'Addenda to the Municipalist'. Pamphlet. Civil War, New York, Maurice A. Richter.

'Addenda to the Municipalist'. Pamphlet.

New York: G. Savage, 1862. Civil War era addenda to the Municipalist, a New York magazine, published following the "Separation of the United States". The first sentence reads, "Since the preceding Letters have been published the United States of America have been dissevered, and a new federation, under the name of Confederate States of America, formed". The Municipalist was first published in 1858; the second edition in 1859.

Contents include secession, enforced union, convention of the states, Abolitionists, Shay's Rebellion, the United States a great people, no nation; and more.

Plain paper wrappers. 16mo, [303-348]pp, [1]pp, "Some Private Opinions". Stitched. Sabin 51330. OCLC: 950932219, one copy at the American Antiquarian Society. Fine. Item #23685

Price: $145.00

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