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Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro

edited by Helen Tunnicliff Catterall
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
New York, New York : Negro Universities Press, 1968
5 v.


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Reprint of the 1926 edition published by the Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Vols. 4-5 "with additions by James J. Hayden."

Includes index.

Contents: v. 1. Cases from the courts of England, Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky -- v. 2. Cases from the courts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee -- v. 3. Cases from the courts of Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana -- v. 4. Cases from the courts of New England, the middle States, and the District of Columbia -- v. 5. Cases from the courts of States north of the Ohio and west of the Mississippi Rivers, Canada and Jamaica.

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