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Colbath, Jeremiah Jones
Wilson, Henry
Wilson, Henry (Senator)
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African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Robinson, William S. (1818-1876)
Robinson, William Stevens (1818-1876)
Smith, Gerrit (1797-1874)
Smith, Lucius E. (1822-1900)
Smith, Lucius Edwin (1822-1900)
Sumner, Charles (1811-1874)
U.S. Congress
Wright, Henry Clarke (1797-1870)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
administration vindicated. Speech of Senator Wilson, at the Cooper Institute, New York., The
campaign of 1860, comprising the speeches of Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, Henry Wilson, Benjamin F. Wade, Carl Schurz, Charles Sumner, William M. Evarts, &c., The
contribution to history, A : Edwin M. Stanton, his character and public services on the eve of rebellion, as presented in a series of papers
draft, The : speech of Hon. Henry Wilson of Massachusetts, at Goshen, Orange Co., N.Y., October 22, 1863.
Extract from a speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith, to his neighbors in Peterboro, New York, June 22, 1872.
Henry Wilson papers
History of the antislavery measures of the Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth United-States Congresses, 1861-64
History of the reconstruction measures of the Thirty-ninth and Fortieth Congresses, 1865-68
History of the rise and fall of the slave power in America
How ought working men to vote in the coming election?
No rights, no duties: or, Slaveholders, as such, have no rights; slaves, as such, owe no duties. An answer to a letter from Hon. Henry Wilson, touching resistance to slaveholders, being the right and duty of the slaves, and of the people and states of the North.
relation of churches and ministers to the temperance cause., The
Republican and Democratic parties: what they have done, and what they propose to do. Speech of Hon. Henry Wilson ... at ... Bangor, Me., August 27, 1868., The
Republican party's fidelity to the interests of labor. History of the eight-hour law. Grant and Wilson its faithful supporters., The
Semi weekly republican
Territorial slave code speech of Hon. Henry Wilson of Massachusetts delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 25, 1860