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1 Points of View Reference Center Primary Source Documents Publication Name 'Cross of Gold' 'Reconstruction' 35 days to Gettysburg Diary Entries Abigail Adams' Letters of March 31 & May 7, 1776 Abolition of Slavery in the Republic of Mexico Abrams et al. v. United States Abrogation of the Platt Amendment, 1934 Act Abolishing Slavery in the District of Columbia Act Abolishing the Slave Trade in the District of Columbia Act Admitting Arkansas to Representation in Congress Act for a National Bank Act for a National Loan Act for an Additional Article of War Act for Calling Out the Militia Act for the Prosecution of the Mexican War Act of Authorizing the Employment of Volunteers Act of Authorizing the Seizure of Railroad & Telegraph Act of Chapultepec, 1945 Act of Havana Act to Amend the Vagrant Laws of the State Act to Confer Civil Rights on Freedmen, & for Other Purposes Act to Define & Punish Certain Conspiracies Act to Punish Certain Offenses Therein Named & for Other Purposes Act to Regulate the Relation of Master & Apprentice, As Relates to Freedmen, Free Negroes, & Mulattoes Acts Passed by the General Assembly of Louisiana, 1865 Adair v. United States Adamson Act of 1916 Adkins vs. Children's Hospital Administration of Justice Act Advice to the Unemployed Against a Protective Tariff Against Capital Punishment Against the Appointment of Foreign Officers Aggression from the North Agreement to End the Vietnam War, 1973 Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933 Agricultural Legislation in First Wilson Administration Albany Plan of Union Alien Act of 1798 Alien Enemies Act Alien Registration Act of 1940 All Quiet Along the Potomac Altgeld Cleveland Controversy America First America's Military Needs American Crisis American Insurance Company, & Ocean Insurance Company, (of New York) vs. 356 Bales of Cotton, David Canter American Party Platform American Prohibition Cases Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 1 of 19

2 Amnesty for Illegal Aliens Andersonville Diary Andrew Johnson's Amnesty Proclamation Annapolis Convention Annexation of Texas Annexation of Texas as Essential to the United States Anonymous Account of the Boston Massacre Answer to Mr Solicitor's Objections Antarctic Treaty of 1959 Anti-War Treaty of Non-Aggression & Conciliation Appeal for Neutrality Appeal of the Cherokee Nation Appeal of the Silver Democrats Appeal to Southerners to Settle Kansas Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World Arbitration Treaty--Hungary January 26, 1929 Arrogance of Power Arrow Against Profane & Promiscuous Dancing Articles of Capitulation Articles of Confederation Articles of Impeachment for Richard Nixon Ashwander et al. v. Tennessee Valley Authority et al. Associated Press et al. v. United States Associated Press v. National Labor Relations Board Association Atlantic Charter Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima Announcement Atomic Energy Commission Attempts to Christianize the Indians Balzac v. People of Puerto Rico Battle Hymn of the Republic Bayard & Wife vs. Singleton Beatty's report on the Battle of Jutland Beginning of Reconstruction Bering Sea Treaty of 1892 Berlin Decree Bill Suppressing Mormonism Bland-Allison Act of 1878 Blowing Up of the Maine Boston Non-Importation Agreement Boston Port Act Bricker Amendment, 1953 Bridges v. Wixon, District Director, Immigration & Naturalization Service, Department of Justice Brief Account of the Experiences of a Pioneer of 1843 Briefing for President Kennedy on Berlin Britain's Reaction to the Invasion of Poland British Order in Council British Order in Council, 1807 Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? Brown et al. v. Board of Education of Topeka et al. Bryan's Resolutions, Democractic National Convention, 1912 Bryan-Chamorro Convention Buck v. Bell, Superintendent Bunting v. State of Oregon Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 2 of 19

