Samuel A. Worcester, plaintiff in error v. The State of Georgia

August 2017
Samuel A Worcester, Plaintiff in Error v. The State of Georgia;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of the case Samuel Worcester v. The State of Georgia brought before the United States Supreme Court in January of 1832. Prior history of the case; Arguments; Findings of the Court; Closing notes.


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