march 1869

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  • AP

    Our New President

    “It would not be strange if the whole situation bearing upon the Presidency, comprising policies, men, and measures, should be at this moment as accurately mapped out in his mind as were his great campaigns before he fought them in the field.”

  • Consumption in America (Part III)

    The final installment in a three-part series about the wasting disease now known as tuberculosis

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