3 Burning of Columbia, South Carolina Butler v. Michigan Caesar Rodney's Letter of July 4, 1776 Cairo Conference Call for 75,000 Volunteers Cambridge Agreement Cambridge Platform Captain Thomas Preston's Account of the Boston Massacre Carter v. Carter Coal Co. Casablanca Communique Casablanca Conference Castro's Statement on Soviet Missiles in Cuba Cession of Florida Chambers et al. v. Florida Chancellor Kent on Universal Suffrage Charlotte Town Resolves Charter of Freedoms & Exemptions to Patroons Charter of Maryland Charter of Rhode Island & Providence Plantations, 1663 Charter of the Massachusetts Bay Colony Charter of the United Nations Charter to Sir Walter Raleigh Chas Wolff Packing Company v. Court of Industrial Relations of the State of Kansas Cherokee Nation vs. The State of Georgia Child Labor Act Child Labor Tax Case Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 Chinese Immigration to the United States Chisholm v. Georgia, 1793 Christian Science Citizen's Savings & Loan Association vs. Topeka Civil Disobedience Civil Rights Act of 1866 Civil Rights Act of 1875 Civil Rights Act of 1957 Civil Rights Act of 1960 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Civil Rights Act of 1991 Civil Rights Bill Veto Civil Rights Cases Clayton Anti-Trust Act of 1914 Clayton-Bulwer Treaty Cleveland's Message on the Repeal of the Sherman Act Cleveland's Silver Letter Cleveland's Withdrawal of Hawaii Annexation Treaty Cohens v. Virginia Cole v. Young et al. Command of the Army Act Common Cause of Negro & White Laborer Common Sense Commonwealth vs. Caton et al. Commonwealth vs. Hamilton Manufacturing Company Commonwealth vs. Hunt Communist Control Act of 1954 Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 3 of 19

4 Communists in the State Department Compensated Emancipation--Message to Congress Comstock Law of 1873 Concerning the Impossibility of Union with Slaveholders Concessions to the Province of Pennsylvania Concord Town Meeting Demands a Constitutional Convention Confessions of Nat Turner Confidential Message to Congress Confiscation Act of 1861 Congressional Resolution on the Defense of Formosa Connally-Fulbright Resolutions Connecticut General Life Insurance v. Johnson, Treasurer of California Conservation of Public Lands Considerations (Excerpts) Constitution & Plan of Work for a Local Woman's Christian Temperance Union Constitution of a Lyceum Constitution of Brook Farm Association Constitution of the American Anti-Slavery Society Constitution of the Committee of Vigilantes of San Francisco Constitution of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Constitution of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish) Constitution of the Congress of Industrial Organizations Constitution of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Constitution of the United States (1787) Contract Labor Law Control of Atomic energy, 1946 Convention (III) for the Adaptation to Maritime Warfare of the Principles of the Geneva Convention of 22 August 1864 Convention (IV) Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War Convention (IV) Respecting the Laws & Customs of War on Land Convention (IX) Concerning Bombardment by Naval Forces in Time of War Convention (V) Respecting the Rights & Duties of Neutral Powers & Persons Convention (VI) Relating to the Status of Enemy Merchant Ships at the Outbreak of Hostilities Convention (VII) Relating to the Conversion of Merchant Ships into War-ships Convention (VIII) Relative to the Laying of Automatic Submarine Contact Mines Convention (XI) Relative to Certain Restrictions with Regard to the Exercise of the Right of Capture Convention (XII) Relative to the Creation of an International Prize Court Convention (XIII) Concerning the Rights & Duties of Neutral Powers in Naval War Convention Against Torture & Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment Convention Ceding Alaska Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded & Sick in Armed Forces Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna & Flora Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women Convention on the High Seas Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production & Stockpiling of Bacteriological & Toxin Weapons Convention with Panama for the Construction of the Panama Canal Coolidge's Veto of the McNary-Haugen Bill Correspondence Between Cornwallis & Washington Prior to the Surrender at Yorktown Cotton Textile Code Covenant of the League of Nations Covode Resolution, 1868 Coxey's Program, Non-Interest-Bearing Bond Bill Coxey's Program, Good Roads Bill Creation of the Department of Health, Education & Welfare Crime of 73 Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 4 of 19

