“Dialogue between an Old-fashioned Jacksonian Democrat and a Copperhead”

William Alexander. From Elements of Discord in Secessia, No. 15, in Pamphlets issued by the Loyal Publication Society, by Loyal Publication Society. 1864.

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The Loyal Publication Society was founded in New York and Boston in 1863 to bolster public support for the Union effort through news articles and editorials. This dialogue is meant to show division within the Democratic Party.

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Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title Dialogue between an Old-fashioned Jacksonian Democrat and a Copperhead
Publication Title Elements of Discord in Secessia, No. 15
Short Title Jacksonian Democrat vs. Copperhead, 1864
Book Title Elements of Discord in Secessia, No. 15, in Pamphlets issued by the Loyal Publication Society
Place of Publication New York
Publisher Edward O. Jenkins
Creator William Alexander
Publication Creator Loyal Publication Society
Publication Date 1864
Pages pp. 13–16
Call Number Dawes J 5834 .528
Location General Collections 2nd floor