Hyman Collection – File Box 8 – Civil War and Reconstruction

HYMAN COLLECTION

FILE BOX #8CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION Card 1“Another Letter from Grant.” New York Evening Herald (3 January 1868): n.p.”Howard’s Report on Stanton–General Grant and Stanton.” National Intelligencer (11 January 1868): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton, Johnson, impeachment proceedings (eighty-four pieces).

Moore, Colonel W.S. Holograph notes from 17 January 1868 cabinet meeting (one piece) (note: Moore was President Andrew Johnson’s private secretary).

Perdue, M. Kathleen. “Salmon P. Chase and the Impeachment Trial of Andrew Johnson.” The Historian 27 (Nov. 1964): 75-92.

“The Stanton Affair.” Boston Commonwealth (15 January 1868): n.p.

Trefousse, Hans L. “The Acquittal of Andrew Johnson and the Decline of the Radicals.” Civil War History 14 (June 1968): 148-61.

Wright, Elizur. “Removing the Non-Executive.” Boston Commonwealth (13 March 1868): n.p.

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“At the White House.” Chronicle (27 February 1868): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton, Johnson, impeachment proceedings (100+ pieces).

Ross, Edmund G. “The Impeachment Trial.” (pamphlet from the “Historic Moments” series of Scribner’s Magazine, n.d.).

“The Situation.” National Intelligencer (24 February 1868): n.p.

“The Stanton-Thomas Case.” National Intelligencer (27 February 1868): n.p.

“Suit Against Mr. Stanton.” National Intelligencer (29 February 1868): n.p.

“The War Department.” Chronicle (23 February 1868): n.p.

“The War Department Difficulty.” Chronicle (26 February 1868): n.p.

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Warden, W.W. Testimony before the Select Committee on February 21, 1867 (Washington, DC) (note: Warden wrote for the New York Times and Baltimore Sun newspapers).

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“He Served Stanton. Louis Koerth Tells About the War Secretary.” New York Commercial Advertiser (24 March 1903): n.p. (note: Koerth was Stanton’s bodyguard in 1868).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton, Johnson, impeachment proceedings (forty-eight pieces).

Murphy, Paul L. “Misgovernment by Judiciary? (review of Kurland’s Watergate and the Constitution). Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 14 (Feb. 1979): 783-99.

“The War Department Difficulty.” Baltimore Gazette (4 Feb. 1868): n.p. (original, brittle).

“The War Department Difficulty.” Baltimore Gazette (10 Feb. 1868): n.p. (original, brittle).

“What Does It Mean?” National Intelligencer (16 March 1868): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton, Johnson, impeachment proceedings, April 1868 (twenty-seven pieces).

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“Latest News. From Washington.” Baltimore Gazette (12 May 1868): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton, Johnson, impeachment proceedings, May 1868 (forty pieces).

“The Reasons Why Mr. Stanton Abandoned the War Department.” National Intelligencer (30 May 1868): n.p.

“Speculations as to the Vote.” Baltimore Gazette (25 May 1868): n.p.

“Stanton Condemned.” National Intelligencer (27 May 1868): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton, Johnson, impeachment proceedings, June 1868 (seventeen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Grant’s nomination (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton, Johnson, impeachment proceedings, July 1868 (six pieces).

Stanton, Edwin M. “The Presidency. Speech of the Hon. Edwin M. Stanton. Republican Gathering in Steubenville, Ohio. The Late War Minister Honored at Home. Survey of the Situation.” New York Tribune (26 Sept. 1868): 1.

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Butler, Benjamin F. The Present Conditions of Parties (address at the Music Hall, Boston, 23 Nov. 1870) (p.3-9 only).

Byers, Samuel Hawkins Marshall. “Important Historical Letters.” North American Review 143 (July 1886): 72-86.

Dorsett, Lyle W. “The Problem of Ulysses S. Grant’s Drinking During the Civil War” (paper presented before the OAH, 1982) (typescript).

Fry, James B. “An Open Letter.” North American Review 142 (March 1886): 292-93. (note: see articles by Rice and Sherman, below)

“General Grant and Mexico.” Round Table 3 (9 Dec. 1865): 222.

Gillette (?). Mimeograph copy of paper (c1978) characterizing the southern policies of Ulysses S. Grant and Rutherford B. Hayes during the 1870s.

Grant, Ulysses S. “The Nicaragua Canal.” North American Review 291 (Feb. 1881): 107-16.

Hampton, Wade, et al. The Respectful Remonstrance, on Behalf of the White People of South Carolina, Against the Constitution of the Late Convention of That State, Now Submitted to Congress for Ratification (Columbia, SC: Phoenix Press, 1868) (pamphlet).

Haven, Gilbert. “The Election of Ulysses S. Grant.” In his National sermons sermons, speeches and letters on slavery and its war, from the passage of the Fugitive slave bill to the election of President Grant (Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1869).

Hill, Adams Sherman. “The Chicago Convention.” North American Review 107 (July 1868): 167-86.

Isaacs, Joakim. “Candidate Grant and the Jews.” American Jewish Archives 17 (April 1965): 3-16.

Lieber, Francis. Holograph letter to James Garfield on Grant as President, 29 March 1869.

Logan, John Alexander. “Speech on the Bay of Samana.” Congressional Globe (40th Congress, Second Session) (16 July 1868): 4136-40.

Lowell, James Russell. “The Intellectual Character of President Grant.” Atlantic Monthly 23 (May 1869): 625-35.

Lowell, James Russell. “Moral Significance of the Republican Triumph.” Atlantic Monthly 23 (Jan. 1869): 124-28.

Lowell, James Russell. “Our New President.” Atlantic Monthly 23 (March 1869): 378-83.

Majeske, Penelope K. “Johnson, Stanton, and Grant: a Reconsideration of the Events Leading to the First Reconstruction Act.” Southern Studies 22 (Winter 1983): 340-50.

Mallam, William D. “The Grant-Butler Relationship.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 41 (Sept. 1954): 259-76.

McFeely, William S. “The American as Warrior: Ulysses S. Grant in New Perspective” (paper presented before the OAH, 1971) (typescript).

Mellen, William J. Holograph letter to Hiram Barney, 27 December [possible January]1868.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary Reconstruction Era documents (twenty-six pieces).

“Mr. Boutwell and Mr. Wells.” The Nation 10 (23 June 1870): 398.

“Mr. DePew’s Letter. Why Grant Did Not Disclose President Johnson’s Treasonable Plans.” New York Herald (24Oct. 1885): 2.

Patterson, James W. “Speech of Hon. James W. Patterson, of New Hampshire, in the United States Senate, February 25, 1868.” Congressional Globe (40th Congress, Second Session) (offprint).

Phillips, Wendell. “Wendell Phillips Upon ‘Grant.’ An Eloquent and Trenchant Criticism.” Boston Commonwealth (31 Oct. 1868): n.p.

“A Plain Talk with General Grant.” Round Table 3 (25 Nov. 1865): 186.

“The Political Situation.” The Nation (9 March 1871): 152.

Rawlins, John A. Speech of Major Gen’l John A. Rawlins, Chief of Staff U.S.A. General Grant’s Views in Harmony with Congress. Authentic Exposition of His Principles (Washington, DC: Union Republican Congressional Committee, n.d.) (pamphlet, p. 6-10 missing).

Republican Congressional Committee. Treasonable designs of the Democracy. The issue before the people–Another civil war–The proof from their own record. Pub. by the Union Republican Congressional Committee, Washington, D.C.
(Washington, DC: 1868) (p.4-5 only).

