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The House of Representatives: Its Proper Name, Remarks, January 29, 1872.
Reform and Purity in Government: Neutral Duties. Sale of Arms to Belligerent France, Speech, February 28, 1872.
Parliamentary Law on the Appointment of Special Committees of the Senate, Two Protests, March 26 and 27, 1872.
Books on the Free Lists, Remarks, March 27, 1872.
The Nasby Letters, Introduction to Collection, April 1, 1872.
Advice to the Colored People, Letter, April 7, 1872.
Diplomatic Agents of the United States not to Accept Gifts from Foreign Powers, Remarks, May 2, 1872.
Preservation of the Park at Washington, Remarks, May 15, 1872.
Hours of Labor, Letter, May 25, 1872.
Arbitration as a Substitute for War, Resolutions, May 31, 1872.
Republicanism vs. Grantism, Speech, May 31, 1872.
Interest and Duty of Colored Citizens in the Presidential Election, Letter, July 29, 1872.
Letter to Speaker Blaine, August 5, 1872.
Retrospect and Promise, Address, August 9, 1872.
Frederick Douglass and President Grant, Letter, August 10, 1872.
Greeley or Grant? Intended Speech, September 3, 1872.
No Names of Battles with Fellow-Citizens on the Army-Register or the Regimental Colors of the United States, Bill, December 2, 1872.
Tribute to Horace Greeley, Remarks, December 3, 1872.
The Late Hon. Garrett Davis, Senator of Kentucky, Remarks, December 18, 1872.
Equality In Civil Rights, Letter, April 16, 1873.
Equal Rights of Colored Fellow-Citizens in Normal Schools, Letter, June 22, 1873.
The President of Hayti and Mr. Sumner, Letter, July 4, 1873.
International Arbitration, Letter, July 10, 1873.
A Common-School System Irrespective of Color, Letter, July 29, 1873.
Boston: Its Proper Boundaries, Letter, October 4, 1873.
Yellow Fever at Memphis and Shreveport: Aid for the Sufferers, Remarks, October 24, 1873.
The Case of the Virginius, Letter, November 15, 1873.
The Supplementary Civil-Rights Bill Again: Immediate Action Urged, Remarks, December 2, 1873.
Our Pilgrim Forefathers, Speech, December 22, 1873.
Supplementary Civil-Rights Bill: The Last Appeal, Remarks, January 27,1874.
Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874
United States - Politics and government - 1865-1877
United States - History - 1866-1898 - Reconstruction
United States - History - 1865-1898
African-Americans - Suffrage - United States - History
United States. Constitution. 15th Amendment - History
United States. Constitution. 15th Amendment.
|Title||The Works Of Charles Sumner, Vol. XV|
|Physical Description||20.3 cm. : v, 382 p., Index, plus two appendices|