Non-extension of slavery the policy of "the fathers of the Republic" [electronic resource] : slavery allowed, though disapproved, in the old states, but absolutely prohibited in the territories and new states : effect of this policy, and its bearing upon the modern doctrine of state rights and state equality, stated and considered : speech of Hon. J.Z. Goodrich, of Mass., delivered in the Peace convention in Washington, February, 1861
- Slavery and anti-slavery: a transnational archive
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