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John Brown manuscripts, 1839-1943

Series V: Pamphlets

(This series contains a list of general pamphlets in the collection, for list of magazine articles and pamphlets on John Brown in the collection, see Series II)

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Box 21 The Kansas Narrative, by John Doy, New York, 1860


Box 21 View of the Minority on the Constitution of Kansas, etc. in the Senate of the U.S. (J. Collamer and B.F. Wade), 1858 February18, 1858


Box 21 The Issue Fairly Presented. Senate Bill for the admission of Kansas as a State. Published by order of the Democratic National Committee, Washington,, 1856


Box 21 Senate Document. 35th Congress, 1st Session. Report of the Committee on Territories


Box 21 Nebraska Question. Speeches in the U.S. Senate, together with the History of the Missouri Compromise. Boston,, 1854


Box 21 The Lecompton Conspiracy. Speech of Hon. John H. Bingham in the House of Representatives, 1858 January 25, 1858


Box 21 Speech of Hon. D.C. Broderick of California against Admission of Kansas under Lecompton Constitution


Box 21 The Lecompton Constitution. Speech of Hon. Calvin C. Chaffee of Massachusetts delivered in House of Representatives, 1858 February24, 1858


Box 21 Kansas--Lecompton Constitution--Speech of Hon. Z. Chandler of Michigan delivered in the House of Representatives, 1858 March12, 1858


Box 21 The "Laws" of Kansas--Speech of Hon. Schuyler Colfax of Indiana, House of Representatives, 1856 June 21, 1856


Box 21 The Kansas Question--Speech of Hon. J. Collamer of Vermont, delivered in Senate of United states, 1858 March1-2, 1858


Box 21 The Lecompton Constitution Founded Neither in Law Nor the Will of the People, delivered in the House of Representatives by Hon. Henry L. Dawes, 1858 March8, 1858


Box 21 Speech of Mr. Fessenden of Maine on The Message of the President Transmitting The Lecompton Constitution. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, 1858 February8, 1858


Box 21 Speech of the Hon. L.F.S. Foster on Lecompton Constitution in the United States Senate, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 The Rights of White Men Vindicated-Speech of the Hon. Stephen Foster of Maine in the House of Representatives, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 Speech of Mr. Giddings of Ohio upon The Issues pending Before the American People in regard to Freedom and Slavery. House of Representatives, 1858 February26, 1858


Box 21 Kansas--The Lecompton Constitution--Speech of Hon. Amos P. Granger of New York in the House of Representatives, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 Kansas--The Lecompton Constitution--Speech of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin of Maine, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 Kansas--The Lecompton Constitution--Speech of James Harlan of Iowa, United States Senate, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 The Rights of the People of Kansas--Speech of Preston King of New York in the United States Senate, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 Kansas--The Lecompton Constitution--Speech of Hon. John F. Potter of Wisconsin in the House of Representatives, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 Remarks of William H. Seward Concerning Kansas and the Constitutional Freedom of Debate, in the Senate, 1856 June, 1856


Box 21 The Immediate Admission of Kansas as a State--Speech of William H. Seward of New York in the Senate, 1856 April, 1856


Box 21 Freedom in Kansas--Speech of William H. Seward in the Senate, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 Democratic Protests against the Lecompton Fraud--Address of the Hon. F.P. Stanton of Tennessee and others, 1858 January, 1858


Box 21 Speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia on the Bill to Admit Kansas as a State under the Topeka Constitution, House of Representatives, 1856 June, 1856


Box 21 The Crime Against Kansas--Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner in the Senate, 1856 May 19-20, 1856


Box 21 The Suicide of Slavery--Speech of Hon. Eli Thayer of Massachusetts in the House of Representatives, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 The Kansas Constitution--Speech of Hon. C.B. Tompkins of Ohio in the House of Representatives, 1858 February, 1858


Box 21 The Barbarism of Slavery--Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner in the Senate, 1860 June, 1860


Box 21 Kansas--The Lecompton Constitution--Speech of Hon. Lyman Trumbull of Illinois in the Senate, 1858 March, 1858


Box 21 Power of Congress Over the Territories--Speech of David Ritchie of Pennsylvania in the House of Representatives, 1856 April, 1856


Box 21 The Central American Question--Speech of Hon. William Kellogg of Illinois in the House of Representatives, 1856 January, 1856


Box 21 The Amistad Case--Speech of Hon. DeWitt C. Leach of Michigan in House of Representatives, 1858 January, 1858


Box 21 Invasion of Harper's Ferry--Speech of Hon. Benjamin F. Wade of Ohio, United States Senate, 1859 December, 1859


Box 21 Speech of Hon. Henry Wilson of Massachusetts on the President's Message of the Lecompton Constitution, 1858 February3-4, 1858


Box 21 Are Working Men Slaves? Speech of Hon. Henry Wilson of Massachusetts, United States Senate, 1858 March, 1858