 37th Congress (1861) through the Second Session of the 38th Congress (1865). (4to) period calf-backed marbled boards. Comprising:

  • First Session of the 37th Congress. 1861. (1 volume).
  • Second Session of the 37th Congress. 1861-62. (4 volumes).
  • Third Session of the 37th Congress. 1862-63. (2 volumes).
  • First Session of the 38th Congress. 1863-64. (4 volumes).
  • Second Session of the 38th Congress. 1864-65. (2 volumes).

Also included are two earlier appendix volumes for 1851-52 & 1852-53. 15 volumes in total. 

An important chronicle of congressional activities during the Civil War.

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Bindings worn, a few institutional stamps within, no external library markings; good. Sold as is.

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