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Author: Henry Sherman
Title: Slavery in the United States of America; its national recognition and relations, from the establishment of the confederacy, to the present time. A word to the North and the South
Publisher: Hartford, Hurlburt & Pond, publishers
Subject (keywords, tags): Slavery -- United States; United States -- Politics and government 1783-1865

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Birney Anti-Slavery Collection


Contributor: The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries
Format: txt
Size: 81 kb

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