Mississippi resolutions on secession

August 2017
Mississippi Resolutions on Secession;8/1/2017, p6
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Presents the text of Mississippi's resolutions of January 1861, declaring the state's secession from the United States. Actions of the federal government which induce and justify the secession, including opposition to the institution of slavery.


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