Stone Collection: Volume 10 - Item 7
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7. James G. Blaine, Jefferson Davis—Amnesty. In the House of Representatives, Monday, January 10, 1876 (N.p., [1876?]). (6 p.)
Speech in the House of Representatives regarding the question of whether Jefferson Davis should be granted amnesty. The speaker, a Representative from Maine, objects to amnesty for Davis because of his responsibility for the deaths of Union soldiers in Andersonville.