2 edition of attitudes of the New York Irish toward state and national affairs, 1848-1892. found in the catalog.
attitudes of the New York Irish toward state and national affairs, 1848-1892.
Florence Elizabeth Gibson
|Series||Columbia University. Faculty of Political Science. Studies in history, economics and public law,, no. 563, Studies in history, economics and public law ;, no. 563.|
|LC Classifications||H31 .C7 no. 563|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
|LC Control Number||51009425|
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