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Amistad Trial Home Page
 
An Account of the Amistad Case
 
Dred Scott v. John F. A. Sandford, December 1856
 
Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1856
 
GA Federal Union, 31 March 1857 – The Issue Must be Met
 
IL State Register, 12 March 1857 – Dred Scott's Case
 
Illegality of Slavery, 1846
 
KY Journal, 16 March 1857 – The Decision in the Dred Scott Case
 
Legal Argument For the Deliverance of Persons from Bondage
 
MS Courier, 14 March 1857 – The Dred Scott Case and the Missouri Compromise
 
NH Patriot, 18 March 1857 – Black Republicanism vs. the Constitution
 
NY Evening Journal, 7 March 1857 – Opinions of the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott Case
 
NY Evening Journal, 9 March 1857 – The Issue Forced Upon Us
 
NY Evening Journal, 10 March 1857 – Half a Million Citizens Disfranchised
 
NY Evening Journal, 10 March 1857 – The Opinion of Chief Justice Taney
 
NY Evening Journal, 11 March 1857 – The Conspiracy against Freedom
 
NY Evening Journal, 19 March 1857 – Slaveholder Control of the Bench
 
NY Tribune, 11 March 1857 – Recent Supreme Court Deceision
 
NY Tribune, 12 March 1857 – The Assumption
 
OH Daily Enquirer, 8 March 1857 – Supreme Court on the Slavery Question
 
Ohio v. Birney, 1837 – Anti-Slavery Articles
 
PA Gazette, 7 March 1857 – The Decision in the Case of Dred Scott
 
SC Mercury, 17 March 1857 – The Past and the Future
 
SC Mercury, 27 March 1857 – The Millennium at Last
 
Slave Codes of the State of Georgia, 1848
 
Somerset v Stewart, Lofft – King's Bench
 
The Alabama Supreme Court on Slaves
 
The Amistad Affair – A Trial History
 
The Amistad Case, Jan. 1841 – Supreme Court Arguments and Decision
 
Treatise on the Unconstitutionality of American Slavery, 1849
 
Unconstitutionality of Slavery, 1860
 
VA Enquirer, 10 March 1857 – Dred Scott Case
 
VA Enquirer, 13 March 1857 – Supreme Court vs. the Abolitionists
 
VA Enquirer, 17 March 1857 – Agitation of the Slavery Question
 
WI Republican Journal, 31 March 1857 – The New Era
 

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