Hyman Collection – File Box 9 – Civil War and Reconstruction

HYMAN COLLECTION

FILE BOX #9

CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION

 

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Benedict, Michael Les. Typescript on Chinese and California (n.d.).

Benedict, Michael Les. “Racism and Equality in America (review of Franklin’s Racial Equality in America).” Reviews in American History (March 1978): 13-20.

Daniels, Roger. “The Japanese Experience in North America: an Essay in Comparative Racism.” Canadian Ethnic Studies 9.2 (1977): 91-100.

Daniels, Roger. “Majority Images-Minority Realities: a Perspective on Anti-Orientalism in the United States.” Prospects: an Annual of American Cultural Studies 2 (1976): 209-62.

Ethnic Groups in the United States (The Sixty-first American Assembly, November 12-15, 1981, Arden House, Harriman, New York). New York: The American Assembly, Columbia University, 1981 (pamphlet).

Hyman, Harold M. “American Legal Conceptions of Indians, 1831-1900″ (typescript notes, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “Perspectives on Anti-Orientalism” (typescript notes, n.d.).

Letters on Enforcement Act and California Chinese, 1870 (two pieces).

Peltier, Charlotte. “Means of Control: Indian Police, Courts of Indian Offenses, Extension of Criminal Jurisdiction over Indians” (typescript, n.d.).

Peltier, Charlotte. “Uplifting the Indian–Allotment, Citizenship, and the Extension of Law” (typescript, 1976).

Williams, Walter L. “From Independence to Wardship: American Legal Conceptions of Indians, 1831-1903″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1978) (typescript).

Wunder, John R. “The Chinese and Nineteenth Century American Judiciaries: Justice Denied?” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1976) (typescript).

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“An Act for Establishing Rules and Articles for the Government of the Armies of the United States.” Ninth Congress, Session 1, Ch. 20 (1806): 359-72.

“An Act Providing for the Better Organization of the Military Establishment.” Thirty-seventh Congress, Session I, Ch. 42 (1861): 287-91.

Bishop, Joseph W. “Court-Martial Jurisdiction Over Military-Civilian Hybrids: Retired Regulars, Reservists, and Discharged Prisoners.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review 112 (January 1964): 317-77.

Carleton, William G. “Civil War Dissidence in the North: the Perspective of a Century.” South Atlantic Quarterly 65 (Summer 1966): 390-404.

Coffey, John G. “Confiscation Act and the President’s Amnesty Proclamation.” Boston Commonwealth (4 March 1864): n.d.

“Congressional Power Under the Civil War Amendments.” Duke Law Journal (1969): 1247-84.

Curtis, H.Z. Headquarters, Department of the Missouri memo, 1 December 1862 (General Orders No. 23).

Curry, Richard O. ” and Continuity: the Anatomy of a Stereotype.” Journal of Negro History 57 (January 1972): 29-36.

Dennison, George M. “Martial Law: the Development of a Theory of Emergency Powers, 1776-1861.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (January 1974): 52-79.

Fratcher, William F. “Review by the Civil Courts of Judgments of Federal Military Tribunals.” Ohio State Law Journal 10 (Summer 1949): 271-300.

Girard, Robert. “The Constitution and Court-Martial of Civilians Accompanying the Armed Forces: a Preliminary Analysis.” Stanford Law Review 13 (May 1961): 461-521.

Lincoln, Abraham. “Extract from the President’s Message. Emancipation and Its Results” (8 December 1863).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary excerpts on Civil War government (five pieces).

Tarrant, Catherine M. “To ‘insure domestic Tranquility’: Congress and the Law of Seditious Conspiracy, 1859-1861.” American Journal of Legal History 15 (April 1971): 107-23.

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Freidel, Frank. “General Orders 100 and Military Government.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 32 (March 1946): 541-56.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on General Orders 100 (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on William Whiting and war powers (four pieces).

Whiting, William. Excerpts from his The war powers of the President, and the legislative powers of Congress in relation to rebellion, treason and slavery … pub. for the Emancipation League (Boston, 1871).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors, 1861-69 (twelve pieces).

Miscellaneous passes and circulars issued by U.S. Provost Marshall, 1862-67 (four pieces).

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Bureau of Military Justice, War Department. Digest of Opinions of the Judge Advocate General of the Army (Washington, DC: GPO, 1865).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (one piece).

Provost Marshal General’s Office, War Department. Circulars Nos. 1-105. Washington, DC: GPO, 1863.

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“The Bark Grapeshot, Geo. Law, Claimant, v. Wallerstein.” American Law Register, new series, 9 (May 1870): 293-97.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (twenty-four pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (twelve pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (thirty-nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (fourteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (one piece).

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Adjutant General’s Office, War Department. Order in Relation to Trials by Military Courts and Commissions (General Orders No. 26). Washington, DC: GPO, 1867.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. military governors (five pieces).

“What the Generals Think.” Boston Commonwealth (28 July 1866): n.d.

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“The Amnesty.” Boston Commonwealth (26 February 1864): n.d.

“The Free State Movement in Louisiana.” Boston Commonwealth (11 December 1863): n.d.

“A Good Record.” Boston Commonwealth (1 January 1864): n.d.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on African-American troops in Civil War, Reconstruction policy, etc. (100+ pieces).

“The Next Step!” Boston Commonwealth (21 January 1865): n.d.

“The President’s Message.” Boston Commonwealth (11 December 1863): n.d.

“The True Basis of Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (17 December 1864): n.d.

“The Way Gen. Butler Makes Industrious Citizen of Rebels.” Boston Commonwealth (4 March 1864): n.d.

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“Alabama.” American Law Review 1 (January 1867): 391-4.

Brownlow, William G. Excerpts from speech before the Tennessee Legislature, 3 October 1865. In Robert White, ed., Message of the Governor of Tennessee (Nashville, TN: Tennessee Historical Commission, 1959): 465-67.

Collier, Robert R. The Right Way for Restoring the late Rebel States to the Federal Union; or, An Argument Intended to Induce the People and Public Men in Making Elections [sic] and Filling Offices, State and Federal, to be Governed by the Constitution of the United States, second edition (Petersburg: A.F. Crutchfield & Co., 1865) (pamphlet).

Goepp, Charles. The National Club on The Reconstruction of the Union (New-York: G.B. Teubner, Printer, 1864) (pamphlet).

McClendon, R. Earl. “Status of the Ex-Confederate States as Seen in the Readmission of United States Senators.” American Historical Review 41 (July 1936): 703-09.

Miscellaneous excerpts from Public Laws of the State of North Carolina Passed by the General Assembly at the Sessions of 1866-67 (Raleigh, NC: 1867).

Nash, Simeon. “The Legal Status of the Confederate States in Relation to the Union.” The Solicitors’ Journal and Reporter (7 January 1865): 196-97; (25 March 1865): 435-36; (15 April 1865): 507-8.

Russell, Henry Everett. “Reconstruction.” The Continental Monthly 4 (December 1863): 684-89.

Schurz, Carl. Speech before the House of Representatives, 30 January 1872. Congressional Globe, 42nd Congress, second session (1872): 698-703.

Towle, Simon. “The Legal Rights of Southern Citizens After the War.” The Monthly Law Reporter 26 (October 1864): 657-69.

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Davis, H. Winter. “Reconstruction Under the Amnesty Proclamation.” Boston Commonwealth (15 April 1864): n.d.

Dutton, Henry. “Impeachment and Military Government.” The New Englander 2 (April 1868): 360-68.

“Editor’s Table.” Continental Monthly 4 (December 1863): 715-16.

Frank, John P. “Edward Bates, Lincoln’s Attorney General.” American Journal of Legal History 10 (January 1966): 34-50.

Hamilton, Andrew Johnson. Excerpt from his An Address on Suffrage and Reconstruction, the Duty of the People, the President, and Congress, delivered at the Impartial-Suffrage League, Tremont Temple, Boston, December 3, 1866 (Boston, 1866) (pamphlet).

Harlan, James. Speech on Reconstruction before the U.S. Senate. Congressional Globe, 40th Congress, second session, 10 February 1868 (Congressional Globe Office, 1868): 1072-78.

“The Infamous Message and Proclamation.” Old Guard 2 (January 1864): 15-16.

