Wlliam Gilmore Simms
Scrapbook E (Part II) >> [Page 65] >> Cuba: Its Commercial and Military Importance to the United States / Saratoga Springs / From the Rocky Mountains / Singular Lakes in this State / The Tables Turned (Five Items)

Item informationTitle: Cuba: Its Commercial and Military Importance to the United States / Saratoga Springs / From the Rocky Mountains / Singular Lakes in this State / The Tables Turned (Five Items)
Genre: Journalism
Publication informationVolume: E (Part II)
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      Digitization Digital collection: William Gilmore Simms Digital Collection
      Rights: Digital Copyright © 2013, The University of South Carolina. All rights reserved. For more information contact The South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208
      Resource Identifier: SE2_18xx_156
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      Description ''Mr. J.S. Thrasher, of this city, offered certain re— ...''

      Clipping reads: [text of previous article] | [rule] | CUBA: | ITS COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY IMPORTANCE TO | THE UNITED STATES. | [bracket] From the New Orleans Delta [close bracket] [text of ''Cuba: Its Commercial and Military Importance to the United States''] | [double rule] | Saratoga Springs. | [bracket] From the Albany Journal, Aug 15. [close bracket] | [text of ''Saratoga Springs''] | [rule] | From the Rocky Mountains. | [text of 'From the Rocky Mountains] | SINGULAR LAKES IN THIS STATE| [text of ''Singular Lakes in this State''] | THE TABLES TURNED. | [text of ''The Tables Turned'']
      Notes Position: whole page, clipping folded over

      This clipping consists of five different essays, each dealing with vastly different topics. The content ranges from a discussion of the annexation of Cuba to landscape and scenery to racial issues at ball in Saratoga. This clipping likely came from an unidentified issue of the New York Herald.