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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 3, Issue 2, February 1863
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  • Our National Finances, 129-145.
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  • A Trip to Antietam, 145-160.
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  • American Destiny, 160-169.
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  • The Birth of the Lily, 169-171.
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  • Was He Successful?, 171-179.
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  • Nullification and Secession, 179-195.
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  • The Sioux War, 195-204.
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  • 'Dead!', 204-206.
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  • A Merchant's Story, 206-223.
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  • The Consequences of the Rebellion, 223-232.
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  • Mottoes for Contractors, 232-233.
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  • Sunshine in Thought, 233-237.
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  • How They Jested in the Good Old Time, 237-248.
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  • An Historical Research, respecting the Opinions of the Founders of the Republic on Negroes as Slaves, as Citizens, and as Soldiers. By George Livermore, 248-249.
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  • Like and Unlike. By A. S. Roe, 249.
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  • Titan. From the German of Jean Paul Friedrich Richter. By Charles T. Brooks, 249.
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  • Lines Left Out; or, Some of the Histories left out in 'Line upon Line', 249-250.
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  • Editor's Table, 250-256D.
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