Rice, Allen Thorndike. “Sherman on Grant.” North American Review 142 (Jan. 1886): 200-08. (note: see articles by Fry, above, and Sherman, below)

Richter, William L. “The Papers of U.S. Grant: a Review Essay.” Civil War History 36 (June 1990): 149-66.

Schurz, Carl. “The Road to Peace–a Solid, Durable Peace. Speech Delivered at Library Hall, Chicago, Sept. 19, 1868.” Reprinted in The Speeches, Correspondence, and Political Papers of Carl Schurz (Putnam’s, 1913).

Scofield, Glenni William “Speech of the Hon. G.W. Scofield, of Pennsylvania, Delivered in the United States House of Representatives, January 20th, 1868″ (source unknown).

Seward, William H. The Situation and the Duty. Speech at Auburn, New York, October 31, 1868 (Washington, DC: Philip and Solomons, 1868) (pamphlet, p.8-17 only).

“Sherman on Grant.” North American Review 142 (Jan. 1886): 111-14. (note: see article by Sherman, below)

Sherman, William T. “An Unspoken Address to the Loyal Legion.” North American Review 142 (March 1886): 295-308. (note: see article on Sherman, above)

Simon, John Y. “From Galena to Appomattox: Grant and Washburne.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 58 (Summer 1965): 165-89.

Simpson, Brooks D. “Butcher? Racist? An Examination of William S. McFeely’s Grant: a Biography.” Civil War History 33 (March 1987): 63-83.

“The Washington Imbroglio.” The Nation 12 (16 March 1871): 172.

“What Is the Presidential Contest to be About?” The Nation 7 (July-Dec. 1868): 4.

Zilversmit, Arthur. “Grant and the Freedmen” (paper presented at the conference, “Ulysses S. Grant in Perspective,” DeKalb, Illinois, April 27, 1972) (typescript).

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Blair, Francis P., Jr. “Speech of Frank P. Blair, Jr. at Indianapolis.” New York Tribune (26 Sept. 1868): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary Reconstruction Era documents (eleven pieces).

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Amar, Vikram David. “Jury Service as Political Participation Akin to Voting.” Cornell Law Review 80 (1995): 203-59.

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Belmont, August. “Address to the Conservative Voters of the United States, New York, Oct. 20, 1868.” Reprinted in Letters, Speeches, and Address of August Belmont (NY: Privately Printed, 1890): 185-7.

Belmont, August. “Speech at the New York National Democratic Convention, July 4, 1868.” Reprinted in Letters, Speeches, and Address of August Belmont (NY: Privately Printed, 1890): 188-90.

Issues of the Future: or What May Be Accomplished by the Republican Party (pamphlet, 1872).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary Reconstruction Era documents (eight pieces).

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Quigley, David. Prospectus for the book Reconstructing Democracy: Politics and Ideas in New York City, 1865-1880 (n.d.).

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Benedict, Michael Les. “Equality and Expediency in the Reconstruction Era: a Review Essay.” Civil War History 23 (Dec. 1977): 322-35.

Fritz, Christian G. “Alternative Visions of American Constitutionalism: Popular Sovereignty and the Early American Constitutional Debate.” Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 24 (Winter 1997): 287-357.

Kohl, Martha. “Enforcing a Vision of Community: the Role of the Test Oath in Missouri’s Reconstruction.” Civil War History 40 (Dec. 1994): 292-307.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary Reconstruction Era documents (five pieces).

Scheiber, Harry N. “Federalism and the American Economic Order, 1789-1910.” Law and Society Review 10 (Fall 1975): 57-118.

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Forbath, William E. “Race, Class, and Equal Citizenship” (draft of article printed in 98 Michigan Law Review 1, 7-8 (1999)).

Maltz, Earl M. “Citizenship and the Constitution: a History and Critique of the Supreme Court’s Alienage Jurisprudence.” Arizona State Law Journal 28 (1996): 1135-91.

Quigley, David. “Reconstructing Citizenship in the City: the Fourteenth Amendment in New York” (paper presented before the OAH, 1997) (typescript).

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Weinstein, Allen. “Was There a ‘Crime of 1873′? The Case of the Demonetized Dollar.” Journal of American History 54 (Sept. 1967): 307-26.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (nineteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (two pieces).

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“Approval of His Course.” Washington Evening Star (3 September 1892): n.p.

Miscellaneous contemporary letters and telegrams on Reconstruction Era politics (100+ pieces).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (eighteen pieces).

“Resignation of Attorney-General Hoar.” American Law Review 5 (1870-71): 158-71.

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Chandler, Robert J. “Friends in Time of Need: Republicans and Black Civil Rights in California During the Civil War.” Arizona and the West 24 (Winter 1982): 319-38.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (two pieces).

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Barlow, Samuel Latham Mitchell. Holograph letter to Frank Blair, 19 July 1865 (photocopy).

Barlow, Samuel Latham Mitchell. Holograph letter to Frank Blair, 24 July 1865 (photocopy).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (thirty-one pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (fourteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (two pieces).

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“A Few Things That Congress Can Do.” The Republic (Washington, DC) 2 (March 1874): 144.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (twenty-seven pieces).

Sumner, Charles. “Rights and Duties of Our Colored Fellow-Citizens. Letter to the National Convention of Colored Citizens at Columbia, South Carolina, October 12, 1871.” Reprinted in his The Works of Charles Sumner (Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1870-73).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (one piece).

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Blaine, James G. “The Democratic Party and the Constitutional Amendments. A Speech Delivered by Mr. Blaine at a Republican meeting in Mechanics’ Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts, Oct. 28, 1874.” Reprinted in his Political discussions, legislative, diplomatic and popular, 1856- 1886 (Norwich, CT: The Henry Bill Publishing Company, 1887).

Curl, Donald Walter. “The Cincinnati Convention of the Liberal Republican Party.” Bulletin of the American Historical Society 24 (April 1966): 150-63.

Downey, Matthew T. “Horace Greeley and the Politicians: the Liberal Republic Convention in 1872.” Journal of American History 53 (March 1967): 727-50.

McPherson, James M. “Grant or Greeley? The Abolitionist Dilemma in the Election of 1872.” American Historical Review 71 (Oct. 1965): 43-61.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (eight pieces).

Riddleberger, Patrick W. “The Break in the Radical Ranks: Liberals vs Stalwarts in the Election of 1872.” Journal of Negro History 44 (April 1959): 136-57.

Roseboom, Eugene Holloway. “The Grant Era.” A History of Presidential Elections, from George Washington to Jimmy Carter (New York : Macmillan, 1979).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (one piece).

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Owen, Robert Dale. “Looking Back Across the War-Gulf.” Old and New 1 (May 1870): 579-89.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (three pieces).

Peskin, Allan. “Was There a Compromise of 1877? Some Second Thoughts on the Woodward Thesis” (draft article for Journal of American History, June 1973) (typescript).

Rable, George C. “Southern Interests and the Election of 1876: a Reappraisal.” Civil War History 26 (Dec. 1980): 347-61.

Roseboom, Eugene Holloway. “The Great Dispute and Its Aftermath.” A History of Presidential Elections, from George Washington to Jimmy Carter (New York : Macmillan, 1979).

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Farquehar, John C. Excerpt from speech on Milligan, 1867

Gambone, Joseph G. “Ex Parte Milligan: The Restoration of Judicial Prestige?” Civil War History 16 (Sept. 1970): 246-59.

“The Law the Will of the People.” National Intelligencer (3 January 1867): n.p.

“Milligan’s Case.” American Law Review 1 (April 1867): 572-75.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Milligan, other period cases (fourteen pieces).

Review of the Decision of the U.S. Supreme Court, in the cases of Lamden P. Milligan and Others, the Indiana Conspirators (Washington, DC: Union Congressional Executive Committee, 1867) (original pamphlet, brittle).

