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12mo; original stapled & printed brown wrappers. Articles on Kelley's Army and the Populist movement. In 1894, Gen. Charles T. Kelly took command of this "industrial army" of 600 unemployed men in Oakland, California with the plan of crossing the country to Washington, D.C. in order to petition Congress. It attained its greatest numbers and the height of its popularity in western Iowa.
Title: The Palimpsest Vol. IV, No. 10, October 1923
Publisher: Iowa City, Iowa, State Historical Society of Iowa: 1923
Book Condition: Ex-lib; small stamps on upper & lower edge of front cover; sticker removal shadow; otherwise very good condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 1069
Keywords: Western Americana Iowa History Periodical State & Local History United States History