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Mary Todd Lincoln

Mary Todd Lincoln

Mary Todd Lincoln an abolitionist

  • Lincoln, Mrs. Mary, bill (H. R. No. 4) for the relief of, widow of the late President of the United States' 1866. The Congressional Globe, Senate, Thirty-Ninth Congress, 1865-1867, First Session, December 4, 1865 - July 28, 1866, F. & J. Rives page 107
  • Lincoln, Mary, widow of Abraham, increase of pension to, recommended
    1882 Blair, H. W., Pensions
    Senate bill (Jan. 24, 1882)S. B. 860
    Source: Comprehensive Index to the Publications of the United States Government (Ames), 1881-1893
  • Jewels to go: Mary Todd Lincoln collection loaned to Smithsonian 
    Volume: 51Issue: 7  Author: Tucker, Jean E.Publication Title: Library of Congress Information BulletinPages: 151Issuing Agency: Library of CongressSudoc: LC1.18: 

Abolition

Books

  • The true story of Mary, wife of Lincoln; containing the recollections of Mary Lincoln's sister Emili  STLib Stacks  E457.25 .H47   

Other Institutions

Other Institutions

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