5 edition of black code of the District of Columbia, in force September 1st, 1848 found in the catalog.
by Published for the A. & F. Anti-Slavery Society, by William Harned in New York
Written in English
Cohen, M.L. Bib. of early Amer. law, 9876
|Statement||by Worthington G. Snethen.|
|Contributions||Snethen, Worthington G., United States.|
|LC Classifications||KFD1611.5.A34 A3 1848|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||32030986|
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The Black Code of the District of Columbia: In Force September 1st, The Black Code of the District of Columbia: In Force September 1st, adjudged aforesaid apprehend barter BLACK CODE black or mulatto CHAPTER City of Washington Clerk COLOEED colored person committed conviction thereof Corporation of Washington County Court.
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The black code of the District of Columbia, in force September 1st, Black Codes Primary Documents E A58 v no Washington (D.C.), Worthington G Snethen, and United States. The Black Code of the District of Columbia, in Force September 1st, Sep 11, · Were African Americans in attendance to witness the legislative debates that shaped their freedom.
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District of Columbia: District of Columbia code, annotated. Containing the laws, general and permanent in their nature, relating to or in force in the District of Columbia (except such laws as are of application in the District of Columbia by reason of being general and permanent laws of the United States), in force on January 2, Image credit: The Black Code of the District of Columbia, in force September 1st,by Worthington G.
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The Black Code of the District of Columbia, in Force September 1st, (New York: Published for the A. and F. Anti-Slavery Society, ), by Washington (D.C.), ed. by Worthington G. Snethen (multiple formats at Google) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under: Slavery. The Black Codes, sometimes called Black Laws, were laws governing the conduct of African Americans (free blacks). The best known of them were passed in and by Southern states, after the American Civil War, in order to restrict African Americans' freedom, and to compel them to work for low home-and-stone-investments.comr, Black Codes existed before the Civil War, and many Northern states had them.
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- "The first section contains the acts of Congress. The second section, the old Maryland laws in regard to slavery, in force in the District of Columbia at the time of its cession by Maryland to the Federal government, and by Congress continued in force by act 27th February,section (2.
The introduction of Prince Hall Freemasonry in the District of Columbia came about through the organization and character of Social Lodge in Among freedmen, who were residents of the county of Washington [in the District of Columbia], were 29 men, 4 of who had been made Masons in England and 6 others in Laurel Lodge of Philadelphia.
The Language of Law: Interpreting Nineteenth-Century legal documents. The documentary record produced in the course of nineteenth-century American legal proceedings was truly enormous. Every court day in every town and city in the country clerks and lawyers produced sheet after sheet of forms, complaints, deeds, warrants, and petitions.
A seal and motto, "Justitia Omnibus" (Justice for All), are adopted for the District of Columbia. June 20, The territorial government of the District of Columbia, including the non-voting delegate to Congress, is abolished.
Three temporary commissioners and a subordinate military engineer are appointed by the president. This collection consists of library books and manuscripts, totalling approximately 8, pages drawn principally from the Law Library and the Rare Book and Special Collections Division of the Library of Congress, with a few from the General Collections.
The selection was guided in large part by.Revised 3/11 for the Government of the District of Columbia 1 Government of the District of Columbia FIRST SOURCE EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (Codified in D.C.
Official Code §§ and ) for recruitment, referral, and placement of District of Columbia residents, is full force and effect and transferee shall remain subject to all.District of Alexandria, 22nd Army Corps, to September, SERVICEDuty in the Defenses of Washington and Alexandria entire term except participated in the Maryland Campaign SeptemberAttached temporarily to 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Army Corps, Army of the Potomac.
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