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29 page pamphlet (including front and rear wrap), a disbound tract volume. A long and sustained look at slavery and the possible allowance of slavery in Kansas, at the time a territory and being considered for statehood. Lengthy citations and interpretations of the US Constitution and given, arguing that because it does not explicitly have a law allowing slavery, there must be a law passed at the state level to allow slavery. In FAIR condition. Front and rear wrap effectively detached and just hanging on. Stitch holes present along the spine. Moderate darkening along the extremities of the pages and covers, with some soiling. Several creases present. Moderate to heavy tattering along the lower and spine extremities. Several pages unopened in the interior. With mention at the Sabin record 14360.
Title: Speech of Hon. Jacob Collamer, of Vermont, on Affairs In Kansas. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 3 and 4, 1856.
Publisher: Washington DC, Printed at the Congressional Globe Office: 1856
ISBN Number: no
Binding: Original Wraps
Book Condition: Fair
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 002725
Keywords: Kansas Slavery Jacob Collamer