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Republican National Convention of 1892: Secondary Sources: Books & Articles


"The Republican National Convention in Minneapolis," by Ken Green.
In Hennepin History, vol. 55, no. 4 (autumn 1996): pp. 22-29.
MNHS call number: Reading Room F 612 .H52 v55:4

African Americans and the 1892 Republican National Convention, Minneapolis," by Iric Nathanson.
Under the lengthening shadow of Jim Crow, African American delegates and local citizens take a stand for human rights amidst the usual convention hoopla.
In Minnesota History, vol. 61, no. 2 (summer 2008): pp. 76-82.
MNHS call number: Digital Copy

"'The Ballot Has Been Fought and Won': The 1892 Republican Convention," by Iric Nathanson.
In Hennepin History, vol. 65, no. 3 (fall 2006): pp. 16-29.
MNHS call number: Reading Room F 612 .H52 v.65:3

"Convention City: The Republicans in Minneapolis, 1892," by June Drenning Holmquist.
In Minnesota Historyvol. 35, no. 2 (June 1956): pp. 64-76.
MNHS call number:  Digital Copy


My Memories of Eighty Years, by Chauncey M. Depew.
New York: Scribner's Sons, 1922.
Depew seconded the nomination of Harrison at the convention.
MNHS call number: E 664 .D4 D39

The Presidential Campaign and Election of 1892, by George Harmon Knoles.
Stanford University, 1942.
MNHS call number: E 705 .K57

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