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Howard, O. O.
Howard, Oliver O.
Howard, Oliver Otis
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Petroff, Ivan (1842-)
Richardson, Wilds Preston
Soldiers' National Cemetery Association
United States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs
Utley, Robert Marshall (1929- ))
Varian, George
Wells, E. Hazard
Wills, David
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Address of General Oliver O. Howard, commanding the Department of the Columbia, at the decoration of the soldiers' graves in the Military Cemetery at Vancouver Barracks, W.T., May 31, 1880.
Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general, United States Army
century magazine
Compilation of narratives of explorations in Alaska ....
Famous Indian chiefs I have known
Fighting for humanity, or, Camp and quarter-deck
Henry in the war; or, The model volunteer
Isabella of Castile.
Letter from the superintendent of Freedmen's Bureau, etc. : in answer to a resolution of the House of February 11, 1870, in relation to the amount expended in the execution of said office.
Life of Wm. Tecumseh Sherman ...
lives and campaigns of Grant and Lee. A comparison and contrast of the deeds and characters of the two great leaders in the civil war., The
Map of the division of the north half of a tract of land called "St. Elisabeth," situated on the east side of the Anacostia River in the county of Washington, D.C. : surveyed into one acre lots for sale to freedmen
My life and experiences among our hostile Indians
nation's capital, The : an address delivered by Gen. O.O. Howard, U.S.A., at First Congregational Church Washington, February 22, 1872.
Nez Perce Joseph an account of his ancestors, his lands, his confederates, his enemies, his murders, his war, his pursuit and capture
O. O. Howard papers
Oration of Major-General O.O. Howard, and speech of His Excellency, A.G. Curtin ...
Revised report made to the legislature of Pennsylvania, relative to the Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg, embracing an account of the origin of the undertaking; address of Hon. Edward Everett, at its consecration, with the dedicatory speech of President Lincoln, and the other exercises of that event; together with the address of Maj. Gen. O.O. Howard, deliverd July 4, 1866 [i.e. 1865], upon the dedication of the Soldiers' National Monument and the other proceedings upon that occasion.
story of the war of 1898, The