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Title: American Eloquence, Volume III. (of 4)
Studies In American Political History (1897)
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*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK AMERICAN ELOQUENCE, III. ***
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STUDIES IN AMERICAN POLITICAL HISTORY
Edited with Introduction by Alexander Johnston
Reedited by James Albert Woodburn
Volume III. (of 4)
V. --THE ANTI-SLAVERY STRUGGLE (Continued from Vol. II.)
SALMON PORTLAND CHASE On The Kansas-Nebraska Bill
--United States Senate, February 3, 1854.
EDWARD EVERETT On The Kansas-Nebraska Bill
--United States Senate, February 8, 1854.
STEPHEN ARNOLD DOUGLAS On The Kansas-Nebraska Bill
--United States Senate, March 3, 1854.
CHARLES SUMNER On The Crime Against Kansas
--United States Senate, May 20, 1856.
PRESTON S. BROOKS On The Sumner Assault
--House Of Representatives, July 14, 1856.
JUDAH P. BENJAMIN On The Property Doctrine And Slavery In The
Territories --United States Senate, March 11, 1858.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN On The Dred Scott Decision
--Springfield, Ills., June 26, 1857.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN On His Nomination To The United States Senate
--At The Republican State Convention, June 16,1858.