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Communication from the Secretary of War [relative to the Steps Taken to Carry Out the Provisions of the Acts of Congress "in Relation to the Arrest and Disposition of Slaves Who Have Been Recaptured from the Enemy"

By Seddon, James A

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Title: Communication from the Secretary of War [relative to the Steps Taken to Carry Out the Provisions of the Acts of Congress "in Relation to the Arrest and Disposition of Slaves Who Have Been Recaptured from the Enemy"  
Author: Seddon, James A
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Language: English
Subject: Fugitive slaves, Fugitive slaves
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1864
Publisher: Richmond

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A, S. J. (1864). Communication from the Secretary of War [relative to the Steps Taken to Carry Out the Provisions of the Acts of Congress in Relation to the Arrest and Disposition of Slaves Who Have Been Recaptured from the Enemy. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.net/


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Description: Transmitted with "Message of the President ... Nov. 28, 1864"

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