Johnson, H.E.H. “Stanton in Peace. His Confidential Clerk Tells of His Views of Reconstruction.” Washington Evening Star (11 January 1896): 19.

Pierpont, Francis Harrison. Reorganization of Civil Government. Speech of Governor Peirpoint, Delivered at Mechanics’ Hall in the City of Norfolk on Thursday Evening, February 16th, 1865 (pamphlet).

Prentiss, George I. The Political Situation (New York: F. Somers, 1866) (pamphlet).

Russell, Charles. “Our Domestic Relations; or, How to Treat the Rebel States.” Continental Monthly 5 (May 1864): 511-6.

Scofield, Glenni William. Speech on Reconstruction before the U.S. House of Representatives. Congressional Globe, 39th Congress, first session, 27 April 1866 (Congressional Globe Office, 1866): 2247-50.

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“Forney on the Serenade Speeches.” New York World (26 May 1866): 4.

Seward, William H. Speech of Hon. William H. Seward, at Auburn, October 20, 1865 (pamphlet).

Seward, William H. Speech of William H. Seward, at Cooper Institute, February 22, 1866 (pamphlet).

Stanton, Frederick Perry. “The Restoration of the Union.” Continental Monthly 4 (October 1863): 444-51.

Stiles, Robert. “Lincoln’s Restoration Policy for Virginia: the Truth Brought to Light.” Magazine of American History 22 (September 1889): 209-23.

“Washington News. Serenade to the President and Cabinet.” New York Times 15 (24 May 1866): 1.

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Andrews, C.C. “Speech at Little Rock, Arkansas, Nov. 14, 1863″ (source unknown) (original, brittle).

Bishop, Joel Prentiss. “Military and Martial Law.” In his Commentaries on the Criminal Law, volume 1, 4th ed. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1868).

Booth, E.E. “Martial Law by State Authority.” Army and Navy Life 5 (June 1906): 61-71.

Brown, Norman D. “A Union Election in Civil War North Carolina.” North Carolina Historical Review 43 (Autumn 1966): 381-400.

Carpenter, A.H. “Military Government of Southern Territory, 1861-1865.” American Historical Association Annual Report 1 (1900): 467-98.

Catlin, G. de Grasse. “Martial Law and the Colorado Strikes.” Journal of Military Service Instruction of the United States 25 (Nov.-Dec. 1904): 390-95.

“Clarke v. Delaware and Hudson River Railway Co.” American Law Register (June 1874): 421-2.

“Commonwealth ex re. W.B.N. Cozzens vs. H.A. Frink.” American Law Register, new series 4 (August 1865): 700-02.

“Connecticut.” American Law Review 2 (October 1867): 183.

“The Constitutional Convention of Illinois.” The Nation 10 (26 May 1870): 330-2.

“Constitutional Law.” American Law Review 2 (April 1868): 502-3.

“The Election of a State Convention.” The Nation 4 (14 February 1867): 131.

“Ex parte Benedict” (4 West. Law Month. 449).

“Ex parte Virginia” (100 U.S. 313).

“The Executive Legislating.” The Nation (5 April 1866): 423-4.

“Federal Generals and a Good Press.” American Historical Review 39 (January 1934): 284-96.

Hendricks, Thomas Andrews. Speech on the Reconstruction Bill before the U.S. Senate. Congressional Globe (15 February 1867): 1386-89.

“How Far State Decisions are Binding Upon the Federal Tribunals: the ‘Married Woman’s Law’ of Alabama.” Central Law Journal 1 (28 May 1874): 265; includes letter to the editor in reply, 18 June 1874, p.302.

“In re Baxter.” American Law Register, new series 5 (January 1866): 159-60.

“Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field” (General Orders No. 100, 1863).

“James Hefferman v. Ethel H. Porter.” American Law Register, new series 9 (January 1870): 41-7.

Jenkins, Charles J. Letter to Governor James M. Smith, 15 March 1872. In Alexander Hamilton Stephens, The Reviewers Reviewed, a supplement to the “War between the states,” etc., with an appendix in review of “Reconstruction,” so called (New York : D. Appleton and Company, 1872).

“John McGinnity v. Francis A. White, et al.” Central Law Journal 1 (14 May 1874): 241-2.

“Johnson v. Jones.” American Law Register 2 (October 1867): 184.

Lieber, G. Norman. “What Is the Justification of Martial Law?” North American Review 163 (November 1896): 549-63.

Magoon, Charles E. “The War Department: Administration of Civil Government.” Scribner’s Magazine 34 (July 1903): 85-96.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War era military government (sixty-four pieces).

“Military and Martial Law.” The North American Review 102 (April 1866): 334-356.

“Military Commissions.” American Law Review 1 (April 1867): 576-7

“Military Despotism.” The American Freedman 3 (October 1867): 294-95.

“Military Politicians.” The Nation (11 October 1866): 291.

Moore, Wilton P. “The Provost Marshal Goes to War.” Civil War History 5 (March 1959): 62-71.

“North Carolina and a New Constitution.” The Nation (20 July 1871): 37-38; includes letters to the editor in reply, 3 August 1871, p. 71-2.

“Our Army in the South.” Army and Navy Journal (30 April 1870): 571; includes letter to the editor in reply, 7 May 1870, p. 598.

Parsons, Theophilus. “Martial Law–Habeas Corpus.” West. Law Monthly 3 (1861): 329-33.

Peek, Ralph L. “Military Reconstruction and the Growth of Anti-Negro Sentiment in Florida, 1867.” Florida Historical Quarterly 47 (July 1968-69): 380-99.

Pierpoint, Francis Harrison. Letter of Governor Pierpoint, to His Excellency The President and the Honorable Congress of the United States, on the Subject of Abuse of Military Power in the Command of General Butler in Virginia and North Carolina (Washington, DC: McGill & Witherow, 1864) (pamphlet).

Pomeroy, John Norton. Excerpts on bills of attainder and test oath cases from his An introduction to the constitutional law of the United States especially designed for students, general and professional (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1886).

“Removal of Causes from State to Federal Court: Amount in Dispute.” Central Law Journal 1 (19 March 1874): 144.

“Removal of Causes from State to Federal Court: Amount in Dispute.” Central Law Journal 1 (18 June 1874): 300.

“Removal of Suits from State to Federal Court.” Central Law Journal 1 (15 January 1874): 27.

Review of Thatcher’s A Digest of the Statutes, Rules, and Decisions relative to the Jurisdiction and Practice of the Supreme Court of the United States. American Law Review (16 March 1882): 236-7.

Roper, Laura Wood. “Frederick Law Olmsted and the Port Royal Experiment.” Journal of Southern History 31 (August 1965): 272-84.

Russ, William A. “Administrative Activities of the Union Army During and After the Civil War.” Mississippi Law Journal 17 (May 1945): 71-89.

“Samuel McCormick et al. v. Andrew Humphreys.” American Law Register, new series 6 (July 1867): 552-62.

Shook, Robert W. “The Federal Military in Texas, 1865-1870.” Texas Military History 6 (Spring 1967): 3-53.

Smith, W. Wayne. “An Experiment in Counterinsurgency: the Assessment of Confederate Sympathizers in Missouri.” Journal of Southern History 36 (August 1969): 361-80.

Sproat, John G. “Blueprint for Radical Reconstruction.” Journal of Southern History 23 (February 1957): 25-44.

“The Test Oath.” American Law Register 1 (April 1867): 575-6.

“United States v. Tierney” (1 Bond 571).

Wagandt, Charles L. “The Army Versus Maryland Slavery, 1862-1864.” Civil War History 10 (June 1964): 141-48.

“Why Not a Constitutional Convention?” The Round Table 3 (20 January 1866): 40.

“William G. Clark v. Franklin A. Dick.” American Law Register, new series 9 (December 1870): 739-49.

“The Writ of Habeas Corpus and the Army.” Legal Intelligencer (14 December 1866): 396.

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“Ex parte Percy” (1869).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (fifty-nine pieces).

“Our Federal Judiciary.” Central Law Journal 2 (27 August 1875): 551-5.

“Political Precedents.” The Nation 12 (4 May 1871): 300.