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“Andrew Johnson on Civil Rights.” The Nation (5 April 1866): 422-23.

“The Civil Rights Bill.” The American Freedman 2 (June 1866): 47.

“The Civil Rights Bill.” American Law Review 2 (January 1868): 345.

“The First Civil Rights Act: Letter from the Past–228.” Friends Journal 13 (15 April 1967): 188-89.

Granger, Gordon. “The Southern People. Report of General Gordon Granger.” Army and Navy Journal (1 Sept. 1866): 23.

Hyman, Harold M. “Chief Justice Chase, 1865-1873″ (typescript).

Kohl, Robert L. “The Civil Rights Act of 1866, Its Hour Come Round at Last: Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Co.Virginia Law Review 55 (1969): 272-300.

“Life in the ‘Virtually Dead’.” Boston Commonwealth (15 April 1864): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on the Civil Rights Act of 1866 (thirty-six pieces).

United States v. Newcomer (27 Fed. Cas. Page 127, Case No. 15,868, 1876).

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Hyman, Harold M. “Chase, Salmon P.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Civil Rights Act of 1866 (Framing).” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Emancipation Proclamation.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Habeas Corpus Act of 1863.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Milligan, Ex Parte.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Texas v. White.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Thirteenth Amendment (Framing).” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Vallandingham, Ex Parte.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Hyman, Harold M. “Wade-Davis Bill.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

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Draft of unpublished article on habeas corpus during Reconstruction (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on the Salmon P. Chase (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (seven pieces).

Schudson, Michael. “Public, Private, and Professional Lives: the Correspondence of David Dudley Field and Samuel Bowles.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (July 1977): 191-211.

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Chase, Salmon P. Address before the circuit court. American Law Review 1 (July 1867): 745-46.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on the Salmon P. Chase (three pieces).

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“The Government.” Army and Navy Journal (23 October 1869): 141.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (three pieces).

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Byers, Samuel Hawkins Marshall. “Reconstruction Days.” North American Review 143 (Sept. 1886): 219-23.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (six pieces).

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Dexter, Henry Martin. What Ought To Be Done With the Freedmen and With the Rebels? A Sermon Preached in the Berkeley-Street Church, Boston, on Sunday, April 23, 1865. Boston: Nichols and Noyes, 1865 (pamphlet).

Grosvenor, William M. “The Law of Conquest the True Basis of Reconstruction.” New Englander 24 (Jan. 1865): 111-31. (re-issued as pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (forty-one pieces).

Sefton, James E., ed. “Chief Justice Chase as an Advisor on Presidential Reconstruction.” Civil War History 13 (Sept. 1967): 242-64.

Whiting, William. “The Return of the Rebellious States to the Union.” In his War Powers Under the Constitution of the United States (Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1871).

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Franklin, John Hope. “The Great Confrontation: The South and the Problem of Change.” Journal of Southern History 38 (Feb. 1972): 3-20.

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“The Anglo-Saxon and the Negro.” The Round Table 3 (14 Oct. 1865): 88.

Chandler, Robert J. “Friends in Time of Need: Republicans and Black Civil Rights In California During the Civil War Era.” Arizona and the West 24 (Winter 1982): 319-40.

“Congress and the Constitution.” The Nation 4 (28 March 1867): 254.

“Congress and the Freedmen.” The Nation (30 January 1868): 84-86.

Curtis, Michael Kent. “The Bill of Rights as a Limitation on State Authority: a Reply to Professor Berger.” Wake Forest Law Review 16 (Feb. 1980): 45-101.

“The Elections.” Boston Commonwealth (10 Nov. 1866): n.p.

“The End at Last.” The Nation 10 (19 May 1870): 314.

Foner, Eric. “Black Politics in Reconstruction: a Reassessment” (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

“The Future.” Boston Commonwealth (4 Sept. 1863): n.p.

“Gov. Parsons of Alabama at the Union Club.” Boston Commonwealth (25 Nov. 1865): n.p.

Gunther, Gerald. “In Search of Evolving Doctrine on a Changing Court: A Model for a Newer Equal Protection.” Harvard Law Review 86 (Nov. 1972): 1-48.

Hahn, Steven. “Class and State in Postemancipation Societies: Southern Planters in Comparative Perspective.” American Historical Review 95 (Feb. 1990): 75-98.

Hyman, Harold M. “Law and the Impact of the Civil War: a Review Essay.” Civil War History 14 (March 1968): 51-59.

Johnson, John W. “Creativity and Adaptation: a Reassessment of American Jurisprudence, 1801-1857 and 1908-1940.” Rutgers Camden Law Journal 7 (1976): 625-47.

Levinson, Sanford V. “New Perspectives on the Reconstruction Court (review of Fairman’s Reconstruction and Reunion).” Stanford Law Review 26 (Jan. 1974): 461-84.

“A Madisonian Interpretation of the Equal Protection Doctrine.” Yale Law Journal 91 (1982): 1403-29.

McDonough, James L. “John Schofield as Military Director of Reconstruction in Virginia.” Civil War History 15 (Sept. 1969): 237-56.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (100+ pieces).

“The Next Step.” Boston Commonwealth (14 March 1868): n.p.

“‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’ in South Carolina.” The Nation 10 (16 June 1870): 378-79.

“The Platform. Grand Meeting in Behalf of Universal Suffrage at Faneuil Hall.” Boston Commonwealth (24 June 1865): n.p.

Powell, Lawrence N. “Southern Republicanism During Reconstruction: the Contradictions of State and Party Formation” (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

“Recent Works on Government (reviews books by Mulford, Seaman).” The Nation (7 July 1870): 11.

“The Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (4 March 1864): n.p.

“Reconstruction. Address of Citizens of Boston to the President. The Advantages of Delay.” Boston Commonwealth (2 Sept. 1865): n.p.

“The Republican ‘Apathy’.” The Nation 10 (2 June 1870): 346.

“Rights of Citizens.” The Nation 12 (18 May 1871): 335.

“Shall Sectionalism Still Curse Us?” The Round Table 3 (30 Sept. 1865): 56.

“Some Things Overlooked at the Centennial.” The Nation (2 Sept. 1887): 226.

“The Status of the Southern States.” The Nation (22 March 1866): 359-60.

Surrency, Erwin C. “The Legal Effects of the Civil War.” American Journal of Legal History 5 (April 1961): 145-65.

Taylor, John M. “General Hancock: Soldier of the Gilded Age.” Pennsylvania History 32 (April 1965): 187-96.

“Thad. Stevens and Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (4 May 1867): n.p.

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Bell, Derrick. “Reconstruction’s Racial Realities.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (Winter 1992): 261-70.

Belz, Herman. “Changing Perspectives on Reconstruction and the Constitution.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (Winter 1992): 233-41.

Cottrol, Robert J. “Reconstruction Amendment Historiography: the Quest for Racial and Intellectual Maturity.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (Winter 1992): 249-52.

Foner, Eric. “The Supreme Court’s Legal History.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (Winter 1992): 243-47.

Hoffer, Peter Charles. “‘Blind to History’: The Use of History in Affirmative Action Suits: Another Look at City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (Winter 1992): 271-96.

McClellan, James. “Commentary on the Papers Delivered by Professors Derrick Bell and Peter Charles Hoffer.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (Winter 1992): 297-303.

Wiecek, William M. “The Constitutional Snipe Hunt.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (Winter 1992): 253-60.

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Hollingsworth, Harold Marvin. The Confirmation of Judicial Review Under Taney and Chase (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, University of Tennessee, 1966) (typescript).

Wiecek, William M. The Reconstruction of Federal Judicial Power, 1863-1875 (unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1966) (typescript).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (five pieces).