5 Crittenden Compromise of 1860 Crittenden-Johnson Resolutions on the Objects of the War Cruise of Dove CSA Constitution Currency Act of 1763 Dangers of Foreign Immigration Dangers of Rebellion Dangers of Slavery Dawes Severalty Act of 1887 Day's Work Making Gloves Dayton-Goose Creek Railway Company v. United States, Interstate Commerce Commission, et al. De Jonge v. Oregon De Lome Letter, 1897 Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb Declaration & Resolves of the First Continental Congress Declaration in the Name of the People Declaration of Causes which Induced the Secession of South Carolina Declaration of German Atrocities Declaration of Independence (Primary Source Document) Declaration of Liberties Declaration of Lima Declaration of Panama Declaration of Principles Declaration of the Causes & Necessity of Taking Up Arms Declaration of the Causes which Impel the State of Texas to Secede from the Federal Union Declaration of the Conservation Conference Declaration of the Immediate Causes Which Induce & Justify the Secession of Georgia from the Federal Union Declaration of the Immediate Causes which Induce & Justify the Secession of the State of Mississippi Declaration of the Rights of Man & of the Citizen Declaration of War on Germany Declaration of War on Japan Declaratory Act Defeat of the League of Nations Defense of Catholics in Public Office Democracy as a Detriment to Church & State Democratic Party Platform, 1860 Democratic Platform for 1932 Democratic Platform of 1868 Democratic Platform of 1896 Democratic Platform of 1936 Dennis et al. v. United States Description & History of Salem Desegregation Directive Desegregation of the Armed Forces Destroyers-for-Bases Agreement, 1940 Destruction of the Alabama Diary of a Southern Belle (Excerpts) Diary of Carrie Berry Diary of Rev. Clay MacCauley Diary of William H. Ashley Discourse of Western Planting Discovery of the New World Discussion of the Iroquois Constitution Disposition of the North Carolina Biennial Act Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 5 of 19

6 Divine Right to Occupy the Land Dominican Republic Intervention Statement, 1965 Domino Theory Principle Downes v. Bidwell Draft for a Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom Draft of Jefferson Day Address Dred Scott decision & the Declaration of Independence Dred Scott, Plaintiff in Error, v. John F. A. Sanford Duplex Printing Press Company v. Deering Earliest Protest Against Slavery Economic Bill of Rights Education & the Weaker Sex Education of Women Edward Prigg, Plaintiff in Error, v. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Defendant in Error Edwards v. California Eight Hour Law for Employees of the United States Einstein's Letter of 1939 Eisenhower Doctrine Eisenhower Doctrine, 1957 Eisenhower Letter of Support for President Ngo Dinh Diem Electoral Count Act Emancipation Proclamation (Primary Source Document) Emergency Railroad Transportation Act of 1933 Employment Act of 1946 Enfranchisement of Women English Account of the Battle of Lexington: Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith to Governor Gage English Background of the Monroe Doctrine English Language in America Enrollment Act Epistle to Quakers Esch-Cummins Act of 1920 Espionage Act of 1918 Essay for the Recording of Illustrious Providences European Recovery Program Everson v. Board of Education of the Township of Ewing et al. Ex Parte Garland, 1867 Ex Parte Merryman Ex Parte Milligan Ex Parte Yarbrough, Petitioner Examination of Anne Hutchinson Excerpt of the National Bank Act Excerpt of the Republican Party Platform Excerpts from `The Slave Trade, Domestic & Foreign' Excerpts from the Harmony of Interests: Agricultural, Manufacturing & Commercial Excerpts from the journal of Peter Skene Ogden Excerpts of the diary of Joseph Waddell Exchange of Letters Between Richard M Nixon & Ho Chi Minh Exchange of Memos Leading to the Dismissal of Secretary of War Stanton Executive Order for a 10 Hour Day Exposition of the League of Nations Extract from the Special Message of President Taft Eye-Witness Describes the Boston Massacre Factory Rules from the Handbook to Lowell, 1848 False Sentimentality about the Indians Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 6 of 19

