Northern Leadership in Missouri in 1861 : The Influence of Frank Blair, Captain Nathaniel Lyon and Major General John C. Fremont
Carroll, Stephen Graham
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SubjectBlair, Frank P. (Frank Preston),1821-1875--Politics and government; Lyon, Nathaniel, d. 1861--Politics and government; Frémont, John Charles,1813-1890--Politics and government; Political leadership--Missouri--19th century--Influence
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