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“Edwin M. Stanton as a Radical Stumper.” The Intelligencer (28 Sept. 1868): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (two pieces).

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“The Great Election!” Boston Commonwealth (31 Oct. 1868): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (six pieces).

Stanton, Edwin M. Holograph Christmas letter to his children (written as “Kris Kringle”), 24 Dec. 1868.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (two pieces).

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Bloomfield, Maxwell. “The Supreme Court in American Popular Culture.” Journal of American Culture 71 (Winter 1981): 1-13.

Buchanan, James. Letter to Nahum Capen, 11 June 1867.

Carson, Hampton L. Speech in proposing the toast: “The Supreme Court of the United States” (at American Bar Association annual dinner, Washington, DC, 22 Oct. 1914) (typescript).

Conkling, Roscoe. “The Supreme Court of the United States” (speech delivered before the U.S. House of Representatives, 16 April 1860).

Dillon, John F. Excerpt from his “Address to the President.” Report of the Fifteenth Annual Meeting held at Saratoga Springs, New York, August 24, 25, and 26 (American Bar Association, 1892): 199-211.

“Editorial Opinion on the Supreme Court in Victorian Periodicals: 1873-1883″ (typescript, n.d.).

Hill, Walter B. “The Federal Judicial System.” Report of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, August 28, 1889 (Philadelphia: Dando Co., 1889).

“Huber vs. Reily.” Pittsburg Legal Journal (4 July 1866): 609-14. (coupled with commentary on case, 53 Penn. St. R. 112 Sup. Ct. 5-T-1866).

“The Judiciary.” American Law Register, new series 6 (July 1867): 513-21.

Kutler, Stanley I. “John Bannister Gibson: Judicial Restraint and the ‘Positive State’.” Journal of Public Law 14 (1965): 181-97.

Lieber, Francis. Letter to Charles Sumner, 24 April 1868.

Lieber, Francis. Supreme Court memo, 1868 (from Francis Lieber papers).

McCormick, Richard L. “The Party Period and Public Policy: an Exploratory Hypothesis.” Journal of American History 66 (Sept. 1979): 279-98.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (eighteen pieces).

Monroe. Haskell. “The Grant Papers: a Review Article.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (Winter 1968): 3-12.

“The New United States Judges.” The Nation (2 Dec. 1869): 477-79.

“Political Questions in the Supreme Court.” The Nation 4 (10 Jan. 1867): 30.

Russell, Alfred. Excerpt from his “Avoidable Causes of Delay and Uncertainty in Our Courts.” Report of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association held at Boston, Massachusetts, August 26, 27, and 28, 1891 (Philadelphia: Dando Co., 1891.

“The Supreme Court System of the United States.” Albany Law Journal 1 (12 March 1870): 188-89.

Thayer, James B. “The Origin and Scope of the American Doctrine of Constitutional Law.” Harvard Law Review 7 (Oct. 1893): 129-56.

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Benedict, Michael Les. “The Rout of Radicalism: Republicans and the Elections of 1867.” Civil War History 18 (Dec. 1972): 334-44.

Benedict, Michael Les. “To Secure These Rights: Rights, Democracy, and Judicial Review in the Anglo-American Constitutional Heritage.” Ohio State Law Journal 42 (1981): 69-85.

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Commager, Henry Steele. “Historical Background of the Fourteenth Amendment.” In Bernard Schwartz, ed., The Fourteenth Amendment (NY: New York University Press, 1970).

Derthick, Martha. “Intergovernmental Relations in the 1970s.” In Lawrence E. Gelfand and Robert J. Neymeyer, ed., Changing Patterns in American Federal-State Relations During the 1950′s, the 1960′s, and the 1970′s (Iowa City, IA: Center for the Study of the Recent History of the United States, University of Iowa, 1985): 49-60.

Elazar, Daniel J. “Continuity and Change in American Federalism” (paper presented before the Sixtieth Annual Conference on Taxation of the National Tax Association, Atlanta, Georgia, 23 October 1967) (typescript).

Hamilton, Walton H. “The Path of Due Process of Law.” In Conyers Read, ed., The Constitution Reconsidered (NY: Columbia University Press, 1938).

Hearnes, Warren E., Robert D. Ray, and Milton J. Shapp. “Statements by a Panel of Three Former State Governors.” In Lawrence E. Gelfand and Robert J. Neymeyer, ed., Changing Patterns in American Federal-State Relations During the 1950′s, the 1960′s, and the 1970′s (Iowa City, IA: Center for the Study of the Recent History of the United States, University of Iowa, 1985): 61-82.

Hutchinson, William T. “United to Divide; Divide to Unite: The Shaping of American Federalism.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (June 1959): 3-18.

Paludan, Phillip S. “John Norton Pomeroy, State Rights Nationalist.” American Journal of Legal History 12 (1968): 275-93.

Perry, Michael J. “Noninterpretive Review, Federalism, and the Separation of Powers.” In his The Constitution, the Courts, and Human Rights (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1982).

Rapaczynski, Andrzej. “From Sovereignty to Process: the Jurisprudence of Federalism After Garcia.” Supreme Court Review (1985): 341-419.

Reagan, Michael D. “Federal-State Relations During the 1960s.” In Lawrence E. Gelfand and Robert J. Neymeyer, ed., Changing Patterns in American Federal-State Relations During the 1950′s, the 1960′s, and the 1970′s (Iowa City, IA: Center for the Study of the Recent History of the United States, University of Iowa, 1985): 31-48.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Some Realism About Federalism: Historical Complexities and Current Challenges.” Emerging Issues in American Federalism (Washington, DC: GPO, 1985).

Venable, Richard M. “Partition of Powers Between the Federal and State Governments.” American Bar Association Reports 8 (1885): 235-59.

Wright, Neil S. “A Quarter-Century Window on the U.S. Federal System: the Shift from National-State Relations to Intergovernmental Relations, 1935-1960.” In Lawrence E. Gelfand and Robert J. Neymeyer, ed., Changing Patterns in American Federal-State Relations During the 1950′s, the 1960′s, and the 1970′s (Iowa City, IA: Center for the Study of the Recent History of the United States, University of Iowa, 1985): 1-30.

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Bascom, John. “The Three Amendments.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 27 (Jan.-June 1906): 135-147.

Curry, Richard O. “The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877: a Critical Overview of Recent Trends and Interpretations.” Civil War History 20 (Sept. 1974): 215-38.

Larsen, Charles E. “Nationalism and States’ Rights in Commentaries on the Constitution After the Civil War.” American Journal of Legal History 3 (1959): 360-69.

Maltz, Earl. “Reconstruction Without Revolution: Republican Civil Rights Theory in the Era of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Houston Law Review 24 (March 1987): 221-79.

McCurdy, Charles W. “Legal Institutions, Constitutional Theory, and the Tragedy of Reconstruction (review of Paludan’s A Covenant With Death).” Reviews in American History 4 (June 1976): 203-11.

Soifer, Aviam, and H.C. Macgill. “The Younger Doctrine: Reconstructing Reconstruction.” Texas Law Review 55 (Aug. 1977): 1141-1215.

Williams, George Washington. Excerpt from The Constitutional Results of the War of the Rebellion. An Oration by Colonel George W. Williams, Memorial Day, May 30th, 1889 at Millbury, Mass. (Worcester, MA: Sanford and Davis, 1889) (pamphlet).

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Bishop, Joel Prentiss. “Treason.” In his Commentaries on the Criminal Law, 4th ed. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1868).

Davis, David. “Judge Davis’ Charge to the Grand Jury.” Indianapolis Star (6 May 1863): n.p.

Dutton, S.W.S. “Ought Treason Against the Government of the United States to be Punished?” The New Englander 24 (Oct. 1865): 778-85.