7 Federal Grand Jury Report on the Ku Klux Klan Federal Power Commission v. Natural Gas Pipeline Co. Federal Trade Commission Act Federalist Papers (Great Neck Publishing) Firebell in the Night First Charter of Virginia First Lusitania Note to Germany First Open Door Note Five Power Naval Treaty of Fletcher v. Peck Floyd County, Georgia, Resolutions on Secession Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act of 1938 For Reform of the Naturalization Laws Foraker Act of 1900 Force Act of 1870 Ford Foundation Grant to Education Fort Wagner Four Power Pacific Treaty of 1921 Fourteen Points--2 American Interpretation of the Fourteen Points Fourth Annual Message to Congress (Buchanan) France's Reaction to the Invasion of Poland Freedman's Bureau Act of 1865 Freedmen's Bureau Freedom for Soldiers' Families Freedom of Information Kit French in Mexico--House Resolution on French Intervention French in Mexico--Mr. Seward to Mr. Motley French in Mexico--Mr.Seward to Mr. Adams Friends, Countrymen & Brethren From the Diary of Albigence Waldo, Surgeon at Valley Forge From the Diary of Ebenezer Denny Frontier Grievances from Pennsylvania Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 Fulbright Act of 1946 Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Fur-Sealing Controversy--Articles of Award of Tribunal of Arbitration Futility of Educating Indians Gadsden Purchase Treaty Galloway's Plan of Union General Butler on the 'Contraband' General Grant on Being a Candidate for Political Offices General McClellan's Farewell General Pope's Address to the Army of Virginia General Robert E Lee's Farewell to His Army Geneva Declaration of 1954 Gentlemen's Agreement of 1907 Georgia Platform of 1850 German Surrender Documents--WWII Germany's Statement Regarding Poland GI Bill of Rights, 1944 Gibbons, Apellant, v. Ogden, Respondent Gitlow v. People of New York Gold Repeal Resolution of 1933 Gold Repeal Resolution of 1933 (Primary Source Document) Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 7 of 19

8 Gold Standard Act of 1900 Good Neighbor Policy Gore-McLemore Resolutions & Wilson's reply Governor Burnet of Massachusetts on the Governor's salary Granger Movement--Resolutions of Springfield, Illinois Grant's Observations on Conditions in the South Grant's Recommendation of the Resumption of Specie Payments--1 Message of December 6, 1869 Grant's Recommendation of the Resumption of Specie Payments--2 Message of December 7, 1874 Graves et al., Commissioners Constituting the State Tax Commission of New York v. New York Ex Rel. O'Keefe Greeley's Prayer Green et al. v. Frazier, Governor, et al. Grosjean, Supervisor of Public Accounts of Louisiana, v. American Press Co., Inc, et al. Guatemalan Crisis Habeas Corpus Act of 1863 Habeas Corpus in Time of Rebellion Hamilton Plan of Union Hampton Roads Conference Hartford Convention Resolutions of 1815 Hatch Act of 1887 Hatch Act of 1939 Hawaiian Treaty of 1897 Hay's Circular Letter of 1899 Hay's Letter of Instruction Helvering v. Gerhardt Helvering, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, et al. v. Davis Hemispheric Defense Herndon v. Lowry, Sheriff Hirabayashi v. United States Hiram Craig, John Moore & Ephraim Moore vs. The State of Missouri Hiroshima Witness No. 3-3 Ho Chi Minh Reply to LBJ Letter Holden v. Hardy (No 1); Holden v. Hardy (No 2) Home Building & Loan Association v. Blaisdell et al. Homestead Act of 1862 Houston, East & West Texas Railway Company v. United States How I Became a Printer in Philadelphia How To Be the Perfect Housewife Humphrey's Executor v. United States Hyde Park Declaration I Have a Dream (Primary Source Document) Illinois Ex Rel. McCollum v. Board of Education of School District No. 71, Champaign County, Illinois Immigration Act of 1917 Immigration Act of 1921 Immigration Quota Act of 1924 Impeachment Articles Impeachment of Johnson--Charles Sumner: for Conviction Impeachment of Johnson--James Grimes: for Acquital In Re Debs, Petitioner In Re Eugene Debs, Petitioner In the House of Delegates In the Matter of the Aplication of Peter Jacobs In the Matter of the Application of Peter Jacobs, 1885 Incorporation of Bank of North America Independence of Texas Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 8 of 19

