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NA 707 R6

Object Type: Library

Image of CS 6 L37 1986

CS 6 L37 1986

Object Type: Library

Image of E 164 W44 1799a Vol. I

E 164 W44 1799a Vol. I

Object Type: Library

Image of E 410.6 S93 Vol. VIII - Benjamin Franklin and John Slidell at Paris, Article in Atlantic Monthly, November 1863.

Victory and Peace through Emancipation, Letter, December 18, 1863.

The Mayflower and the Slave Ship, Letter, December 21, 1863.

Commutation for the Draft: Difference between Rich and Poor, Remarks, January 8, January 12, June 20, 1864 and February 7, 1865.

Special Committee on Slavery and Freedmen, Resolution, January 13, 1864.

Foundation of a Free Public Library in Boston, Letter, January 20, 1864.

Loyalty in the Senate: The Iron-Clad Oath for Senators, Speech, January 25, 1864.

The Late Hon. John W. Noell, Representative from Missouri, Remarks, February 1,1864.

Reconstruction Again, Resolutions, February 8, 1864.

Prayer of One Hundred Thousand, Speech, February 9, 1864.

Equal Pay of Colored Soldiers, Remarks, February 10, 29, and June 11, 1864.

Opening of the Street-Cars to Colored Person, speeches, February 10, March 17, June 21, 1864.

Wrong and Unconstitutionality of Fugitive Slave Acts, Report, February 29, 1864.

Exclusion of Witnesses on account of Color, Report, February 29, 1864.

The Mission to Belgium, Speech, March 15, 1864.

Consular Pupils, Speech, March 15, 1864.

The late Hon. Owen Lovejoy, Speech, March 29, 1864.

Colored Suffrage in the territory of Montana, Speeches, March 31 and May 19, 1864.

Claims on France for Spoliations of American Commerce Prior to July 31, 1801, Report, April 4, 1864.

No Property in Man, Speech, April 8, 1864.

Caste and Prejudice of Color, Letter, April 16, 1864.

Final Repeal of all Fugitive Slave Acts, Speech, April 19, 1864.

The National Banks and the Currency, Speeches, April 27 and May 5, 1864.

Branch Mints and Coinage, Speech, April 29, 1864.

Reform in the Civil Service, Bill, April 30, 1864.

Colored Suffrage in Washington, Remarks, May 12, 26, 27, 28, 1864.

Vote of Both Houses of Congress Necessary to Readmission of Rebel States, Resolution, May 27, 1864.

No Tax on Books, Remarks, June 2 and 6, 1864.

Creation of the Freedmen's Bureau, Speeches, June 8, 14, 15, 1864, and February 13, 21, 22, 1865.

E 410.6 S93 Vol. VIII - Benjamin Franklin and John Slidell at Paris, Article in Atlantic Monthly, November 1863. Victory and Peace through Emancipation, Letter, December 18, 1863. The Mayflower and the Slave Ship, Letter, December 21, 1863. Commutation for the Draft: Difference between Rich and Poor, Remarks, January 8, January 12, June 20, 1864 and February 7, 1865. Special Committee on Slavery and Freedmen, Resolution, January 13, 1864. Foundation of a Free Public Library in Boston, Letter, January 20, 1864. Loyalty in the Senate: The Iron-Clad Oath for Senators, Speech, January 25, 1864. The Late Hon. John W. Noell, Representative from Missouri, Remarks, February 1,1864. Reconstruction Again, Resolutions, February 8, 1864. Prayer of One Hundred Thousand, Speech, February 9, 1864. Equal Pay of Colored Soldiers, Remarks, February 10, 29, and June 11, 1864. Opening of the Street-Cars to Colored Person, speeches, February 10, March 17, June 21, 1864. Wrong and Unconstitutionality of Fugitive Slave Acts, Report, February 29, 1864. Exclusion of Witnesses on account of Color, Report, February 29, 1864. The Mission to Belgium, Speech, March 15, 1864. Consular Pupils, Speech, March 15, 1864. The late Hon. Owen Lovejoy, Speech, March 29, 1864. Colored Suffrage in the territory of Montana, Speeches, March 31 and May 19, 1864. Claims on France for Spoliations of American Commerce Prior to July 31, 1801, Report, April 4, 1864. No Property in Man, Speech, April 8, 1864. Caste and Prejudice of Color, Letter, April 16, 1864. Final Repeal of all Fugitive Slave Acts, Speech, April 19, 1864. The National Banks and the Currency, Speeches, April 27 and May 5, 1864. Branch Mints and Coinage, Speech, April 29, 1864. Reform in the Civil Service, Bill, April 30, 1864. Colored Suffrage in Washington, Remarks, May 12, 26, 27, 28, 1864. Vote of Both Houses of Congress Necessary to Readmission of Rebel States, Resolution, May 27, 1864. No Tax on Books, Remarks, June 2 and 6, 1864. Creation of the Freedmen's Bureau, Speeches, June 8, 14, 15, 1864, and February 13, 21, 22, 1865.

Object Type: Library