“The Problem at the South.” The Nation 12 (23 March 1871): 192.

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General Orders, No. 35 (24 December 1862).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (one piece).

Special Orders, No. 57 (22 November 1862).

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“Concerning Disloyal Newspapers.” Army and Navy Journal (24 February 1866): 431.

Johnson, Andrew. Presidential parole order for R. Ewell, 17 July 1865 (holograph copy in Johnson’s hand).

“Naval Authority and Civil Rights.” Army and Navy Journal (6 January 1866): 319.

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Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss. The Reconstruction of States (NY: Harpers, 1865) (pamphlet).

Capers, Gerald M. “Confederates and Yankees in Occupied New Orleans, 1862-1865.” Journal of Southern History 30 (November 1964): 405-26.

Grant, Ulysses S. “Organization of the Army” (H. Exec. Doc. 113, 39 Congress, First Session).

.Hahn, Georg Michael. Ex-Governor Hahn on Louisiana Legislation Relating to Freedmen (1866) (pamphlet).

Helis, Thomas W. “Of Generals and Jurists: the Judicial System of New Orleans Under Union Occupation, May 1862-April 1865.” Louisiana History 29 (Spring 1988): 143-62.

“Military Control of the South.” Army and Navy Journal (14 October 1865): 120.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (three pieces).

“The New ‘State’ of Louisiana.” Boston Commonwealth (4 February 1865): n.p.

Phillips, Wendell. “Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (31 December 1864): n.p.

“The Reconstruction of States.” Boston Commonwealth (31 December 1864): n.p.

Stone, A.T. Excerpt from his Letter on Reconstruction, from A.T. Stone to Gov. R.J. Oglesby, of Illinois (n.d.) (pamphlet).

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Boyle, Elisabeth Joan. “New Orleans Courts Under Military Occupation, 1861-1865.” Mid-America 42 (July 1960): 185-92.

Burke v Tregre and Miltenberger, reply to brief of intervenor (Supreme Court of Louisiana, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (twenty-three pieces).

Observations on the Present Condition of Louisiana (pamphlet, n.d.).

Peabody, Charles A. “United States Provisional Court for the State of Louisiana, 1862-1865.” American Historical Association Annual Report (1892): 199-210.

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Article on Andrew Johnson’s constitutionalism. Army and Navy Journal (9 September 1865): 40.

Article on provisional governments. Army and Navy Journal (7 October 1865): 104-5.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (seven pieces).

“Reminiscences of Sharkey.” Boston Commonwealth (24 June 1865): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on voting rights of soldiers (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (seventeen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (one piece).

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Dawson, Joseph G. “General Phil Sheridan and Military Reconstruction in Louisiana.” Civil War History 24 (June 1978): 133-51.

Kirkland, J. R. “The Army as a Conservative Influence on Reconstruction in the South” (paper presented before the SHA, 1968) (typescript).

“Military Rule at the South.” The Nation 4 (14 February 1867): 130.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (thirteen pieces).

Sefton, James E., ed. “Aristotle in Blue and Braid: General John M. Schofield’s Essays on Reconstruction.” Civil War History 17 (March 1971): 45-57.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (twelve pieces).

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General Orders, No. 10 (1867) (Second Military District, Charleston, SC).

General Orders, No. 32 (1867) (Second Military District, Charleston, SC).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (seven pieces).

Morrill, James Roy. “North Carolina and the Administration of Brevet Major General Sickles.” North Carolina Historical Review 42 (Summer 1965): 291-305.

Order announcement placing Sickles in command of Second Military District. Army and Navy Journal (6 April 1867): 518.

“The Removal of General Sickles.” Washington Evening Star (7 September 1867): n.p.

Schuckers, J.W. Chapter 48 from his Life and Public Services of Salmon Portland Chase (NY: D. Appleton and Co., 1874): 533-45.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (four pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (thirteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (twenty-four pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (twelve pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (one piece).

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Brown, Ira V. “Lyman Abbott and Freedmen’s Aid, 1865-1869.” Journal of Southern History 15 (February 1949): 22-38.

Drake, Richard B. “Freedmen’s Aid Societies and Sectional Compromise.” Journal of Southern History 29 (May 1963): 175-86.

Gannett, William. “The Freedmen at Port Royal.” North American Review 208 (July 1865): 1-28.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (four pieces).

Pierce, Edward L. “The Contrabands at Fortress Monroe.” Atlantic Monthly 8 (November 1861): 20-53.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (one piece).

St. Clair, Kenneth E. “Military Justice in North Carolina, 1865: a Microcosm of Reconstruction.” Civil War History 11 (December 1965): 341-50. Notes on St. Clair’s dissertation are attached.

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Brown, Joseph E. Argument of Ex. Gov. Joseph E. Brown. Before the Supreme Court of Georgia, at Milledgeville, June 13th, 1866, on the Constitutionality of the Stay Law, Passed by the Legislature of Georgia, at its late session (pamphlet, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (one piece).

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“Equal Suffrage among the Recognized Union Voters of Norfolk” (petition, 1866).

“Herron v. Runkle.” American Law Review 1 (October 1866): 217.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (seven pieces).

Oakes, James. “A Failure of Vision: the Collapse of the Freedmen’s Bureau Courts.” Civil War History 25 (March 1979): 66-76.

“Opinion of Judge Underwood on the Right of Excluding the Testimony of Colored Men from the Courts of Justice.” Reprint from New York Tribune (22 October 1865).

“The Right of Colored People to Testify in Virginia.” Reprint from New York Tribune (4 October 1864).

Sumner, Charles. “Report to accompany bill S. No. 99, ‘A bill to secure equality before the law in the courts of the United States’.” Congressional Globe, 39th Congress, 1st Session, 19 February 1864.

Sumner, Charles. “Testimony of Colored Persons in the Courts of the United States” (speeches before the U.S. Senate, July 3 and 15, 1862).

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Acts of Congress, Relative to Refugees, Freedmen, and Confiscated and Abandoned Lands (Washington, DC, 1865) (pamphlet).

The American Freedmen’s Bulletin 2.8 (August 1866) (whole issue, brittle original).

Belz, Herman. “The Freedmen’s Bureau Act of 1865 and the Principle of No Discrimination According to Color.” Civil War History 21 (September 1975): 197-217.

Berry, Mary F. “Do Black People Have a Constitutional Right to Life: a Consideration of Federal and State Concern About the Murder of Black People, 1877-1969″ (paper presented before the SHA, 1970) (typescript).

“Bureau of Emancipation.” Boston Commonwealth (11 December 1863): n.p.

Chanler, John Winthrop. Speech of Hon. J.W. Chanler on S. Bill No. 60, to enlarge the powers of the Freedmen’s Bureau. Appendix to the Congressional Globe, 39th Congress, 1st Session (3 February 1866): 74-85.

Cimbala, Paul A. “The Freedmen’s Bureau, the Freedmen, and Sherman’s Grant in Reconstruction Georgia, 1865-1867.” Journal of Southern History 55 (November 1989): 597-632.

Cimbala, Paul A. “The ‘Talisman Power’: Davis Tillson, the Freedmen’s Bureau, and Free Labor in Reconstruction Georgia, 1865-1866.” Civil War History 28 (June 1982): 153-71.

Cox, John and Lawanda Cox. “General O.O. Howard and the ‘Misrepresented Bureau’.” Journal of Southern History 19 (November 1953): 427-56.

Freedmen’s Bulletin 1.11 (October 1865) (whole issue, brittle original).

Freedmen’s Bulletin 1.12 (November 1865) (whole issue, brittle original).

“General Howard’s View of the Freedman Question.” DeBow’s Review 1 (March 1866): 324-28.

Grant, Ulysses S. Letter to Andrew Johnson on freedmen. Intelligencer (28 August 1867): n.p.

Low, W.A. “The Freedmen’s Bureau and Civil Rights in Maryland.” Journal of Negro History 37 (July 1952): 221-47.

May, J. Thomas. “Continuity and Change in the Labor Program of the Union Army and the Freedmen’s Bureau.” Civil War History 17 (September 1971): 245-54.

May, J. Thomas. “The Freedmen’s Bureau at the Local Level: a Study of a Louisiana Agent.” Louisiana History 9 (Winter 1968): 5-19.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (thirty-seven pieces).