For Whom Will You Vote? For Whom Ought You to Vote? The Whole Affair in a Few Words (Republican pamphlet, 1866).

Holt, Joseph. Treason and Its Treatment. Remarks of Hon. Joseph Holt, at a Dinner in Charleston, S.C., on the Evening of the 14th of April, 1865, After the Flag Raising at Fort Sumter (New York Young Men’s Republican Union, 1865) (pamphlet).

Leek, J.H. “Treason and the Constitution.” Journal of Politics 13 (Nov. 1951): 604-22.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on treason during Civil War (fifteen pieces).

Slaughter, Thomas P. “‘The King of Crimes’: Early American Treason Law, c.1787-1860″ (unpublished paper, 1990) (typescript).

Smith, Gerrit. Letter to Salmon P. Chase, 28 May 1866.

Smith, Gerrit. No Treason in Civil War. Speech of Gerrit Smith , at Cooper Institute, New-York, June 8, 1865 (NY: American News Company, 1865) (pamphlet).

Sprague, Peleg. What Is Treason? A Charge, Addressed by the Hon. Peleg Sprague, Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, to the Grand Jury, at the March Term, A.D., 1863. Printed for the Union League (Salem, MA: Charles W. Swasey, April 1863) (pamphlet).

Wilson, William Dexter. Attainder of Treason and Confiscation of the Property of Rebels. A Letter to the Hon. Samuel A. Foot, LL.D., on The Constitutional Restrictions Upon Attainder and Forfeiture for Treason Against the United States, with Judge Foot’s Answer, in Further Elucidation of the Subject (Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1863) (pamphlet).

Young, Henry J. “Treason and Its Punishment in Revolutionary Pennsylvania.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 90 (July 1966): 287-313.

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Martin, James Kirby. “Benedict Arnold’s Treason as Political Protest.” Parameters: Journal of the U.S. Army War College 11 (Sept. 1981): 63-74.

Royster, Charles. “‘The Nature of Treason’: Revolutionary Virtue and American Reactions to Benedict Arnold.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series 36 (1979): 163-93.

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Curry, Richard O. “A Reappraisal of Statehood Politics in West Virginia.” Journal of Southern History 28 (Nov. 1962): 403-21.

Ham, F. Gerald, ed.  “The Mind of a Copperhead: Letters of John J. Davis on the Secession Crisis and Statehood Politics in Western Virginia, 1860-1862.” West Virginia History 24 (Jan. 1963): 93-109.

“Hoar’s Virtual Rejection.” Boston Commonwealth (1 Jan. 1870): n.p.

Lewis, Virgil A. “How West Virginia Became a Member of the Federal Union.” West Virginia History 30 (1969): 598-606.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on early West Virginia history (six pieces).

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McDougall, Harold. “A Marxist View of the Thirteenth Amendment” (typescript, n.d.).

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Miscellaneous notes and commentary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and commentary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (one piece).

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McPherson, Milton M. “Federal Cotton Taxes and the Myth of Exploitation During Reconstruction” (paper presented before the SHA, 1973) (typescript).

McPherson, Milton M. “Reaching for the Millennium: Edward Atkinson and the Federal Cotton Tax of 1866″ (paper presented before the SHA, 1973) (typescript).

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Albrecht, Robert C. “The Theological Response of the Transcendentalists to the Civil War.” New England Quarterly 38 (March 1965): 21-34.

Anbinder, Tyler. “Ulysses S. Grant, Nativist.” Civil War History 43 (1997): 119-40.

“The Bane of Our Country.” Continental Monthly 2 (Aug. 1862): 198-200.

Bell, John L. “The Presbyterian Church and the Negro in North Carolina During Reconstruction.” North Carolina Historical Review 40 (Winter 1963): 15-36.

Blake, H.T. “Southern Regeneration.” The New Englander 26 (Jan. 1867): 148-56.

Christie, David. “Pulpit Politics in Its Practical Application to Public Affairs.” In his Pulpit Politics; or, Ecclesiastical Legislation on Slavery in its Disturbing Influences on the American Union (Cincinnati: Faran & McLean, 1863).

The Church and The Country: Being the Action of Ecclesiastical Bodies on the State of the Country (Occasional , No. 10) (Cincinnati: American Reform Tract and Book Society, c1862) (religious tract, brittle original).

“The Community and the War (Circular, May 29, 1865).” In Constance Noyes Robertson, The Oneida Community (Syracuse UP, 1981): 111-12.

Heckman, Oliver S. “The Presbyterian Church in the United States of America in Southern Reconstruction, 1860-1880.” North Carolina Historical Review 20 (July 1943): 219-37.

Russ, William A. “The Failure to Reunite Methodism After the Civil War.” Susquehanna University Studies 1 (1936): 8-16.

Russ, William A. “The Influence of the Methodist Press Upon Radical Reconstruction (1865-68).” Susquehanna University Studies 1 (Jan. 1937): 51-62.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Reconstruction Era politics (two pieces).

Rable, George C. “Bourbonism, Reconstruction, and the Persistence of Southern Distinctiveness.” Civil War History 29 (1983): 135-53.

“Re-Organization at the South.” The Freed-Man (1 Feb. 1867): 103-04.

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Bodenhamer, David J. “Law and Lawlessness in the Deep South: the Local Response to Antebellum Crime” (paper presented before the OAH, 1979) (typescript).

Brown, Richard Maxwell. “Southern Violence–Regional Problem or National Nemesis?: Legal Attitudes Toward Southern Homicide in Historical Perspective.” Vanderbilt Law Review 32 (Jan. 1979): 225-59.

Carpenter, John. “Atrocities in the Reconstruction Period.” Journal of Negro History 47 (Oct. 1962): 234-47.

“Dispersion of the Ku-Klux.” Army and Navy Journal (18 Nov. 1871): 224.

Hackney, Sheldon. “Southern Violence.” American Historical Review 74 (Feb. 1969): 906-25.

Ireland, Robert M. “Law and Disorder in Nineteenth-Century Kentucky.” Vanderbilt Law Review 32 (Jan. 1979): 281-304.

Nicholas, Frederick, and Miner Poindexter. Holograph copy of statement to Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 28 June 1865, on atrocities in Columbia, Virginia.

Olsen, Otto H. “The Ku Klux Klan: a Study in Reconstruction Politics and Propaganda.” North Carolina Historical Review 39 (Summer 1962): 340-62.

Shapiro, Herbert. “The Ku Klux Klan During Reconstruction: The South Carolina Episode.” Journal of Negro History 49 (Jan. 1964): 34-55.

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Campbell, Randolph B. “Grass Roots Reconstruction: the Personnel of County Government in Texas, 1865-1876.” Journal of Southern History 58 (Feb. 1992): 99-116.

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Frederickson, George M. Why the Confederacy Did Not Fight a Guerrilla War After the Fall of Richmond: a Comparative View (35th Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture. Gettysburg: Gettysburg College, 1996 (pamphlet).

Tap, Bruce. “‘These Devils Are Not Fit to Live on God’s Earth’: War Crimes and the Committee on the Conduct of the War, 1864-1865.” Civil War History 42 (June 1996): 116-32.

Urwin, Gregory J.W. “‘We Cannot Treat Negroes…As Prisoners of War’: Racial Atrocities and Reprisals in Civil War Arkansas.” Civil War History 42.3 (1996): 193-210.

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Buckalew, Charles Rollin. Speech before the U.S. Senate on Ex part McCardle. Congressional Globe, 40th Congress, second session (26 March 1868): 2125-28.

Carpenter, Matthew H. Letter on Martial Law (pamphlet, 1865).

Ex parte McCardle (7 Wallace 506).

