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New Hampshire. Senate. Resolutions of the Legislature of New Hampshire in relation to slavery and the domestic slave trade.

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC00267.037 Author/Creator: New Hampshire. Senate. Place Written: New Hampshire Type: Pamphlet Date: 19 February 1847 Pagination: 1 p. ; 22.3 x 14.3 cm.

Summary of Content: 29th Congress, 2d session, document no. 155. Opposes slavery in the territories, favors abolition in the District of Columbia and abolition of the domestic slave trade. Signed in print by John P. Hale as Speaker of the House, James U. Parker as President of the Senate, Anthony Colby as Governor, and George G. Fogg as Secretary of State. Approved 10 July 1846.

People: New Hampshire. Senate

Historical Era: National Expansion and Reform, 1815-1860

Subjects: CongressLawSlaveryAfricaAfrican American HistoryAbolitionReform MovementWashington, D.C.Westward Expansion

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