Morris, Robert C. “From Slave to Student: Freedmen’s Education in the South, 1861-1870″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

Nieman, Donald G. “Andrew Johnson, the Freedmen’s Bureau, and the Problem of Equal Rights, 1865-1866.” Journal of Southern History 44 (August 1978): 399-420.

Nieman, Donald G. “The Freedmen’s Bureau and the Mississippi Black Code.” Journal of Mississippi History 40 (May 1978): 91-118.

Nieman, Donald G. Review of Oubre’s Forty Acres and a Mule. Journal of Southern History 45 (August 1979): 447-8.

Phillips, Paul David. “White Reaction to the Freedmen’s Bureau in Tennessee.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 25 (Spring 1966): 50-62.

Registers and Letters Received by the Commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1865-1872 (Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1969) (pamphlet).

Richardson, Joe M. “An Evaluation of the Freedmen’s Bureau of Florida.” Florida Historical Quarterly 41 (January 1963): 223-38.

Ross, Steven Joseph. “Freed Soil, Freed Labor, Freed Men: John Eaton and the Davis Bend Experiment.” Journal of Southern History 44 (May 1978): 213-32.

Small, Sandra E. “The Yankee Schoolmarm in Freedmen’s Schools: an Analysis of Attitudes.” Journal of Southern History 45 (August 1979): 381-402.

Smallwood, James. “Charles E. Culver, a Reconstruction Agent in Texas: the Work of Local Freedmen’s Bureau Agents and the Black Community.” Civil War History 27 (December 1981): 350-61.

Westwood, Howard C. “Getting Justice for the Freedman.” Howard Law Review 16 (1971): 492-537.

White, Kenneth B. “Wager Swayne: Racist or Realist?” Alabama Review 31 (April 1978): 92-109.

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Cimbala, Paul. “Black Expectations and the Freedmen’s Bureau in Georgia” (paper presented before the OAH, 1987) (typescript).

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Crouch, Barry A. “Black Dreams and White Justice.” Prologue (Winter 1974): 255-65.

Crouch, Barry A. “The Freedmen’s Bureau in Texas: a Reevaluation” (paper presented before the SHA, 1971) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (five pieces).

Morris, Thomas. “Equality, ‘Extraordinary Law,’ and Criminal Justice: the South Carolina Experience, 1865-66″ (draft paper sent to Journal of Southern History, 1979) (typescript).  

Myers, John B. “The Freedman and the Law in Post-Bellum Alabama, 1865-1867.” Alabama Review 23 (January 1970): 56-69.

Richter, William L. “The Army and the Negro During Texas Reconstruction, 1865-1870.” East Texas Historical Journal 10 (1972): 7-19.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (six pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (four pieces).

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Curry, Richard O. “The Abolitionists and Reconstruction: a Critical Appraisal.” Journal of Southern History 34 (November 1968): 527-45.

Foner, Eric. “The Tocsin of Freedom”: The Black Leadership of Radical Reconstruction (31st Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg College, 1992) (pamphlet).

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Boutwell, George S. “Hon. George S. Boutwell on ‘The Transition Period of the United States’.” Boston Commonwealth (1 January 1870): n.p.

“The Golden Opportunity.” Boston Commonwealth (17 November 1866): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (fifty-two pieces).

“The New Departure.” The Nation 12 (8 June 1871): 396.

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Dougan, Michael B. “The Republicans in Reconstruction Arkansas: Opportunistic Thieves or Hamstrung Modernizers” (paper presented before the SHA, 1985) (typescript).

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Lanza, Michael. “Federal Land Policy in the Reconstruction South” (paper presented before the OAH, 1986) (typescript).

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McCrary, Peyton. “After the Revolution: American Reconstruction in Comparative Perspective” (paper presented before the AHA, 1979) (typescript).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Civil War and Reconstruction politics (one piece).

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Excerpt from Address and Ceremonies at the New Year’s Festival to the Freedman, Arlington Heights, Virginia (Washington, DC, 1867), p.46-48.

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Appleby, Joyce. “The American Heritage: The Heirs and the Disinherited.” Journal of American History 74 (December 1987): 798-813.

Bradford, Gamaliel. “The Constitutions of Great Britain and the United States.” North American Review 118 (January 1874): 6-11.

Burgess, John W. “The American Commonwealth: Changes in Its Relation to the Nation.” Political Science Quarterly 1 (March 1886): 9-35.

Burgess, John W. Excerpts from his “Present Problems of Constitutional Law.” Political Science Quarterly 19 (December 1904): 545-78.

Burgess, John W. Excerpts from his Recent Changes in American Constitutional Theory (NY: Columbia UP, 1923).

Collins, William H. Third Address to the People of Maryland, second edition (Baltimore: Printed by James Young, 1861) (pamphlet).

Craven, Avery. “The Civil War and the Democratic Process.” The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly 4 (June 1947): 269-92.

Foster, William E. “Appendix” to his References to the Constitution of the United States (NY: Society for Political Education, 1890) (pamphlet).

Godkin, Edwin Lawrence. “Some Things Overlooked at the Centennial.” The Nation 45 (22 September 1887): 226.

Hartog, Hendrik. “The Constitution of Aspiration and ‘The Rights That Belong to Us All’.” Journal of American History 74 (December 1987): 1013-34.

Hixson, William B. “Moorfield Storey and the Struggle for Equality.” Journal of American History 4 (December 1968): 533-54.

Horowitz, David Alan. “White Southerners’ Alienation and Civil Rights: The Response to Corporate Liberalism, 1956-1965.” Journal of Southern History 54 (May 1988): 173-200.

Johnson, S.M. The Constitution and the Reconstruction Laws. The Policy, Economy, and Justice of Reconstruction (Washington, DC: Intelligencer Printing House, 1868) (pamphlet).

Landon, Judson S. Excerpts from his The constitutional history and government of the United States (Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, 1900).

McGehee, C. Stuart. “Military Origins of the New South: The Army of the Cumberland and Chattanooga’s Freedmen.” Civil War History 34 (December 1988): 323-43.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary articles on Civil War and Constitution (six pieces).

Newmyer, R. Kent. “Harvard Law School, New England Legal Culture, and the Antebellum Origins of American Jurisprudence.” Journal of American History 74 (December 1987): 814-35.

Nichols, Roy F. “A Hundred Years Later: Perspectives on the Civil War.” Journal of Southern History 33 (May 1967): 153-62.

Nichols, Roy F. “The Operation of American Democracy, 1861-1865: Some Questions.” Journal of Southern History 25 (February 1959): 31-52.

Reynolds, Edward V. “The Constitution in Its Relation to National Development.” Journal of Social Science 21 (September 1886): 105-12.

Sage, Bernard J. “Appendix H: Review of A.H. Stephens and J.A. Jameson’s Works on the Constitution.” In his The Republic of Republics, or, American Federal Liberty (Philadelphia: Gould Publishing House, 1878).

Scheiber, Harry N. “Government and the Economy: Studies of the ‘Commonwealth’ Policy in Nineteenth-Century America.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 3 (1972): 135-51.

“The Shifting of Power: Balances and Checks in Government.” Atlantic Monthly 27 (June 1871): 665-70.

Sutherland, Daniel E. “Former Confederates in the Post-Civil War North: an Unexplored Aspect of Reconstruction History.” Journal of Southern History 47 (August 1981): 393-410.

Swisher, Carl Brent. “Dred Scott One Hundred Years After.” Journal of Politics 19 (May 1957): 167-83.

Thayer, Martin Russell. The Great Victory, Its Cost and Value: an Address Delivered at Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, July 4, 1865 (Philadelphia: 1865) (pamphlet).

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Tyler vs. Heidorn (46 Barb. 439) (New York Supreme Court, 1866).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on cotton case (one piece).

Murray, Robert B. “Mrs. Alexander’s Cotton.” Louisiana History 6 (Fall 1965): 393-400.

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In re Turner (24 Fed. Cas. 337 [1867]).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Turner case (one piece).

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United States v. Shackney (333 F.2nd 475 (1964)).

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Hyman, Harold M. “The Thirteenth Amendment and the Badges of Slavery: Some Illuminations from the History of Bondage in the North” (typescript, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Thirteenth Amendment (one piece).

