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EstablishMENT OF THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU, 1865.—From

“United States Statutes at Large,” Vol. XIII., pp. 507-

509

159

PRESIDENT JOHNson's REHABILITATION OF THE SOUTHERN

STATES, 1865.-From “United States Statutes at Large,”

Vol. XIII., pp. 760–761 .

163

First Civil Rights Act, 1866.-From “United States Statutes

at Large,” Vol. XIV., pp. 27-29

Johnson's PROCLAMATION OF THE END OF INSURRECTION,

1866.-From J. D. Richardson's “Messages and Papers

of the Presidents." Washington: Government Printing

Office, 1897, Vol. VI., pp. 434-438

172

TENURE OF OFFICE Act, 1867.-From "United States Statutes

at Large," Vol. XIV., pp. 430-432

182

First RECONSTRUCTION Act, 1867.-From “United States

Statutes at Large,” Vol. XIV., pp. 428-429

186

SECOND RECONSTRUCTION Act, 1867.–From “United States

Statutes at Large," Vol. XV., pp. 2–4 ·

190

INTERPRETATION OF THE RECONSTRUCTION Acts, 1867.-From

J. D. Richardson's “Messages and Papers of the Presi-

dents." Washington: Government Printing Office, 1897,

Vol. VI., pp. 552-556

PROCLAMATION AGAINST THE FENIAN MOVEMENT, 1866, 1870.

From J. D. Richardson's “Messages and Papers of the

Presidents." Washington: Government Printing Office,

1897, Vol. VI., p. 433; Vol. VII., p. 85 ..

206

TREATY with Russia for the Cession of ALASKA, 1867.--

From “Revised Statutes of the United States Relating to

the District of Columbia.” Washington: Government

Printing Office, 1875, pp. 671-673 ..

MEXICAN CHARGES AGAINST MAXIMILIAN, 1867.-From

"American Annual Cyclopædia, 1867." New York: D.

Appleton & Co., 1868, p. 489

216

GENERAL GRANT MADE PRACTICALLY INDEPENDENT OF THE

PRESIDENT, 1867.-From “United States Statutes at

Large," Vol. XIV., pp. 486-487

. 220

The JOHNSON-STANTON CONTROVERSY, 1867-68.-From J. D.

Richardson's "Messages and Papers of the Presidents."

Washington: Government Printing Office, 1897, Vol. VI.,

pp. 556, 583-584, 593-594, 622

222

253

IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON, 1868.-From "Senate

Miscellaneous. Documents No. 842,” Fortieth Congress,

Second Session (1867-68). Washington: Government

Printing Office, 1868

PRESIDENT GRANT's First INAUGURAL ADDRESS, 1869.-From

J. D. Richardson's "Messages and Papers of the Presi-

dents.” Washington: Government Printing Office, 1897,

Vol. VII., pp. 6-8

PRESIDEN
PRESIDENT GRANT'S SAN DOMINGO MESSAGE, 1870.--From

J. D. Richardson's “Messages and Papers of the Presi-

dents.” Washington: Government Printing Cffice, 1897,

Vol. VII., pp. 61-63

Civil SERVICE REFORM RULES, 1871.- From J. D. Richard-

son's “Messages and Papers of the Presidents.” Wash-

ington: Government Printing Office, 1897, Vol. VII., pp.

156-159

Acts to ENFORCE THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT OF THE Con-

STITUTION, 1870–71.–From “United States Statutes at

Large,” Vol. XVI., pp. 140-146, 433-440.

ACT TO ENFORCE THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT TO THE

CONSTITUTION, 1871.-From the "Congressional Globe,

Forty-second Congress, First Session, Part 2, 1871, Ap-

pendix, pp. 335-336

President Grant's South Carolina PROCLAMATION, 1871.-

From J. D. Richardson's “Messages and Papers of the

Presidents." Washington: Government Printing Office,

1897, Vol. VII., pp. 135-136

PRESIDENT GRANT's SuspensION OF THE WRIT OF Habeas

CORPUS, 1871.-From J. D. Richardson's "Messages and

Papers of the Presidents.” Washington: Government

Printing Office, 1897, Vol. VII., pp. 136-137 .

THE KU-KLUX KLAN (PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY,

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, 1871). — Text from the

report of the Joint Select Committee on the Condition

of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States, “House

Reports," Forty-second Congress, Second Session, No.

22, Part 1, pp. 48–49

CONSTITUTION OF A LOCAL LODGE OF THE Ku-Klux Klan,

1871.-From the report of the Joint Select Committee on

the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States,

“House Reports,” Forty-second Congress, Second Session,

No. 22, Part 2, pp. 414-415

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