The Nation Shall Live and Slavery Shall Die: The Presidential Election of 1864: Codie Eash
The presidential election of 1864 was one of the most significant in American history. It took place in Union states during a bloody civil war, with no precedent for voting in a divided nation, and with seemingly ample justification for postponement. Codie Eash is a 2014 graduate of Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. He is the Visitor Services Coordinator for the Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum.
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