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Hyman, Harold M. Paper on Cincinnati Bible Reading School Requirement Case, 1869-73 (typescript, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Bible case (one piece).

Review of The Bible in the Public Schools. American Law Review 4 (July 1870): 749-52.

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Kull, Andrew. “The Enforceability After Emancipation of Debts Contracted for the Purchase of Slaves.” Chicago-Kent Law Review 70 (1994): 493-538.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Radical Republicans (three pieces).

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Belz, Herman. “Deep-Conviction Jurisprudence and Texas v. White: a Comment on G. Edward White’s Historicist Interpretation of Chief Justice Chase.” Northern Kentucky Law Review 21 (1993): 117-31.

Benedict, Michael Les. “Salmon P. Chase as Jurist and Politician: Comment on G. Edward White, Reconstructing Chase’s Jurisprudence.Northern Kentucky Law Review 21 (1993): 133-50.

Davis, Edmund J. Correspondence Between Gov. Davis and Geo. W. Paschal, Sr., in Relation to the Texas Indemnity Bond Suits, Together with a Report of Committee (Austin, TX: Tracy, Siemering and Company, 1870) (pamphlet).

Hoadly, George. Excerpt from his Address on the Occasion of the Removal of the Remains of Salmon P. Chase to Spring Grove Cemetery, October 14, 1886 (Cincinnati: Robert Clarke and Co., 1887) (pamphlet).

Minter, Patricia Hagler. “‘The Worst Species of Class Legislation’: Black Political Leadership and the Origins of Segregated Transit Law in the New South” (paper presented before the AHA, 1996) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents Texas v. White (seven pieces).

Paschal, George W. The State of Texas vs. Geo. Peabody and Co. et al. (Washington, DC: M’Gill and Witherow, Printers, 1869) (pamphlet).

“State Governments. Reorganization After the Rebellion. Alienation of State Property During the War.” American Law Register, new series 8 (June 1869): 371-4.

“The Supreme Court and Its Theory of Nationality.” The Nation 12 (29 June 1871): 445-6.

Willoughby, Westel W. Excerpt from his The Supreme Court of the United States: Its History and Influence in Our Constitutional System (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1890). 

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Salmon P. Chase (thirteen pieces).

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Boyce v. Tabb (85 Wall. 546).

Osborn v. Nicholson et al. (80 Wall. 654).

White v. Hart (80 Wall. 646).

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Aynes, Richard L. “Charles Fairman and John Bingham’s Not-So-’Singular’ View of the Fourteenth Amendment and the Bill of Rights” (typescript, n.d.).

Chase, Salmon P. “Chase and the Constitutional Amendments.” North American Review 144 (January 1887): 74-8.

“The Constitutional Amendment.” The Nation (1 February 1866): 134.

Dam, Kenneth W. “The Legal Tender Cases.” Supreme Court Review (1981): 367-412.

Dunne, Gerald T. “President Grant and Chief Justice Chase: a Footnote to the Legal Tender Cases.” St. Louis University Law Review 5 (Fall 1959): 539-53.

“The Legal Tender Cases.” American Law Review 5 (1870-71): 158.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Legal Tender Cases (twenty-two pieces).

Smith, Bryant. “Neglected Evidence on an Old Controversy–Bronson v. Rodes as a Forecast of Hepburn v. Griswold.” American Historical Review 24 (April 1929): 332-5.

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Cushman, Robert Fairchild. “Incorporation: Due Process and the Bill of Rights.” Cornell Law Quarterly 51 (Spring 1966): 467-501.

Gingras, Lambert. “Congressional Misunderstandings and the  Understanding: The Case of the Fourteenth Amendment.” American Journal of Legal History 40 (January 1996): 41-71.

Kaczorowski, Robert J. “Searching for the Intent of the Framers of Fourteenth Amendment.” Connecticut Law Review 5 (Winter 1973): 368-98.

Lurie, Jonathan. “The Fourteenth Amendment: Use and Application in Selected State Court Civil Liberties Cases, 1870-1890: a Preliminary Assessment.” American Journal of Legal History 28 (October 1984): 295-313.

Maltz, Earl M. “Fourteenth Amendment Concepts in the Antebellum Era.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (October 1988): 305-46.

Nelson, William E. “Fourteenth Amendment (Framing).” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

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Aynes, Richard L. “Charles Fairman, Felix Frankfurter, and the Fourteen Amendment.” Chicago-Kent Law Review 70.3 (1995): 1197-1273.

Beauregard, Erving E. “John A. Bingham and the Fourteenth Amendment.” The Historian 50 (November 1987): 67-76.

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Roche, John P. “Equality in America: the Expansion of a Concept.” North Carolina Law Review 43 (February 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): 1366-1408.

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Aynes, Richard L. “On Misreading John Bingham and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Yale Law Journal 103 (1993): 57-104.

Lucie, Patricia Allan. “White Rights as a Model for Black: Or–Who’s Afraid of the Privileges or Immunities Clause?” Syracuse Law Review 38 (1987): 859-77.

Sawrey, Robert. “Ohioans and the Fourteenth Amendment: Initial Perceptions and Expectations.” The Old Northwest 10 (Winter 1984-85): 389-407.

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Roble, George C. “William T. Sherman and the Conservative Critique of Radical Reconstruction” (paper presented before the OAH, 1983) (typescript).

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Hyman, Harold M. “Historical Base to Modern Constitutional and Statutory Rights” (typescript, n.d.).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. v DeWitt (one piece).

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Curtis, Michael Kent. “The Fourteenth Amendment and the Bill of Rights.” Connecticut Law Review 14 (Winter 1982): 237-306.

Graham, Howard Jay. “The Waite Court and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Vanderbilt Law Review 17 (1964): 528-47.

Karst, Kenneth L. “Equal Protection of the Laws” (source unknown).

McCulloch, Hugh. Our National and Financial Future. Address of Hon Hugh McCulloch, Secretary of the Treasury, at Fort Wayne, Indiana, October 11, 1865 (Fort Wayne, IN: 1865) (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on legal tender issues (six pieces).

Morris, Richard B. “100 Years of Income Outgo.” New York Times Magazine (5 August 1962): 55.

Unger, Irwin. “Business and Currency in the Ohio Gubernatorial Campaign of 1875.” Mid-America, new series 41 (January 1959): 27-39.

Unger, Irwin. “Business Men and Specie Resumption.” Political Science Quarterly 74 (March 1959): 46-70.

Unger, Irwin. “Money and Morality: the Northern Calvinist Churches and the Reconstruction Financial Question.” Journal of Presbyterian History 40 (March 1964): 38-55.

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“The End of the Era of Speculation.” The Nation (30 June 1870): 415-16.

Hammond, Bray. “The North’s Empty Purse, 1861-1862.” American Historical Review 67 (October 1961): 1-18.

Harrington, George. Letter to E.G. Spaulding, 31 August 1891, on monetary issues of Civil War.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on monetary issues (eight pieces).

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Correspondence by, to, and concerning George W. Paschal, 1865-1870 (sixteen pieces).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on legal tender issues (one piece).

Paschal, George W. Affidavit in case of Texas v. White (7 Wallace 700).

Paschal, George W. Argument on Motion for Decree in case of Texas v. White (7 Wallace 700).

Paschal, George W. Lecture Delivered to the American Union Academy of Literature, Science, and Art, at its Special Meeting Called for the Purpose, Mary 7, 1870, by Hon. George W. Paschal (Washington, DC: W.H. and O.H. Morrison, 1870) (pamphlet).

Scarborough, Jane Lynn. George W. Paschal: Texas Unionist and Scalawag Jurisprudent (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, Rice University, 1972) (typescript).

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Hall, Kermit L. “Political Power and Constitutional Legitimacy: the South Carolina Ku Klux Klan Trials, 1871-1872.” Emory Law Journal 33 (1984): 921-51.

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Aynes, Richard L. “Constricting the Law of Freedom: Justice Miller, the Fourteenth Amendment, and the Slaughter-House Cases.Chicago-Kent Law Review 70 (1994): 627-88.

Lurie, Jonathan. Excerpts on Reconstruction Era cases from his Law and the Nation, 1865-1912 (NY: Knopf, 1983).

