Comic History of the United States
by Livingston Hopkins
Publisher: G. W. Carleton & co 1876
Number of pages: 236
The author hired a vacant lot on Nassau street, and fenced it in, and there, surrounded by the paraphernalia of literature and art, he went to work with pen and pencil to jot down the leading incidents of American history to the best of a somewhat defective memory.
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