Stone Collection: Volume 28 - Item 10
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10. H[ernando] D. Money, Right of Suffrage in North Carolina. Speech of Hon. H. D. Money, of Mississippi, in the Senate of the United States, Thursday, January 25, 1900 (Washington, DC: n.p., 1900). (36 p.)
Defense of the understanding clauses in the constitutions of several Southern states, claiming that African Americans in North Carolina were not disfranchised because of their illiteracy but “on account of the nonpayment of their taxes” (i.e., to poll tax).