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Miscellaneous notes on Bradley legal opinions, 1871-74 (two pieces).

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“The Fourteenth Amendment: Influences on the Authorship” (typescript, 1986?).

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Excerpts from lecture (?) on Reconstruction Era court system (eleven pages).

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Paludan, Phillip S. “Law and the Failure of Reconstruction: the Case of Thomas Cooley.” Journal of the History of Ideas 33 (1972): 597-614.

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Rael, Patrick. “The Benefits of Membership: the Quest for Citizenship as a Strategy for Racial Uplift Among African Americans in the Antebellum North” (source unknown).

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Ex parte Siebold (100 U.S. 371).

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“Arbitrary Power.” Boston Commonwealth (10 January 1866): n.p.

Edwards, Stewart. Excerpt from his The Paris Commune 1871 (NY: Quadrangle Books, 1971).

Hyman, Harold M. Review of John Hebron Moore’s The Emergence of the Cotton Kingdom in the Old Southwest: Mississippi, 1770-1860 (source unknown, 1990).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on foreign views of Civil War and Reconstruction (twenty-five pieces).

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Beauregard, Erving E. “John A. Bingham and the Fifteenth Amendment” (paper presented before the OAH, 1991) (typescript).

Elliott, Ward E.Y. “Fifteenth Amendment (Judicial Interpretation). In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Gillette, William. “Fifteenth Amendment (Framing and Ratification).” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

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Donovan, Donald Francis. “Toward Limits on Congressional Enforcement Power Under the Civil War Amendments.” Stanford Law Review 34 (January 1982): 453-86.

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Ely, Richard T. “The Gilded Age” (chapters 5 and 6 from unknown source, 1990) (typescript).

Hoogenboom, Ari. Excerpt from his Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1995).

Sternstein, Jerome L., ed. “The Sickles Memorandum: Another Look at the Hayes-Tilden Election-Night Conspiracy.” Journal of Southern History 32 (August 1966): 342-57.

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S ”Forty Acres, Forty Years: Constitution and Contract Law After Slavery” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

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Hyman, Harold M. “Undoing Reconstruction and the Establishment of Judicial Review” (unpublished article, 1989) (typescript).

Marcus, Robert D. “Wendell Phillips and American Institutions.” Journal of American History 56 (June 1969): 41-58.

Phillips, Wendell. “The Fulfillment of Our Pledge. The Philosophy of the Anti-Slavery Movement.” Boston Commonwealth (30 April 1870): n.p.

Phillips, Wendell. “The Outlook.” North American Review 127 (July-August 1878): 97-116.

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Benedict, Michael Les. “Preserving Federalism: Reconstruction and the Waite Court.” Supreme Court Review (1978): 39-79.

Hackney, Hugh E. “Racial Discrimination and the Civil Rights Act of 1866.” Southwestern Law Journal 23 (1969): 373-83.

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Gienapp, William E. “The Republican Party and Race Before the Civil War” (paper presented before the AHA, 1983) (typescript).

Riegel, Stephen J. “The Persistent Career of Jim Crow: Lower Federal Courts and the ‘Separate but Equal’ Doctrine, 1865-1896.” American Journal of Legal History 28 (1983): 17-40.

Toplin, Robert Bret. “Uses of the Concept of Racism in the Era of the Civil Rights Revolution, 1963-1972″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1976) (typescript).

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McClain, Charles J. “The Chinese Struggle for Civil Rights in 19th-Century America: the Unusual Case of Baldwin v. Franks.Law and History Review 3 (February 1985): 349-73.

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“Blockade.” American Law Review 1 (January 1867): 325.

Hall, Kermit L. “Federal Judicial Reform and Proslavery Constitutional Theory: a Retrospect on the Butler Bill.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (April 1973): 166-84.

Long, Joseph C. “Ex parte Merryman: the Showdown Between Two Great Antagonists: Lincoln and Taney.” South Dakota Law Review 14 (Spring 1969): 207-49.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Taney (three pieces).

Spector, Robert M. “Lincoln and Taney: a Study in Constitutional Polarization.” American Journal of Legal History 15 (July 1971): 199-214.

Taney, Roger. “Opinion of Hon. Chief Justice Taney.” Richmond (VA) Record (3 September 1863): n.p.

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Letter from Charles Sumner to Dana on the Prize Cases, February 1866 (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on martial power (two pieces).

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Auchampaugh, Phillip G. Fundamental Principles of Ward Case Upheld in a Forgotten Opinion of Chief Justice Taney in 1863 (University of Nevada Press, 1945) (pamphlet).

Catron, J. Letter to James M. Carlisle on Prize Cases, 26 February 1863.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Prize Cases (four pieces).

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Documents relating to The United States vs. $109,000 of Indiana State Stock and $12,000 in Cash, Owned by Samuel Miller, of Virginia (Eighth Circuit Court, Indiana, 1864).

Dutcher, Salem. “Property Title in the South as Affected by the Late War.” DeBow’s Review, new series 2 (August 1866): 123-32.

Goff, John S. “The Civil War Confiscation Cases in Arizona Territory.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (October 1970): 349-54.

Lucie, Patricia M.L. “Confiscation: Constitutional Crossroads.” Civil War History 23 (December 1977): 307-21.

Mathis, Robert Neil. “The Ordeal of Confiscation: the Post-Civil War Trials of Gazaway Bugg Lamar.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 63 (1979): 339-52.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on confiscation law (fifty pieces).

“Scheme of Confiscation” (chapter three of unknown source, notated “Kingsley 1865″).

Shapiro, Henry D. Confiscation of Confederate Property in the North (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1962) (pamphlet).

“Wallach v. Van Ruswick.” American Law Register, new series 15 (June 1876): 329-39.

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Asper, Lewis D. “The Long and Unhappy History of Loyalty Testing in Maryland.” American Journal of Legal History 13 (April 1969): 97-109.

Avillo, Philip J. “Ballots for the Faithful: the Oath and the Emergence of Slave State Republican Congressmen, 1861-1867.” Civil War History 22 (June 1976): 164-74.

Barclay, Thomas S. “The Test Oath for the Clergy in Missouri.” Missouri Historical Review 18.3 (1924): 345-81.

Bayard, James A. Speech of the Hon. James A. Bayard, of Delaware, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 19th, 1864, against The Validity of the Test-Oath, Prescribed by the “Act” of July 2, 1862, with the Subsequent Proceedings in the Senate, and His Final Remarks Before the Resignation of His Seat. Also, A Letter Addressed by Mr. Bayard to a Constituent, December 22, 1860 (Philadelphia, 1864) (pamphlet).

Cain, Marvin R. “Restoring the Union: Speculations on the Basis of Legal Reconstruction and Reform” (paper presented before the Midwestern Conference on History, 1983) (typescript).

Chandler, Robert J. “California’s 1863 Loyalty Oaths: Another Look.” Arizona and the West 21 (Autumn 1979): 215-34.

Drake, Charles D. Missouri Voters’ Oath. Have the People of Missouri the Right to Prescribe the Qualifications of Missouri Voters? Argument of Charles D. Drake, on Behalf of the Defendants, in the Case of Francis P. Blair, Jr., vs. Stephen Ridgely and John S. Thomson., Delivered in the St. Louis Circuit Court, at General Term, April 19, 1866 (pamphlet, 1866).

Gayarre, Charles. A Lecture on Oaths, Amnesties and Rebellion, Delivered in Odd Fellows’ Hall, January 25, 1866, by Hon. Charles Gayarre (New Orleans: The “Bronze Pen” Book and Job Print, 1866) (pamphlet).

Graham, William A. “The Test Oath, as a Qualification for a Seat in Congress, or to hold Office under the Government of the United States.” Raleigh (NC) Daily Sentinel (16 October 1865): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on loyalty oaths (seven pieces).

Mosby, Charles L. Congressional Test Act Examined in Two Letters, in which are considered, first, The Constitutionality of the Act, and second, Its Proper Construction and Application (Lynchburg, VA: Virginian Power-Press Printing Office, 1865) (pamphlet).

Northend, William D. “Closing Argument for Plaintiff, in case of George W. Stone vs. William Segur et al., in the Supreme Court, at Salem, Mass., November Term, 1865.”

