The Long Drama from '76 to '83 : A Centennial Poem. Read by the author at Washington's Headquarters, October 18, 1883, on the occasion of the Centennial Celebration commemorating the closing events of the Revolutionary Army.
New York: Bryant Literary Union, 1883. First printing. Ephemera. "With banners bright, with roll of drums, With pride and pomp and civic state, A nation, born of courage, comes the closing act to celebrate... And let the glad centennials form one long Millennial of Peace."
Large 12mo, 8pp, single sided, stiff printed paper wrappers silk tie binding. Covers dusty, internally clean. OCLC: 83196010, 5 copies. Very good condition. Item #27705
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