9 Independent Treasury Act of 1846 Indian Removal Act of 1830 Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field Instructions for the Virginia Colony Instructions from Malden, Massachusetts, for independence Instructions of the Town of Braintree, Massachusetts Instructions to Meriweather Lewis Internal Improvements & the Power of Congress International Covenant on Economic, Social, & Cultural Rights Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 Iroquois Constitution Issue of Limited War in Korea--Joint Chiefs of Staff to Gen. MacArthur Jackson's Message on the Specie Circular James Buffington, Late Collector of Internal Revenue v. Joseph M. Day Japan's Unconditional Surrender Japanese Offer of Surrender Jay Treaty Jefferson Davis' Inaugural Address Jefferson Davis' Last Message to the People of the Confederacy John Brown's Last Speech, 1859 John Brown's Raid John Hancock's Letter to the King of England Johnson Act of 1934 Johnson on Restoration of Southern States Johnson's Recommendation for the Revaluation of Public Debt Johnson-O'Malley Act Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee v. McGrath, Attorney General, et al. Joint Resolution Excluding Electoral Votes of the Late Jones Act of 1916 Journal of a Voyage from England to Philadelphia Journal of Captain Nathaniel J. Wyeth Expeditions to the Oregon Country Journey in the Seaboard States Judiciary Act of 1789 Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 Kentucky Resolutions Knights of Labor Constitution of 1878 Ku Klux Klan Act Ku Klux Klan: Organization & Principles Kyoto Protocol La Follette's Platform of 1924 Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947 Land Act of 1800 Land Law of 1820 Land Ordinance of 1785 Lansing-Ishii Agreement of 1917 Last Statement of Lt. William Calley to His Court Martial Lecompton Constitution Lee Resolution Leg I Left Behind Me Legal Tender Case: Juilliard v. Greenman Lend-Lease Act of 1941 Let Us Have Faith that Right Makes Might Letter From Birmingham Jail Letter of the President of the Federal Convention, to the President of Congress, Transmitting the Constitution Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 9 of 19

10 Letter of William Barret Travis from the Alamo, 1836 Letter on the Salem Witchcraft Proceedings Letter to A. Lincoln Letter to her Husband, Absent Upon Publick Employment Letter to Ho Chi Minh Letter to Khrushchev on the Cuban Missile Crisis Letter to the King & Queen of Spain Letter to the New York Recorder in Opposition to the Mexican/American War Letters Addressed to the Inhabitants of the Providence of Massachusetts Bay Letters from a Farmer Letters of C.W. Scott Letters Patent to John Cabot, 1496 Lever Act Leyden Agreement Liberal Republican Platform Liberator, Volume I, Number I Lieut. Otto Weddigen's Account of the U-9 Submarine Attack Life in the Rocky Mountains Lili Marlene Lili Marlene (English) Lincoln's Letter to General Hooker Lincoln's Message to Congress Lincoln's Plan of Reconstruction Lincoln's Reply to Greeley, 1862 Lincoln's Terms of Peace: Admiral Porter's Report of the City Point Conference Lincoln-Douglas Debate Number 1, 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate Number 2, 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate Number 3, 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate Number 4, 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate Number 5, 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate Number 6, 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debate Number 7, 1858 Little Old Sod Shanty on My Claim Lochner v. New York Locofoco Platform Lodge Corollary, 1912 Lord Dunmore's Proclamation Freeing the Slaves Lottery Case n1 Ludlow Massacre Lusitania Notes Lyndon B. Johnson Address to Congress, `We Shall Overcome' Macon's Bill, No. 2 Manifesto of Industrial Workers of the World Marching Song of the First Arkansas Regiment Marshall Plan (Primary Source Document) Martin, Plaintiff in Error, v. Mott, Defendant in Error Maryland Toleration Act Massachusetts Bill of Rights Massachusetts Circular Letter Massachusetts Government Act Massachusetts High School Law of 1827 Massachusetts House of Representatives on the Governor's Salary Massachusetts House to Earl of Shelburne Massachusetts House to Lord Camden Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 10 of 19

