Author: United States. Circuit Court (1st Circuit)
Title: Slavery & the slave trade : from Judge Story's charge to the Grand Jury of the U.S. Circuit Court, in Portsmouth, N.H.--May term 1820
Publisher: [Portsmouth, N.H.? : s.n.
Subject (keywords, tags): Slavery -- United States; Slave trade -- United States
Birney Anti-Slavery Collection
Contributor: The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries
Size: 10 kb
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