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ISNI: 
0000 0000 6317 2353
Name: 
Edward L. Pierce (American politician)
Edward L. Pierce (Amerikaans schrijver (1829-1897))
Edward L. Pierce (amerikansk politikar og skribent)
Edward L. Pierce (amerikansk politiker och författare)
Edward L. Pierce (amerikansk politiker og skribent)
Edward L. Pierce (personnalité politique américaine)
Pierce, E. L.
Pierce, Edward
Pierce, Edward Lillie
ادوارد ال. پیرس (نویسنده و سیاست‌مدار آمریکایی)
Dates: 
1829-1897
Creation class: 
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Text
Creation role: 
author
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Related names: 
Cunningham, Anne Rowe
Massachusetts Historical Society
Rowe, John (1715-1787)
Stevens, A. W.
Sumner, Charles (1811-1874)
United States. Department of the Treasury
Walker, Timothy (1802-1856)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
diplomatic fiasco., A
Effect of proscriptive or extreme legislation against foreigners in Massachusetts and New England, on free labor, free states, and the cause of freedom and Republicanism in the West : letter of Edward L. Pierce, Esq., of Chicago, containing important statistics in regard to the foreign vote at the presidential election : together with extracts from the report of the minority of the committee of the Massachusetts Legislature, presenting their reasons for proposing a residence of two years after naturalization, instead of fourteen years in the United States, before foreigners can acquire the right to vote and hold office.
Enfranchisement and citizenship: Addresses and papers
freedmen of Port Royal, South-Carolina. Official reports of Edward L. Pierce., The
Introduction to American law : designed as a first book for students
Letters and diary of John Rowe : Boston merchant, 1759-1762, 1764-1779
Major John Lillie, 1755-1801 [microform] : The Lillie family of Boston, 1663-1896
Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner
obligations of the citizen, The
Recollections as a source of history : a paper read by Edward L. Pierce before the Massachusetts Historical Society, March 12, 1896.
treatise on American railroad law, A
two systems of government proposed for the rebel states, The : speech of Edward L. Pierce, at the Town House, Milton, October 31, 1868.
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BOWKER
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