11 Massachusetts House to Marquis of Rockingham Massachusetts Personal Liberty Act Massachusetts School Law of 1642 (1) Massachusetts School Law of 1642 (2) Master of Life Speaks to the Wolf Mayflower Compact Mayor Wood's Recommendation for Secession of New York City McCarran Act of 1950 McCulloch v. The State of Maryland et al. McNaury-Haugen Bill of 1927 Mechanics & Working Girls Mediation Protocol of the ABC Conference Meeker v. Van Rensselaer Memoir for the Marquis de Seignelay Regarding the Dangers that Threaten Canada & the Means to Remedy Them Memoir on the English Aggression Memoir on the French Colonies in North America Memorial of Presbytery of Hanover County, Virginia Menace of Lend Lease Message to Adolf Hitler & Benito Mussolini Message to Emperor Hirohito, 1941 Message to Garcia Message to Gen MacArthur Message to the Atlanta City Council Micmac Responds to the French Milan Decree Military Lessons of the War Military Occupation of Japan Military Unpreparedness Minersville School District v. Gobitis, 1940 Minor v. Happersett Miranda v. Arizona, 1966 Mississippi Resolutions on Secession Missouri Compromise--The Tallmage Amendment Missouri Compromise--The Taylor Amendment Missouri Compromise--The Thomas Amendment Missouri Enabling Act of 1820 Mitchell v. United States et al. Mobile Address Modest Enquiry into the Nature & Necessity of Paper Currency Molasses Act Monroe Doctrine Monroe Doctrine & the National Honor Mooney-Billings Case: Conclusion of the Sub-Committee Moral Equivalent of War Morrill Act of 1862 Moscow Conference Muller v. The State of Oregon Munn v. Illinois Mutual Security Act of 1951 My Confession (Atrocities During the Mexican/American War) My Escape from Slavery Myers, Administratrix, v. United States Narrative of Her Life: Mary Jemison Narrative of Sojourner Truth Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 11 of 19

12 Narrative of the Captivity & Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave National Highway Program National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 National Labor Relations Act of 1935 National Security Act of 1947 National Uniformity in Textbooks & Curriculum Natural Slavery of Negro Naturalization Act Navigation Act of 1651 Navigation Act of 1660 Navigation Act of 1696 Nebbia v. New York Need for a Rational Forest Policy Negative View of Democracy Negotiations at Appomattox Negro as an American Negro Protest Against Segregation in Travel Negro View of the Mexican War Nelson Mandela's Speech Upon Release Neutrality Act of 1937 Neutrality Act of 1939 New England Confederation New Hampshire Resolution New Jersey Peace Resolutions--Resolutions of Legislature New State Ice Co. v. Liebmann New York City Resolutions on the Boston Port Act New York Sons of Liberty Resolutions on Tea Night Before Appomattox Nine Power Pact of 1922 Nixon Pardon Proclamation Remarks Nixon v. Herndon et al. NLRS v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Co. Norman v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, 1935 Norris-La Guardia Anti-Injunction Act of 1932 North Atlantic Treaty North Carolina Biennial Act Northampton County Resolutions on the Stamp Act Northern Securities Company v. United States Northwest Ordinance Note on Berlin BLockade & Airlift, 1948 Note to Japan on Violation of American Rights, 1938 Novanglus, No. VII Nullification of Force Bill Nullification Proclamation of 1832 Objections to the Federal Constitution Objections to the Taxation Consider'd Obligation of Power Ocala Platform Of Plymouth Plantation Old Soldiers Never Die Speech On Accomodating the Negroes On Bacon's Rebellion (Berkeley) On Bacon's Rebellion (Beverley) Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 12 of 19

13 On Braddock's Defeat On Conciliation with America On Educating Negro Women On Medical Education in the Colonies On Misreporting by the Press On Pension Legislation On Permitting Women to Preach On Restoration of White Rule in South Carolina On Suppressing Shays Rebellion On the Case of the Wounded On the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank On the Deaths of John Adams & Thomas Jefferson On the Disloyalty of Army Officers On the Essential Equality of the Sexes On the Misfortune of Indentured Servants On the Press as an Unofficial Tribunal On the Selection of Roman Catholic Bishops in America On the Unsuitability of Military Men for the Public Office On the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Open Letter to American Workers Open Skies Proposal Opinion of the Georgia Supreme Court on Interracial Marriage Opposition to Wilson's War Message--Speech of Robert M. LaFollette Ordinance & Constitution of the Virginia Company in England Oregon Boundary Treaty, 1846 Oregon Treaty Origins of the Apache Indians Our Treatment of the Cherokees Pacific Railroad Act of 1862 Papal Bull Inter Caetera Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 Patterson Plan of Union Paul Revere's Account of his Ride Peace in our Time Pendleton Act of 1883 Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges Pennsylvania Resolutions on the Boston Port Act Pennsylvania v. Nelson People of State of New York, Appellant, v. David L Williams, Respondent People vs. Fisher Perils of Unrestricted Immigration Permanent Habitation for the American Indians Persecution of the Jews Peticion al Gobierno de las Estados Unidos Petition of 1788 for the Abolition of Slavery in Connecticut Petition of London Merchants Against the Stamp Act Petition of London Merchants for Reconciliation with America Petition of Right Petition of the Inhabitants of Anson County, North Carolina Petition to Parliament: Reasons Against a Prohibition of Iron Manufacture in the Plantations Petition to Parliament: Reasons for Making Bar, As Well as Pig or Sow-Iron in His Majesty's Plantatations Petition to Parliament: Reasons Offered Against Encouraging Making Iron in America Philadelphia Penitentiary Philippine Independence Act of 1934 Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 13 of 19

