New Jersey Peace Resolutions--resolutions of legislature

August 2017
New Jersey Peace Resolutions--Resolutions of Legislature;8/1/2017, p679
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Presents the text of the New Jersey Legislature's Peace Resolutions, which were passed on March 18, 1863. New Jersey's protest against the federal government, relating to its conduct in the Civil War; Protests against war, military domination, arrests without warrant, creation of new States by the division of existing ones, and other actions.


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