Kutler, Stanley I. “Ex parte McCardle: Judicial Impotency? The Supreme Court and Reconstruction Reconsidered.” American Historical Review 72 (April 1967): 835-51.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Ex parte McCardle (eleven pieces).

National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration. Information about records in the case of Ex parte McCardle (prepared for Dr. Hyman Nov. 1966).

Smith, George B. “Speech of Hon. Geo. B. Smith, Delivered at Madison, Sept. 7, 1868, in Reply to a Speech of Hon. Matt. H. Carpenter, Delivered at Chicago.” In United States Political Pamphlets, vol. 3 (Madison: Wisconsin State Historical Society).

“Supplementary Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (23 March 1867): n.p.

Trumbull, Lyman. Argument of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, Supreme Court of the United States, March 4, 1868, Ex parte McCardle, Appellant, Reported by D.F. Murphy (Washington, DC: GPO, 1868) (pamphlet).

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Blyew et al., v. United States (80 U.S. 581).

Daniel, Pete. “The Metamorphosis of Slavery, 1865-1900″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1978) (typescript).

Goldstein, Robert D. “Blyew: Variations on a Judicial Theme.” Stanford Law Review 41 (Feb. 1989): 469-566.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Blyew (one piece).

United States v. Hall (26 Fed. Cases 79, Case No. 15,282).

“United States v. Rhodes.” American Law Register, new series 7 (Feb. 1868): 233-50.

United States v. Rhodes (Seventh Circuit Court, Kentucky, 1866).

VanderVelde, Lea S. “The Abolition of Slavery and the Legal Rights of Actresses Who Refuse to Perform” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1990) (typescript).

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“Developments in the Law: Section 1983 and Federalism.” Harvard Law Review 90 (April 1977): 1133-67.

Sullivan, Barry. “Historical Reconstruction, Reconstruction History, and the Proper Scope of Section 1981.” Yale Law Journal 98 (1989): 541-64.

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“Allen vs. Russell et al.” American Law Register, new series 3 (April 1864): 361-69.

The Confederate States a Government de facto, and the Effect of the War on Existing Contracts. Argument Before the Court of Appeals of Maryland in Johnson et ux vs. Robertson (Maryland Court of Appeals, 1868) (pamphlet).

“Effect of the War Upon Deeds of Trust.” Central Law Journal (7 May 1874): 226-7.

Kaczorowski, Robert J. “To Begin the Nation Anew: Congress, Citizenship, and Civil Rights after the Civil War.” American Historical Review 92 (Feb. 1987): 45-68.

“Liability of Trustees for Receiving Payments in Confederate Money.” Central Law Journal (20 Aug. 1874): 416-7.

“M’Cormick vs. Rusch.” American Law Register, new series 3 (Nov. 1863): 93-107.

McDonald, Forrest, and Grady McWhiney. “The South from Self-Sufficiency to Peonage: an Interpretation.” American Historical Review 85 (Dec. 1980): 1095-18.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Civil War Era law (nine pieces).

“Mississippi.” American Law Register 1 (Jan. 1867): 398-400.

“Rebellion.” Albany Law Journal 5 (13 April 1872): 234-5.

“Rebellion–Estoppel.” Albany Law Journal 6 (30 Nov. 1872): 374.

Smith, John David. “More Than Slaves, Less Than Freedmen: the ‘Share Wages’ Labor System During Reconstruction.” Civil War History 26.3 (1980): 256-66.

“Tennessee.” American Law Register 1 (April 1867): 591.

“Virginia.” American Law Register 1 (April 1867): 591.

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Hall, Kermit L. “The Civil War Era as a Crucible for Nationalizing the Lower Federal Courts.” Prologue (Fall 1975): 177-86.

Hall, Kermit L. “Judicial Politics and Regional Reward: Congress and the Federal Courts, 1861-1869″ (paper presented before the SHA, 1973) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Civil War Era law (two pieces).

Weicek, William M. “The Reconstruction of Federal Judicial Power, 1863-1875.” American Journal of Legal History 13 (Oct. 1969): 333-59.

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“United States Judicial System–Recent Change.” American Law Register, new series 8 (June 1869): 371.

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Przybyszewski, Linda C.A. “Judge Lorenzo Sawyer and the Chinese: Civil Rights Decisions in the Ninth Circuit.” Western Legal History 1 (Winter/Spring 1988): 23-56.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Civil War Era law (twenty-four pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Civil War Era law (four pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Civil War Era law (six pieces).

Mississippi vs. Andrew Johnson (71 U.S. 475).

“Reconstruction Out of Court.” The Nation 4 (16 May 1867): 394.

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Conkling, Alfred. Excerpts on habeas corpus from his A Treatise on the Organization, Jurisdiction, and Practice of the Courts of the United States in suits at law, including municipal seizures and criminal prosecutions, 5th ed. (Albany, NY: W.C. Little, 1870).

James, John H. Military Commissions for the Trial of Citizens. A Letter to the Attorney General of the United States (Cincinnati: Robert Clarke and Co., 1869) (pamphlet).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Tarble (three pieces).

“State Jurisdiction Over Enlistments.” Army and Navy Journal 9 (16 March 1872): 496.

“The Writ of Habeas Corpus as Affecting the Army.” Army and Navy Journal (13 Nov. 1869): 192.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on Civil War Era law (one piece).

Russ, William A. “Radical Disfranchisement in South Carolina.” Susquehanna University Studies 1 (Jan. 1939): 148-59.

Russ, William A. “Registration and Disfranchisement Under Radical Reconstruction.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 21 (Sept. 1934): 163-80.

Wood, Forrest. “On Revising Reconstruction History: Negro Suffrage, White Disfranchisement, and Common Sense.” Journal of Negro History 51 (April 1966): 98-113.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from contemporary documents on amnesty (eleven pieces).

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Johnson, Reverdy. Virginia vs. West Virginia: Argument of Hon. Reverdy Johnson in the Supreme Court of the United States, Delivered in Behalf of the Defendant, Wednesday, May 8, 1867 (Washington, DC: Congressional Globe Office, 1867) (pamphlet).

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“The Administration of the Law in the South.” Central Law Journal 1 (10 Sept. 1874): 448-9.

Norvell, James R. “Oran M. Roberts and the Semicolon Court.” Texas Law Review 37 (Feb. 1959): 279-302.

“A Shadowy Region. The Social and Political Condition of a Dark Section of Texas Described. Story of a Union Woman. General Reflections.” The Republic 2 (March 1874): 145-48.

“Some Notes on Southern Decisions and Reports.” Albany Law Journal 4 (16 Sept. 1871): 117-18.

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Ford vs. Surget (97 U.S. 594).

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Barry, William. “American Political Science.” Old and New 3 (March 1871): 303-09.

Hume, Richard L. “Carpetbaggers in the Reconstruction South: A Group Portrait of Outside Whites in the “Black and Tan” Constitutional Conventions.” Journal of American History 64 (Sept. 1977): 313-30.

Mohr, James C. “Was There a Reconstruction in the North?” (paper presented before the SHA, 1973) (typescript).

Moore, Richard. “Radical Reconstruction: The Texas Choice” (typescript, n.d.).

Mulhollan, Paige E. “Arkansas General Assembly of 1866 and Its Effect on Reconstruction.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 20 (Winter 1961): 331-43.

Note on Reconstruction Era election fraud (one piece).

Rankin, David C. “The Origins of Black Leadership in New Orleans During Reconstruction.” Journal of Southern History 40 (Aug. 1974): 417-40.

Scroggs, Jack B. “Carpetbagger Constitutional Reform in the South Atlantic States, 1867-1868.” Journal of Southern History 27 (Nov. 1961): 475-93.

