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National anti-slavery standard. [Vol. 26, no. 35 (January 6, 1866)- v. 28, no. 34 (December 28, 1867)] [with gaps]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05825 Author/Creator: Place Written: New York Type: Newspaper Date: 1866 January 6 to 1867 December 28 Pagination: 104 issues; 63 x 48 cm.

Summary of Content: Volume 26 is missing issue numbers 43 and 47. Volume 27 is missing issue numbers 8,13,and 35. Volume 28 is missing issue number 28. The January 5, 1866, Vol. 27, no. 35 most likely contains misprint in either the date or the Volume and issue number. The issues contain information on the 14th Amendment & impeachment of [Andrew] Johnson, speeches of Sumner, women's suffrage, and advertisements for colored soldiers to collect bounties.

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Historical Era: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877

Subjects: African American HistoryAfrican American TroopsCivil WarMilitary HistoryUnion ForcesSoldier's PaySlaveryAbolitionReform MovementSuffrageWomen's HistoryUS ConstitutionUS Constitutional AmendmentGovernment and CivicsPresidentImpeachmentWomen's suffrage

Sub Era: Reconstruction

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