14 Pierce, Governor of Oregon, et al. v. Society of Sisters; Pierce, Governor of Oregon, et al. v. Hill Military Academy Pinckney Treaty of 1795 Plan of Union Plantation Agreement at Providence Platform of the American Anti-Imperialist League, 1899 Platform of the Constitutional Union Party Platform of the Democratic (Breckenridge Faction) Party Platform of the Progressive Party Platform of the Socialist Party Platform of the Union National Convention Held in Baltimore, Md., June 7 & 8, 1864 Platt Amendment Plessy v. Ferguson Pollock v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Company Populist Party Platform, 1892 Positive Identification of Body of John Wilkes Booth Preamble of Industrial Workers of the World Preparedness is Militarism President Andrew Johnson's Provision for the Provisional Government of South Carolina President Grant's Proclamation Against the Fenian Invasion of Canada President Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points Presidential Succession Law of 1886 Presidential Succession Law of 1947 Press & Wartime Security Principles of the John Birch Society Privileges & Prerogatives Granted to Columbus Problem of Riders: Hayes' Veto of Army Appropriations Act Proclamation 4311 Proclamation Appointing a Governor for North Carolina Proclamation Declaring a Blockade of Southern Ports Proclamation of 1763 Proclamation of Neutrality Proclamation of Rebellion Proclamation of the Delano Grape Workers Proclamation of the First Thanksgiving Proclamation of the State of Israel Proclamation on Slaves Proclamation on the Whiskey Rebellion Proclamation Regarding Reconstruction Program for Social Security Prolonging Death is No Triumph Promise of Alaska Proposal to Arm then Free the Negroes Proprietors of Charles River Bridge, Plaintiffs in Error v. Proprietors of the Warren Bridge & Others Protest of the New Jersey Soldiers Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 (I) Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 (II) Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes Protocol for the Prohibition of the Use in War of Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases, & of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare Punishment of the Wicked Puritan Missions to the Indians Quartering Act of 1765 Quartering Act of 1774 Quebec Act Quock Walker Case Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 14 of 19

15 Racketeer Influenced & Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Law of 1970 Railroad Commission of Wisconsin et al. v. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company Railroad Retirement Board et al. v. Alton Railroad Co. et al. Railway Administration Act of 1918 Raleigh Letter Rambouillet Decree Reagan v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Company Recall of General MacArthur Recognition of Soviet Russia Recommendation of Repeal of the Bland-Allison Act Reconstruction Act of 1867 Reconstruction Act of 1867 (Supplement I) Reconstruction Act of 1867 (Supplement II) Reconstruction Act of 1868 Reconstruction of Tennessee -- Abraham Lincoln's Letter to Andrew Johnson Recruiting & Maintaining an Army Reform of the Federal Judiciary--1. Proposed Bill Relief, Recovery & Reform Religious Defense of Slavery Repeal of the Sherman Act Report of the Government for Western Territory Report of the Pujo Committee, 1913 Report on Manufacturers Report on Sanitary Conditions in New York Republican Platform of 1896 Republican Platform of 1936 Republican Response to the State of the Union Address (Dunn & Largent, 1999) Repudiation of Dollar Diplomacy: Statement from President Wilson Request to Repeal the Biennial Act Resolution for Recognition of Independence of Cuba Resolution of Congress on Public Lands Resolutions Against Foreign Mediation Resolutions in General Assembly Resolutions of the Freeholders of Albermarle County, Virginia Resolutions of the Illinois Legislature on the Emancipation Proclamation Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress Resolves of the Stamp Act Congress Restoration of Tennessee Rhode Island to Virginia Right to Die Rights of Man Rights of the British Colonies Asserted & Proved Rights of the Colonists Roe et al. v. Wade, District Attorney of Dallas County Roerich Pact: Institutions & Monuments in the Americas Role of the Indians in the Rivalry of France, Spain & England Roosevelt on the Trusts: Extract from First Annual Message to Congress Roosevelt's Bank Holiday Declaration of 1933 Roosevelt's Candidacy in 1912: Appeal of the Seven Governors Root-Takahira Agreement of 1908 Rough Draft of the Declaration of Independence Roving Editor or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States Rush-Bagot Agreement Salk Anti-Polio Vaccine Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 15 of 19

