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Pierce, Franklin
Pierce, Franklin (Pres. U.S.)
Dates: 
1804-1869
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Cartographic material
Language material
Related names: 
Estados Unidos Presidente (1853-1857: Pierce)
Estados Unidos Presidente (1853-1857: Pierce) (see also from)
Ray, Perley Orman (1875-)
Samuel Bagster and Sons
Sloan, Irving J.
Taylor, Zachary (1784-1850)
United States President (1853-1857 : Pierce) (see also from)
United States. President (1853-1857 : Pierce)
Van Buren, Martin (1782-1862)
Washington, George (1732-1799)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
american presidency, the
Bible.
copy of a letter, written to the president of the United States, on slave emancipation, A : Indiana House, Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 2, 1854, to his excellency, Franklin Pierce ...
democratic machine, 1850–1854., the
Franklin Pierce 14th president of the United States.
Franklin Pierce, 1804-1869; chronology, documents, bibliographical aids.
Franklin Pierce papers
franklin pierce, young hickory of the granite hills
Holy Bible; containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized version, The
impending crisis, 1848–1861, the
Index to the Franklin Pierce Papers
jefferson davis, unconquerable heart.
Maps and views to accompany message and documents, 1855-6
Message from the President of The United States to the Two Houses Congress, at the Commencement of the First Session of the Thirty-Fourth Congress. Part IV, Illustations belonging to reports accompanying the message
Message from the President of The United States to the Two Houses Congress, at the Commencement of the third Session of the Thirty-Fourth Congress
Message of the president of the United States to the Thirty-third Congress.
Presidential inaugural speeches
record of a month., The
Some papers of Franklin Pierce, 1852-1862
Special message of President Pierce to the House of representatives of the United States; transmitting his objections to the bill to provide for the ascertainment and satisfaction of claims of American citizens for spoliations committed by the French prior to the thirty-first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and one. February 17, 1855.
Veto message of the President of the United States : on the indigent Insane Land Bill : communicated to the Senate, May 3, 1854.
white house studies
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