Scroggs, Jack B. “Southern Reconstruction: a Radical View.” Journal of Southern History 24 (Nov. 1958): 407-29.

Shofner, Jerrell H. “The Constitution of 1868.” Florida Historical Quarterly 41 (April 1963): 356-74.

Smith, W. Calvin. “The Reconstruction ‘Triumph’ of Rufus B. Bullock.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 52 (1968): 414-25.

Westwood, Howard C. “The Federals’ Cold Shoulder to Arkansas’ Powell Clayton.” Civil War History 26.3 (1980): 240-55.

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (thirty-one pieces).

“Give Us Back Our Dead.” Boston Commonwealth (17 Nov. 1866): n.p.

“A New Phase of Radicalism.” Boston Commonwealth (23 March 1867): n.p.

“Party Names — ‘Radical’ or ‘Republican’.” Boston Commonwealth (27 Oct. 1866): n.p.

“Radicalism and the People.” Boston Commonwealth (10 April 1866): n.p.

“Who Win, Radicals or Conservatives?” Boston Commonwealth (17 Nov. 1866): n.p.

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Benedict, Michael Les. “Salmon P. Chase and Constitutional Politics (review of Niven’s Salmon P. Chase).” Law and Social Inquiry 22 (Spring 1997): 459-500.

“The Judicial Bookshelf.” Journal of Supreme Court History 2 (1998): 162-68.

Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Samuel P. Chase (twenty-two pieces).

Waxman, Seth P. “‘Presenting the Case of the United States As It Should Be’: The Solicitor General in Historical Context.” Journal of Supreme Court History 2 (1998): 3-25.

Wallenstein, Peter. “Race, Marriage, and the Supreme Court from Pace v. Alabama (1883) to Loving v. Virginia (1967).” Journal of Supreme Court History 2 (1998): 65-86.

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Current, Richard N. Union, Ethnicity, and Abraham Lincoln (The First Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture). Fort Wayne, IN: Lincoln Library and Museum, 1978. (pamphlet)

Davis, David Brion. The Emancipation Moment (22nd Annual Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture). Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg College, 1983.

Gerteis, Louis S. Review of Nelson’s The Fourteenth Amendment. American Journal of Legal History 33 (1989): 389-91.

Niven, John, ed. The Salmon P. Chase Papers (Research Collections in American Politics). Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Salmon P. Chase (two pieces).

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Friedman, Leon. “Salmon P. Chase.” In Leon Friedman and Fred Israel, ed., The Justices of the United States Supreme Court, 1789-1969: Their Lives and Major Opinions (NY: Chelsea, 1969).

Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Salmon P. Chase (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (eleven pieces).

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Benson, John S. “The Judicial Record of the Late Chief Justice.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 47 (Oct. 1873): 760-71.

Blue, Frederick. “Friends of Freedom: Lincoln, Chase, and Wartime Racial Policy” (paper presented before the OAH, 1991) (typescript).

Green, Michael S. “Lincoln’s Court: Creating a Republican Supreme Court” (paper presented before the OAH, 1995) (typescript).

Hughes, David F. “Salmon P. Chase: Chief Justice.” Vanderbilt Law Review 18 (1965): 569-614.

Hyman, Harold M. Review of Blue’s Salmon P. Chase. Journal of Southern History 55 (Feb. 1989): 130-31.

Lamphier, Peg. “Salmon P. Chase and His Accomplished Daughters: A Contest Between Nineteenth Century Prescriptive Womanhood and Republican Rhetoric” (typescript, 1996).

Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Salmon P. Chase (sixteen pieces).

“Our Washington Letter.” Boston Commonwealth (17 Dec. 1864): n.p.

Redfield, Isaac F. “Chief Justice Chase.” North American Review 122 (April 1876): 337-57.

Scott, Henry W. “Salmon Portland Chase.” In his Distinguished American Lawyers, with Their Struggles and Triumphs in the Forum (NY: Charles L. Webster and Company, 1891).

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Walker, Peter F. “Salmon Chase: Abolition, Union, and ‘The Great Moral Revolution’.” In his Moral Choices (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1978).

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“The Ballot for the Negro!” Boston Commonwealth (13 May 1865): n.p.

Broadside, Salmon P. Chase for President and Jefferson Davis for Vice-President (n.d.).

Kaczorowski, Robert J. “The Enforcement Provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1866: A Legislative History in Light of Runyon v. McCrary.Yale Law Journal 98 (1989): 565-95.

Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Salmon P. Chase (eight pieces).

Schuckers, J.W. Excerpts from his The life and public services of Salmon Portland Chase, United States senator and governor of Ohio; secretary of the Treasury and chief-justice of the United States (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1874) (three pieces).

Schwartz, Thomas F. “Salmon P. Chase Critiques First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation of President Lincoln.Civil War History 33 (March 1987): 84-87.

Warden, Excerpts from his Account of the Private Life and Public Service of Salmon Portland Chase (Cincinnati: Wilstach, Baldwin, 1874) (two pieces).

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“Education of the Freedmen.” DeBow’s Review 4 (Feb. 1867): 195.

Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on freedmen and voting rights (forty pieces).

“The Southern Church and the Freed-Men.” The Freed-Man (London) (1 Feb. 1867): 104-07.

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Hyman, Harold M. “Comment on Robert Kaczorowski’s Paper, ‘The Chase Court and Fundamental Rights’.” Northern Kentucky Law Review 21 (1993): 193-202.

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Excerpts from book on Charles Sumner.

Gerteis, Louis A. “Freedom National: Historic Precedent and Constitutional Traditionalism in the Antislavery Thought of Salmon P. Chase” (paper presented before the OAH, 1976) (typescript).

McInerney, Daniel. “‘A Faith for Freedom’: The Abolitionists’ Republican Religion” (paper presented before the OAH, 1982) (typescript).

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Weaver, John B. “The Method of a Moderate: John Sherman and Reconstruction” (paper presented before the OAH, 1991) (typescript).

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Bergin, Philip J. “David Dudley Field: A Lawyer’s Life.” In The Fields and the Law (San Francisco: U.S. District Court for the Northern District Historical Society, 1986): 21-52.

Fiss, Owen M. “David J. Brewer: The Judge as Missionary.” In The Fields and the Law (San Francisco: U.S. District Court for the Northern District Historical Society, 1986): 53-63.

McCurdy, Charles W. “Stephen J. Field and the American Judicial Tradition.” In The Fields and the Law (San Francisco: U.S. District Court for the Northern District Historical Society, 1986): 5-20.

Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Justice Field (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Justices v. Murray (one piece).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Perdicaris v. Charleston (one piece).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on McLeod v. Callicott (one piece).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Bigler v. Wallace (one piece).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Botts v. Crenshaw (one piece).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Keppel’s Administrator v. Petersburg Railroad Co., In re Egan (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Woodson v. Fleck (one piece).

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Murray, Robert B. “The Padelford Claim.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 51 (Sept. 1967): 324-30.

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Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Shortridge v. Macon (one piece).

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Johnson, Bradley T. “Preface.” In his Reports of Cases Decided by Chief Justice Chase in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Fourth Circuit (NY: Diossy and Company, 1876).

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Alulis, Joseph. “Abraham Lincoln and Democratic Statesmanship.” In Peter A. Lawler and Robert M. Schaefer, ed., The American Experiment (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1994).

Hyman, Harold M. “The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution: a Bicentennial Relinking Through Abraham Lincoln and Carl Becker” (typescript, n.d.).

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Excerpts from Message and Papers of the Presidents (eleven pieces).

Gerteis, Louis S. “Salmon P. Chase, Radicalism, and the Politics of Emancipation, 1861-1864.” Journal of American History 60 (June 1973): 42-62.

Lincoln, Abraham. Excerpts from letters and other works. In Roy P. Basler, ed., The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1953).

