To the Reader, for the Race, Through the Press of '67. Who Will Interpret and Answer?

To the Reader, for the Race, Through the Press of '67. Who Will Interpret and Answer?

Last Night the Spirit Came to Me; Not in Dream; but in Vision. Gen Washington Stood Before Me in Citizen's Dress, Regarding Me as Though He Would Speak: and as I Passively Listened and Looked, I Felt That He Was Receiving A Communication From Other Intelligence, Through My Mediumship

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Publisher: [Berlin Heights, Ohio : s.n., 1867]
Characteristics: 1 sheet ([2] p.) (online resource) : ill. ; 37 x 14 cm
Additional Contributors: Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth 1807-1882

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