5 edition of The Negro in the Congressional record 1821-1824 found in the catalog.
The Negro in the Congressional record 1821-1824
1970 by Bergman publishers in New York .
|Statement||compiled and annotated by Peter M. Bergman and Jean McCarroll.|
|Series||The negro in the Congressional record -- v.8|
|Contributions||Bergman, Peter M., McCarroll, Jean., United States. Congress.|
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