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Powers of the government of the United States [electronic resource] : federal, state, and territorial : speech of Hon. James A. Stewart, of Maryland, on African slavery : its status -- natural, moral, social, legal, and, constitutional : and, the origin, progress, present condition, and future destiny of the United States considered in connection with African slavery as a part of its social system : with the bearings of that institution upon the interests of all sections of the Union and upon the African race /

delivered in the House of Representatives, July 23, 1856.

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Main Author: Stewart, James Augustus
Published: Washington [D.C.] : Printed at the Congressional globe office, 1856.
Topics: Slavery - Political aspects - United States - Speeches in Congress. | Slavery - United States - Extension to the territories - Speeches in Congress. | Slaves - Legal status, laws, etc - United States - Speeches in Congress. | Slave trade - Africa - Speeches in Congress. | Kansas-Nebraska bill - Speeches in Congress.
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Location & Availability for: Powers of the government of the United S