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Text in two columns; Morse's reply expresses the view that the corner-stone of the U.S. government is the inequality of the white and black races. He quotes from Lincoln's Address on colonization to a deputation of Negroes, Aug. 14, 1862. The Emancipation proclamation is seen as a threat to that cornerstone.
Williams, Frank J.; Williams, Virginia
12 pages ;23 cm.
Crosby, Edward N--Correspondence; Morse, Samuel Finley Breese, 1791-1872--Correspondence.; Slavery--United States.; United States--Politics and government--1861-1865.
[Physical ID#]: [Item Title], Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, Mississippi State University Libraries.
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Papers from the Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge ;no. 4
Stern 2590 ; not in Monaghan.
E458.S67 no.4 1863
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New York :Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge
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