Unknown [Reconstruction leaflet denouncing the Freedman’s Bureau and supporting Andrew Johnson]

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Reconstruction leaflet: One side denounces the funding Congress passed in the Freedman’s Bureau Bill as support for ”lazy negros.” The other argues the money is needed for the national debt and praises President Johnson’s veto of the bill.


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