Stuart, Alexander H.H. “Letter of Hon. A.H.H. Stuart” (broadside, originally published in New York Times 19 October 1865).

Trenerry, Walter N. “The Minnesota Rebellion Act of 1862.” Minnesota History (March 1956): 1-10.

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Headquarters, 2nd Military District, Charleston, South Carolina. General Orders No. ? (1868).

Headquarters, 5th Military District, New Orleans, Louisiana. Special Orders No. 154 (1868)

Headquarters, 4th Military District, Department of Mississippi. General Orders No. 28 and 32 (1869).

Headquarters, Middle Department, 8th Army Corps. General Orders No. 59 (1863).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on military and elections (twenty pieces).

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Acts of Congress and Rule and Regulations Prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, in Pursuance Thereto, with the Approval of the President, Concerning Commercial Intercourse with and in States and parts of States Declared in Insurrection, Captured, Abandoned, and Confiscable Property, the Care of Freedmen, and the Purchase of Products of Insurrectionary Districts of Government Account (Washington, DC: GPO, 1872) (pamphlet).

Floyd, John Buchanan. Annual Report of the Secretary of War, December 1860 (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Reconstruction (seven pieces).

Stanton, Edwin M. Reports of the Secretary of War and the Commander-in-Chief (pamphlet, 1863).

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Byrne, Frank L. “‘A Terrible Machine’: General Neal Dow’s Military Government on the Gulf Coast.” Civil War History 12 (March 1966): 5-22.

Dawson, Joseph G. “Army Generals and Reconstruction: Mower and Hancock as Case Studies.” Southern Studies 17 (1978): 255-72.

“Estimate of the Political Views of Our General Officers.” Army and Navy Journal (30 March 1867): 514.

Headquarters, Department of Virginia. General Orders No. 77 (1865).

Leland, Charles G. “Rewarding the Army.” Continental Monthly 2 (August 1862): 161-65.

Richter, William L. “‘We Must Rubb Out and Begin Anew’: the Army and the Republican Party in Texas Reconstruction, 1867-1870.” Civil War History 19 (December 1973): 334-52.

Sears, Stephen W. “McClellan and the Peace Plank of 1864: a Reappraisal.” Civil War History 36 (March 1990): 57-64.

Simpson, Brooks D. “‘The Doom of Slavery’: Ulysses S. Grant, War Aims, and Emancipation, 1861-1863.” Civil War History 36 (March 1990): 36-56. 

Stanton, F.B. “How the War Affects Americans.” Continental Monthly 3 (April 1863): 411-20.

Whittaker, F. “The American Army.” Galaxy 24 (September 1877): 390-98.

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Beth, Loren P. “The Case for Judicial Protection of Civil Liberties.” Journal of Politics 17 (February 1955): 100-12.

Brennan, William J. “Some Aspects of Federalism.” Proceedings of the 16th Annual Meeting, Conference of Chief Justices (Chicago, 1964).

Corwin, Edward S. “National Power and State Interposition, 1787-1861.” Michigan Law Review 10 (May 1912): 535-51.

Cromwell, Sidney. Political Opinions in 1776 and 1863: a Letter to a Victim of Arbitrary Arrests and “American Bastilles.” (New York: Anson D.F. Randolph, 1863) (pamphlet).

Devens, Charles, and W. Willoughby. Brief of Plaintiff in Error to the Supreme Court of Appeals of the State of West Virginia, Taylor Strauder vs. The State of West Virginia (Alexandria, VA: Printed at Ramey and Son’s Steam Power Printing House, 1879) (pamphlet).

Dunning, W.A. “Disloyalty in Two Wars.” American Historical Review 24 (July 1929): 625-30.

Dutton, Henry. “Writ of Habeas Corpus” (pamphlet, reprinted from American Law Register October 1861).

Ex parte Commonwealth of Virginia and J.D. Coles, Petitioners for Habeas Corpus. Brief of the United States Attorney General, U.S. Supreme Court, October Term, 1879.

Ex parte Merryman (17 Fed. Cas No. 9,487).

Field, Richard H. “Allocation of Jurisdiction Between Federal and State Courts.” Proceedings of the 16th Annual Meeting, Conference of Chief Justices (Chicago, 1964).

Field, Richard Stockton. “Discharge of State Prisoners.” Congressional Globe, 37th Congress, 3rd session (7 January 1863): 216-20. 

Fisher, Sidney George. “The Suspension of Habeas Corpus During the War of the Rebellion.” Political Science Quarterly 3 (1888): 454-88.

Griswold, S.O. Speech of Hon. S.O. Griswold, of Cuyahoga County, on the Resolutions Relative to the Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus and Arrest of Disloyal Persons, Delivered in the Ohio House of Representatives, January 29, 1863 (pamphlet).

Hare, J.I. Clark. “Preface” to his American Constitutional Law, volume 1 (Boston: Little, Brown, 1889).

Hatcher, John H. “Martial Law and Habeas Corpus.” West Virginia Law Quarterly and The Bar 46 (April 1940): 187-200.

Ingersoll, Charles. An Undelivered Speech on Executive Arrests (Philadelphia: John I. Rogers, 1862) (pamphlet).

Ingersoll, Edward. Personal Liberty and Martial Law: a Review of Some Pamphlets of the Day (Philadelphia, 1862) (pamphlet).

Longsdorf, George F. “Habeas Corpus: a Protean Writ and Remedy.” Ohio State Law Journal 10 (Summer 1949): 301-17.

Mackey, E.W.M. “Removal of Criminal Causes from State Courts to Federal Courts.” The Criminal Law Magazine 1 (March 1880): 141-71.

Miller, Stephen Franks. Ahab Lincoln: a Tragedy of the Potomac (Chicago: The Civil War Round Table, 1958) (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on habeas corpus (eight pieces).

Mishkin, Paul J. “Foreward: the High Court, the Great Writ, and the Due Process of Time and Law.” Harvard Law Review 79 (November 1965): 56-102.

Murphy, Walter F. “Lower Court Checks on Supreme Court Power.” American Political Science Review 53 (December 1959): 1017-31.

Nelson, William E. “State Appeals to Federal Courts: the Early Republic” (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

Nutting, Helen A. “The Most Wholesome Law: the Habeas Corpus Act of 1679.” American Historical Review 65 (April 1960): 527-43.

Oaks, Dallin H. “Habeas Corpus in the States: 1776-1865.” University of Chicago Law Review 32 (1965): 243-88.

Oaks, Dallin H. “Legal History in the High Court: Habeas Corpus.” Michigan Law Review 64 (January 1966): 451-72.

Pepper, George Wharton. The Border Land of Federal and State Decisions (Sharswood Prize Essay 1889, University of Pennsylvania Law Dept.) (Philadelphia: Johnson, 1889) (pamphlet).

Randall, James G. “The Indemnity Act of 1863: a Study in the Wartime Immunity of Governmental Officers.” Michigan Law Review 20 (March 1922): 589-613.

Stanton, Edwin M. Letter of the Secretary of War, Communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 14th instant, information in relation to the list of names of state or political prisoners required to be furnished to the judges of the circuit and district courts of the Unite States and of the District of Columbia by the 2d section of the act of march 3, 1863, entitled “An act relating to habeas corpus, and regulating judicial proceedings in certain cases. U.S. Senate, 38th Congress, 2nd session, Ex. Doc. No. 23, 21 February 1865 (pamphlet).

Tarrant, ? “The Janus-faced 1863 Habeas Corpus Act” (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

Tarrant, ? “One Possible Blueprint for Reconstruction: the Douglas Resolution in the 36th Congress” (typescript, 1970).

Wainwright, Nicholas B. “The Loyal Opposition in Civil War Philadelphia.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 88 (July 1964): 294-315.

Warren, Charles. “Federal and State Court Interference.” Harvard Law Review 43 (January 1930): 345-78.

Wilson, Woodrow. Excerpt from his Congressional Government: a Study in American Politics (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913)..

Wright, J. Skelly, and Abraham D. Sofaer. “Federal Habeas Corpus for State Prisoners: the Allocation of Fact-Finding Responsibility.” Yale Law Journal 75 (May 1966): 895-985.