16 Samuel A Worcester, Plaintiff in Error v. The State of Georgia Samuel de Champlain: Voyages Santa Barbara Declaration of Environmental Rights Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad Company Schechter Poultry Corp. vs. United States Schenck v. United States; Baer v. United States SEATO Pact of 1954 Secession in Kentucky (I) Secession in Kentucky (II) Secession Ordinance of South Carolina Second Charter of Virginia Second Force Act of 1871 Second New Deal Secret Proceedings of the federal convention Sedition Act Selective Service Act of 1917 Selective Service Act of 1948 Senate Censure of Joseph McCarthy Senator Norris Opposes U.S. Entry into the War Seneca Falls Declaration Separation of Church & School Seward's Plan to Avert Civil War Shays' Rebellion Shell Manifesto, 1890 Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921 Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890 Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890 Sherman Silver Purchase Act Repeal, 1893 Short Account of the Mohawk Indians Short Narrative of My Life Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Situation in China Slaughterhouse Cases, 1873 Slave Ship Slave Trade Abolition Act of 1807 Slaves Not Rebellious Smith v. Allwright, Election Judge, et al. Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930 Smyth v. Ames; Smyth v. Smith; Smyth v. Higginson Social Creed of the Churches Social Security Act of 1935 South Carolina Immigration Bill South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification South Carolina Protest Against Tariff of 1828 South Carolina's Reply to Jackson's Proclamation Soviet Note to U.S. re: Laos Soviet Reply to U.S. Note of 18 August, 1961 Soviet-Japanese Neutrality & Denunciation Specie Circular Specie Resumption Act of 1875 Speech to Captain John Smith Spirit of the Catholic Church Spoils of Victory Stamp Act of 1765 Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 16 of 19

17 Standard Oil Company of New Jersey v. The United States State of Mississippi v. Johnson, President State of Missouri v. Holland, United States Game Warden States Rights & Nullification Status of Woman, Past, Present, & Future Statute of the International Court of Justice Steel Industry Dispute Statement Steward Machine Co. v. Davis, Collector of Internal Revenue Stimson Doctrine Stimson Doctrine, 1931 Suffolk Resolves Sumner's Resolutions on the Theory of Secession Supreme Court Actions Against Sherman M. Booth Surrender of General Joseph E Johnston Swanson Resolution T. Hammer, United States Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina, v. Dagenhart et al. Taft's Veto of the Cotton Bill (H.R ) Taft-Katsura Memorandum Tampico Incident: Wilson's Message to Congress Tanner's Narrative Taylor Act Tea Act of 1773 Teapot Dome: Joint Resolution of Congress on Cancellation of Oil Leases Tehran Conference Tennessee Valley Authority Act of 1933 Tenth Congress Session I Chapter V, 1807 Tenure of Office Act of 1867 Testimony of Benjamin Singleton Testimony of the Canadian Fugitives Testimony on Soviet Preparations to Attack Germany Testimony on the Gassing at Auschwitz Texas & New Mexico Act of 1850 Texas Declaration of Independence Texas v. White, 1869 Theory of Leisure Class, chap 7 Third Charter of Virginia Thomas Jefferson on the Importance of New Orleans Thomas Jefferson's Opinion on the Constitutionality of the Bank Thoughts on Female Education To My Dear & Loving Husband To the Working-Men of Manchester England Today the Guns are Silent Tonkin Gulf Incident Townshend Revenue Act Traux et al., Copartners, Doing Business Under the Firm Name & Style of William Traux, v. Corrigan et al. Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapon Tests in the Atmosphere Treaty for the Cession of Louisiana Treaty of Alliance with France Treaty of Amity & Commerce Treaty of Arbitration with China Treaty of Greenville Wyandots, Delawares, Etc. Treaty of Peace with Spain Treaty of Tordesillas Treaty of Versailles, 1919 Points of View Reference Center-July/August 2015 Page 17 of 19

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