Miscellaneous and notes and contemporary excerpts on Abraham Lincoln (six pieces).

Trefousse, Hans L. The Great Emancipator (Redlands, CA: Lincoln Memorial Shrine, 1988) (pamphlet).

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Currie, David P. “The Constitution in the Supreme Court: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1865-1873.” University of Chicago Law Review 51 (Winter 1984): 131-86. 

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Cummings v. State of Missouri.

Blair, Montgomery. “Brief for Plaintiff in Error: Cummings vs. Missouri.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

John A. Cummings v. The State of Missouri (71 U.S. 277).

“John A. Cummings v. The State of Missouri.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Johnson, Reverdy, and David Dudley Field. “Brief for Plaintiff in Error: Cummings vs. Missouri.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Strong, George P. “Brief for Defendant in Error: Cummings vs. Missouri.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Strong, George P. “Summary of Oral Argument of G.P. Strong for the Defendant in Error: Cummings vs. Missouri.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Whittelsey, Charles C. “Argument of Charles C. Whittelsey, of Counsel for Defendant: Cummings vs. Missouri.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Ex parte Garland.

Garland, A.H. “Brief for Petitioner: Ex parte Garland.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Johnson, Reverdy, and Matt. H. Carpenter. “Brief for Petitioner: Ex parte Garland.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Marr, R.H. “Brief of R.H. Marr, of New Orleans, pro se: Ex parte Garland.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

“Statement for the United States: Ex parte Garland.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

“Summary of Oral Argument: Ex parte Garland.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

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Hanchett, William. “Reconstruction and the Rehabilitation of Jefferson Davis: Charles G. Halpine’s Prison Life.” Journal of American History 56 (Sept. 1969): 280-89.

Howe, Timothy Otis. Speech before Congress on Jefferson Davis. Congressional Globe, 39th Congress, Second Session (4 Jan. 1867): 271-2.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Jefferson Davis’ trial (twenty-nine pieces).

Nichols, Roy Franklin. “United States vs. Jefferson Davis, 1865-1869.” American Historical Review 31 (Jan. 1926): 266-84.

“The Presidential Impeachment.” American Law Review 1 (Jan. 1867): 388-89.

Special Subcommittee on Security Affairs, U.S. Senate. Federal Case Law Concerning the Security of the United States. Legal Survey by Library of Congress (Washington, DC: GPO, 1954) (pamphlet).

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Abraham, David. “Liberty Without Equality: the Prosperity-Rights Connection in a ‘Negative Citizenship’ Regime” (draft article to appear in Law and Social Inquiry, Feb. 1996) (typescript).

Bernstein, David E. “The Law and Economics of Post-Civil War Restrictions on Interstate Migration by African-Americans.” Texas Law Review 76 (1998): 781-847.

Ely, James W. “‘Property was certainly the principal object of society’: the Fifth Amendment and the Origins of the Compensation Principle” (paper presented before the OAH, 1991) (typescript).

Fields, Barbara J., and Leslie S. Rowland. “Free Labor Ideology and Its Exponents in the South during the Civil War and Reconstruction” (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

Nelson, William E. “Officeholding and Powerwielding: an Analysis of the Relationship Between Structure and Style in American Administrative History.” Law and Society Review 10 (Winter 1976): 187-233.

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“Constitution of the Confederate States of America.”

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Ex parte Turner (ten pieces).

Schmidt, Jim. “‘Nor Involuntary Servitude’: Antebellum Labor Law and the Meaning of the Thirteenth Amendment” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1994) (typescript).

“Statement of the Case.” Ex parte Turner.

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Maltz, Earl M. “The Civil Rights Act and the Civil Rights Cases: Congress, Court, and Constitution.” Florida Law Review 44 (Sept. 1992): 605-35.

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Roche, John P. “Equality in America: The Expansion of a Concept.” North Carolina Law Review 43 (Feb. 1965): 249-70.

Yudof, Mark G. “Equal Protection, Class Legislation, and Sex Discrimination: One Small Cheer for Mr. Herbert Spencer’s Social Statics.” Michigan Law Review 88 (May 1990): 1366-1407.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on U.S. Constitution (twelve pieces).

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Garland, A.H. “Brief for Defendants: State of Mississippi vs. Andrew Johnson.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Sharkey, W.L., and R.J. Walker. “Brief for Complainant: State of Mississippi vs. Andrew Johnson.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

Sharkey, W.L., R.J. Walker, and A.H. Garland. “Summary of Oral Argument: State of Mississippi vs. Andrew Johnson.” In Philip B. Kurland and Gerhard Casper, ed., Landmark Briefs and Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1978).

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Hoar, George Frisbie. Excerpt from his Autobiography of Seventy Years (New York: Scribner’s, 1903).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Hoar (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Reconstruction (one piece).

Webb, Ross A. “Benjamin H. Bristow: Civil Rights Champion, 1866-1872.” Civil War History 15 (March 1969): 39-53.

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Blight, David W. “‘For Something Beyond the Battlefield’: Frederick Douglass, the Black Jeremiad, and the Struggle for the Memory of the Civil War” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Douglass, Frederick. “The New Party Movement.” New National Era (10 Aug. 1871). Rpt. in Philip S. Foner, ed., The Life and Writings of Frederick Douglass (NY: International Publishers, 1950- ).

Douglass, Frederick. “Reconstruction.” Atlantic Monthly (Dec. 1866): 761-5. Rpt. in Philip S. Foner, ed., The Life and Writings of Frederick Douglass (NY: International Publishers, 1950- ).

Julian, George Washington. “The Slavery Yet To Be Abolished.” In his Later Speeches (?)

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Frederick Douglass (six pieces).

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McAffee, Thomas B. “The Federal System as Bill of Rights: Original Understandings, Modern Misreadings.” Villanova Law Review 43.1 (1998): 17-154.

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Bodenhamer, David J. “Salmon Portland Chase.” In Melvin I. Urofsky, ed.,  The Supreme Court Justices: a biographical dictionary (NY: Garland, 1994).

Hyman, Harold M. “Comment on Robert Kaczorowski’s Paper: Centennial Symposium on Salmon P. Chase, Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University, 10/1/93″ (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Constitutional Challenges to the Union War Effort: The Supreme Court Docket, 1861-5″ (project paper, typescript).

Lucie, Patricia. “On Being a Free Person and a Citizen by Constitutional Amendment.” American Studies 12 (Dec. 1978): 343-58.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on ante- and post-bellum politics (sixty-six pieces).

Padgett, Chris. “Beyond the Yoke of Party: Portents of Sectional Violence in the Antislavery Movement” (excerpt from unpublished Doctoral dissertation, UC Davis, n.d.) (typescript).

Painter, Nell Irvin. “Representing Truth: Sojourner Truth’s Knowing and Becoming Known.” Journal of American History 81 (Sept. 1994): 461-92.

Paludan, Phillip S. “The American Civil War Considered as a Crisis in Law and Order.” American Historical Review 77 (Oct. 1972): 1013-34.

Roper, Don. “The Jurisprudence of Slavery: an Overview” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

Silbey, Joel H. Review of Greenstone’s The Lincoln Persuasion. Civil War History (n.d.): 249-51.

Swierenga, Robert P. Review of Carwardine’s Evangelicals and Politics in Antebellum America. Civil War History (n.d.): 253-55

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McCurdy, Charles W. “The Roots of ‘Liberty of Contract’ Reconsidered: Major Premises in the Law of Employment, 1867-1937.” Supreme Court Historical Society Yearbook (1984): 20-33.

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“A Colored Supreme Court Judge.” American Law Review 19 (March-April 1885): 282-84.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Caesar Griffin case (two pieces).

 


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