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1860, Address of S. Carolina to people of slaveholding states
The address of the people of South Carolina, assembled in convention, to the people of the slave holding states of the United States, published in
Charleston in 1860. The address presented its historical perspective justifying succession, concluding with a request that other slave holding states
join the Confederacy. See LLMC #21134-41 for related documents. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the New York Public
Library).
Title:   The address of the people of South Carolina, assembled in convention, to the people of the slaveholding states of the United States / printed by order of the Convention.
OCLC Number:   919846217
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