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Giddings, J. R.
Giddings, Joshua R.
Giddings, Joshua Reed
Giddings, Joshua Reed (Mr)
Whig of Ohio
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Marsh, John (1788-1868)
Member of Congress ([from old catalog])
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Printed Ephemera Collection (Library of Congress)
Smith, Gerrit (1797-1874)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Baltimore platforms--slavery question speech of Hon. Joshua R. Giddings of Ohio in the House of Representatives, June 23, 1852
Exiles of florida, or, the crimes committed by our government against the maroons who fled from south carolina and other slave states, seeking protection under spanish laws
History of the rebellion its authors and causes
issue--its history., The
Joshua R. Giddings and George Washington Julian papers
Joshua R. Giddings and the tactics of radical politics
Letter from Gerrit Smith to Rev. Dr. John Marsh ; Letter from Gerrit Smith to Joshua R. Giddings
Letter from Hon. J.R. Giddings upon the duty of anti-slavery men in the present crisis
Our domestic policy speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings on the reference of the President's message, made December 9, 1850, in committee of the whole on the state of the Union
Pacificus, the rights and privileges of the several states in regard to slavery being a series of essays published in the Western reserve chronicle (Ohio) after the election of 1842
Payment for slaves.
Rights of the free states subverted, or, an enumeration of some of the most prominent instances in which the federal constitution has been violated by our national government for the benefit of slavery
Speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings of Ohio on Cuban annexation delivered in the House of Representatives, December 14, 1852
Speech of Hon. Joshua R. Giddings, of Ohio, on the Oregon question Delivered in the House of Representatives, Monday, January 5, 1846
Speech of Mr. Giddings of Ohio upon adopting the rule of the House excluding petitions in relation to slavery, House of Representatives, February 13, 1844
Speeches in Congress