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Daniel H. Horne gave this speech about the abolition of the institution of slavery at the adjournment of the Fourth Session of the Kansas Senate on February 20, 1865. The Senate and House both unanimously passed Senate Concurrent Resolution no. 42 on February 7th, ratifying the Thirteenth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution.

Creator: Kansas. Legislature (1865). Senate
Date: February 20, 1865

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Speech about "King Slavery," by Daniel H. Horne - Title Page

Item Number: 228773
Call Number: SP 328.1 K13 1865 Senate Journal
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 228773

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