Thomas Jefferson's message on the Burr conspiracy

August 2017
Thomas Jefferson's Message on the Burr Conspiracy;8/1/2017, p1
Presents the text of a speech made by President Thomas Jefferson to the United States Congress on January 22, 1807 regarding the Burr conspiracy. History of his dealings with the conspiracy; Aaron Burr's plans to assault Mexico; Burr's operations in Kentucky; Other comments.


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