American state papers : documents, legislative and executive of the Congress of the United States

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  • Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2016
  • Washington, D.C. : Northern Micrographics for Brookhaven Press,


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Digital images of original published: Washington, D.C. : Gales and Seaton, 1832-1861. 38 volumes.

Walter Lowrie and Asbury Dickins were secretaries of the Senate.

Library has: Class 1-10

Includes indexes at end of each volume.

Contents: Class 1: Foreign relations, 1st-20th Cong. 1st session, 30 Apr 1789-24 May 1820, 6 v. -- Class 2: Indian affairs, 1st-19th Cong., 25 May 1789-1 Mar 1827, 2 v. -- Class 3: Finance, 1st-20th Cong. 1st session, 11 Apr 1789-16 May 1828, 5 v. -- Class 4: Commerce and navigation, 1st-17th Cong., 13 Apr 1789-25 Feb 1823, 2 v. -- Class 5: Military affairs, 1st-25th Cong. 2nd session, 10 Aug 1789- 1 Mar 1838, 7 v. -- Class 6: Naval affairs, 3rd-24th Cong. 1st session, 20 Jan 1794-15 June 1836, 4 v. -- Class 7: Postoffice department, 1st Cong. 2nd session-22nd Cong., 22 Jan 1790-21 Feb 1883 1 v. -- Class 8: Public lands, 1st-24th Cong., 31 July 1790-28 Feb 1837, 8 v. -- Class 9: Claims, 1st Cong. 2nd session-17th Cong., 5 Feb 1790-3 Mar 1823, 1 v. -- Class 10: Miscellaneous, 1st-17th Cong., 17 Apr 1789-3 Mar 1823.

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