Anna Ella Carroll (1815-1893), American Political Writer of Maryland

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Pages:268
ISBN:0-7734-9244-5
978-0-7734-9244-8
Price:$199.95
Biographical sketch and edited writings of Anna Ella Carroll, a politically active woman, usually a Republican, who was the architect of Lincoln's military plan to cut the CSA in half, and was the author of Lincoln's War Powers of the President.

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