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Benedict, Michael Les. “Vallandigham: Constitutionalist and Copperhead.” Timeline (February-March 1986): 16-25.

Ex parte Vallandigham (28 Fed. Case No. 16,816).

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Amsterdam, Anthony G. “Criminal Prosecutions Affecting Federally Guaranteed Civil Rights: Federal Removal and Habeas Corpus Jurisdiction to Abort State Court Trial.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review 113 (April 1965): 793-912.

Bestor, Arthur. “The Two Habeas Corpus Acts of the Fifth of February, 1867, and Their Untoward Sequel, the McCardle Case” (paper presented before the OAH, 1966) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Comment on Arthur Bestor’s Paper: The Habeas Corpus Legislation of the Fifth of February, 1867: Backgrounds and Significance” (paper presented before the OAH, 1966) (typescript).

Claflin v. Houseman (93 U.S. 130).

Cooper, W.F. “Removal of Causes from State to Federal Courts.” Southern Law Review, new series 3 (April 1877): 3-17.

Dillon, John F. “Removal of Suits from State Courts to Federal Courts.” Southern Law Review, new series 2 (July 1876): 282-320.

Frankfurter, Felix. “Distribution of Judicial Power Between United States and State Courts.” Cornell Law Quarterly 13 (June 1928): 499-530.

Heiskell, J.B. “Conflict Between Federal and State Decisions.” American Law Review 16 (October 1882): 743-60.

Magruder, Allan B. “Removal of Suits from State to Federal Courts.” American Law Review 13 (April 1879): 434-61.

Mayers, Lewis. “The Habeas Corpus Act of 1867: The Supreme Court as Legal Historian.” University of Chicago Law Review 33 (1965): 31-59.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on habeas corpus (one piece).

Redfield, Isaac F. “The Proper Limits Between State and National Legislation and Jurisdiction. Speculations and Monopolies in the Staples of Subsistence. Railways a Matter of National Interest.” American Law Register 15 (February 1867): 193-202.

“The Removal of Causes from State to Federal Courts.” American Law Register, new series 9 (January 1870): 1-9.

“Report on the Abuses of the Writ of Habeas Corpus.” Report of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Held at Saratoga Springs, New York, August 22d, 23rd, and 24th, 1883 (pp.18-39) (commentary on Thompson, below).

Thompson, Seymour D. “Abuses of the Writ of Habeas Corpus.” Report of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Held at Saratoga Springs, New York, August 22d, 23rd, and 24th, 1883 (pp.243-67).

U.S. House of Representatives. “Chapter 137: An act to determine the jurisdiction of circuit courts of the United States, and to regulate the removal of causes from State courts, and for other purposes” (43rd Congress, Second Session (1875), pp. 470-73).

Wiecek, William M. “The Great Writ and Reconstruction: The Habeas Corpus Act of 1867.” Journal of Southern History 36 (November 1970): 530-48.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Indiana law, 1867 (one piece).

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Field, Stephen J. Illegality of the Arrest and Imprisonment by Provost Marshals during the Late Rebellion, of Citizens not in the Military Service, in States Where the Courts were open and in the Undisturbed Exercise of Their Jurisdiction. Dissenting Opinion of Mr. Justice Field of U.S. Supreme Court in the Vermont Provost Marshal Case (pamphlet, 1879).

Mitchell v. Clark (110 U.S. 279).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on U.S. courts and judges (seven pieces).

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“Ex parte Hewitt and McIlwaine.” American Law Review 3 (January 1869): 382-85.

“Ex parte J.R. McCann.” American Law Register, new series 5 (January 1866): 158-59.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on federal jurisdiction (two pieces).

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Daniel, Pete. “Up from Slavery and Down to Peonage: the Alonzo Bailey Case.” Journal of American History 57 (December 1970): 654-70.

Fite, Gilbert C. “Southern Agriculture Since the Civil War: an Overview.” Agricultural History 53 (January 1979): 3-21.

Montgomery, David. Excerpts from his Labor and the Radical Republicans: a Study of the Revival of the American Labor Movement, 1864-68 (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1962) (typescript) (note: published in book form as Beyond Equality (Knopf, 1968)).

Murphy, Lawrence R. “Reconstruction in New Mexico.” New Mexico Historical Review 43 (April 1968): 99-115.

Wiener, Jonathan M. “Class Structure and Economic Development in the American South, 1865-1955.” American Historical Review 84 (October 1979): 970-98.

Woodman, Harold D. “The Old South: Global and Local Perspectives on Power, Politics, and Ideology.” Civil War History 25 (December 1979): 339-51.

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Adler, Selig. Excerpt from his The Senatorial Career of George Franklin Edmunds, 1866-1891 (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois, 1934).

Berry, Mary F. Review of Uya’s From Slavery to Public Service. Civil War History (n.d.): 265-6.

Cresswell, Stephen. “Enforcing the Enforcement Acts: the Department of Justice in Northern Mississippi, 1870-1890.” Journal of Southern History 53 (August 1987): 421-40.

Emmons, H.H. “The Civil Rights Law Unconstitutional.” Central Law Journal 2 (2 April 1875): 215-17.

Garfield, James A. “Enforcement of Fourteenth Amendment.” Appendix to the Congressional Globe, 42nd Congress, 1st Session (4 April 1871): 149-55.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on the Force Acts (four pieces).

Swinney, Everette. “Enforcing the Fifteenth Amendment, 1870-1877.” Journal of Southern History 28 (May 1962): 202-18.

Swinney, Everette. “United States v. Powell Clayton: Use of the Federal Enforcement Acts in Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 26 (Summer 1967): 143-54.

“U.S. v. The Petersburg Judges of Election. The Same v. The Petersburg Registrars of Election.” American Law Register, new series 14 (February 1875): 105-14; (April 1875): 238-45.

Vaughn, William P. “Separate and Unequal: the Civil Rights Act of 1875 and Defeat of the School Integration Clause.” Southwestern Social Science Quarterly (September 1967): 146-54.

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Debate on 1890 Elections Bill. Congressional Record, 51st Congress, 2nd Session (29-30 December 1890): 853-74.

Debate on 1890 Force Bill. Congressional Record, 51st Congress, 1st Session (20 August 1890): 8842-48.

Welch, Richard E. “The Federal Elections Bill of 1890: Postscripts and Prelude.” Journal of American History 52 (December 1965): 511-26.

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Brightly, Frederick C. Excerpts from his A Collection of Leading Cases on the Law of Elections in the United States (Philadelphia: Kay and Brother, 1871).

Claude, Richard. “Constitutional Voting Rights and Early U.S. Supreme Court Doctrine.” Journal of Negro History 51 (April 1966): 114-24.

Horn, Robert Anderson. Excerpts from his National Control of Congressional Elections (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, Princeton University, 1942) (typescript).

Plumb, David. “Citizenship and Suffrage: the Right and Duty of Congress to Enfranchise the Nation.” The Radical 3 (February 1868): 389-401.

Shipman, W.D. Holograph letter to Barlow, 9 September 1865.

Trumbull, Lyman. “Can Congress Regulate Suffrage in the States?” Chicago Advance (5 September 1867): n.p. (typescript).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on stamp tax (three pieces).

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Blaine, James G. “False Issue Raised by the Democratic Party.” In his Political Discussions, Legislative, Diplomatic and Popular, 1856-1886 (Norwich, CT.: Henry Bill Publishing Co., 1887).

Burke, Albie. “Federal Regulation of Congressional Elections in Northern Cities, 1871-94.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (1970): 17-34.

Coakley, Robert W. “Use of Militia and the National Guard by the Federal Government in Civil Disturbances” (paper presented before the OAH, 1966) (typescript).

Hayes, Rutherford B. Vetoes by the President of the United States of the Army Bill, Act to Prohibit Military Interference at Elections, and Legislative Appropriation Bill (Washington, DC: 1879) (pamphlet).

Remarks on the Militia Bill Now Before Congress (New Haven, CT: 1867) (pamphlet).

Ward, Durbin. “Bayonets at the Polls.” In Elizabeth P. Ward, comp., Life, Speeches and Orations of Durbin Ward (Columbus, OH: A.H. Smythe, 1888).

  
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