Two Pageants: A Discourse Delivered in the First Eng. Evan. Lutheran Church, Pittsburgh, PA., Thursday, June 1st, 1865
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This sermon, delivered during Krauth’s time in Appalachia, is a eulogy for Abraham Lincoln. The first of the “two pageants” mentioned in the title took place on February 21, 1861, when the newly-elected president traveled from New York to Philadelphia. The second took place on April 22, 1865, when Lincoln’s body was taken from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Philadelphia (pp. 5-6).
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Krauth, Charles Porterfield, "Two Pageants: A Discourse Delivered in the First Eng. Evan. Lutheran Church, Pittsburgh, PA., Thursday, June 1st, 1865" (1865). Krauth, Charles Porterfield, 1823-1883. 7.