Stone Collection: Volume 13 - Item 6
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6. W. R. Vaughan, Vaughan’s Freedmen’s Pension Bill: Being an Appeal in Behalf of Men Released from Slavery. A Plea for American Freedmen and a Rational Proposition to Grant Pensions to Persons of Color Emancipated from Slavery (Omaha, NB: By the author, 1890). (125 p.)
Monograph as described by the title. Thirteen reasons for providing former slaves with a pension can be found on pages 58-58.