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Jefferies, in the character of Atropos, cutting the thread of English Liberty

Queen Caroline. Britain's best hope!! England's sheet-anchor!!!

Scene in the House on the passage of the proposition to amend the Constitution, January 31, 1865

Uncle Abe's valentine sent by Columbia; an envelope full of broken chains.

Justice versus prejudice / Keppler.

Conferring over ratification [of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution] at [National Woman's Party] headquarters, Jackson Pl[ace] [Washington, D.C.]. L-R Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Mrs. Abby Scott Baker, Anita Pollitzer, Alice Paul, Florence Boeckel, Mabel Vernon (standing, right)

[National Woman's Party activists watch Alice Paul sew a star onto the NWP Ratification Flag, representing another state's ratification of the 19th Amendment]

The Bill of Rights

Gov[ernor] Emmett D. Boyle of Nevada signing resolution for ratification of Nineteenth Amendment to Constitution of U.S. - Mrs. Sadie D. Hurst who presented the resolution, Speaker of the Assembly D.J. Fitzgerald and group of Suffrage Women, Feb. 7, 1920, Carson City, Nevada

Democratic Digest. Attorney General Tom Clark looking at Bill of Rights II

Democratic Digest. Attorney General Tom Clark looking at Bill of Rights I

Thanksgiving, 1942. Freedom to worship God in his own way--everywhere in the world." For this we fight, said President Roosevelt in his address to the seventy-seventh Congress. Because the Fincham family, like other Americans, have been nourished on the Bill of Rights and the Constitution, they are fighting for the things they pray for. Four of Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Fincham's six fighting sons, visiting their home in Silver Spring, Maryland, attend church services

A bill of rights as provided in the ten original amendments to the constitution of the United States in force December 15, 1791. [n. p. 1942?].

A bill of rights as provided in the ten original amendments to the constitution of the United States in force December 15, 1791. [n. p. 195-].

Our Bill of Rights is everybody's business / Stanley Dersh.

James Madison's copy of the Bill of Rights

Emancipation Proclamation. Proclamation by the governor / E. Knobel, fec.

Emancipation Proclamation. Proclamation by the governor / E. Knobel, fec.

J. Gregory Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 10, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment in Vermont)

J. Gregory Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 10, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment in Vermont)

James Y. Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

James Y. Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Thomas E. Bramlette to Kentucky Legislature, Wednesday, March 01, 1865 (Printed letter concerning 13th Amendment)

Thomas E. Bramlette to Kentucky Legislature, Wednesday, March 01, 1865 (Printed letter concerning 13th Amendment)

The Fifteenth amendment

The Fifteenth amendment

The Fifteenth amendment

Thomas E. Bramlette to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 02, 1865 (Kentucky's rejection of 13th Amendment)

Thomas E. Bramlette to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 02, 1865 (Kentucky's rejection of 13th Amendment)

The eighteenth amendment and its enforcement. Address by Wayne B. Wheeler, LL. D. at the National conference, Washington, D. C., September 15, 1920. [Westerville, Ohio. 1920].

The eighteenth amendment and its enforcement. Address by Wayne B. Wheeler, LL. D. at the National conference, Washington, D. C., September 15, 1920. [Westerville, Ohio. 1920].

The eighteenth amendment and its enforcement. Address by Wayne B. Wheeler, LL. D. at the National conference, Washington, D. C., September 15, 1920. [Westerville, Ohio. 1920].

The eighteenth amendment and its enforcement. Address by Wayne B. Wheeler, LL. D. at the National conference, Washington, D. C., September 15, 1920. [Westerville, Ohio. 1920].

Henry G. Blasdel to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 17, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Henry G. Blasdel to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 17, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

The fifteenth amendment

The fifteenth amendment

The fifteenth amendment

The fifteenth amendment

The Fifteenth Amendment and its results / drawn by G.F. Kahl.

The Fifteenth Amendment and its results / drawn by G.F. Kahl.

The result of the Fifteenth Amendment, and the rise and progress of the African race in America and its final accomplishment, and celebration on May 19th, A.D., 1870

The result of the Fifteenth Amendment, and the rise and progress of the African race in America and its final accomplishment, and celebration on May 19th, A.D., 1870

Temple of liberty

Temple of liberty

[Don C.] Buell to Thomas T. Eckert, Wednesday, February 08, 1865 (Telegram reporting defeat of 13th Amendment in Delaware)

[Don C.] Buell to Thomas T. Eckert, Wednesday, February 08, 1865 (Telegram reporting defeat of 13th Amendment in Delaware)

Samuel A. Cony to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 07, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Samuel A. Cony to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 07, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

The result of the Fifteenth Amendment, and the rise and progress of the African race in America and its final accomplishment, and celebration on May 19th, A.D., 1870

The result of the Fifteenth Amendment, and the rise and progress of the African race in America and its final accomplishment, and celebration on May 19th, A.D., 1870

The result of the Fifteenth Amendment, and the rise and progress of the African race in America and its final accomplishment, and celebration on May 19th, A.D., 1870

James M. Ashley, Sunday, December 25, 1864 (Printed circular regarding passage of 13th Amendment; endorsed by Ashley)

James M. Ashley, Sunday, December 25, 1864 (Printed circular regarding passage of 13th Amendment; endorsed by Ashley)

From the Independent gazetteer, &c. Mr. Printer. In order that people may be sufficiently impressed, with the necessity of establishing a Bill of rights in the formation of a new constitution, it is very proper to take a short view of some of th

From the Independent gazetteer, &c. Mr. Printer. In order that people may be sufficiently impressed, with the necessity of establishing a Bill of rights in the formation of a new constitution, it is very proper to take a short view of some of th

John Brough to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 08, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

John Brough to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 08, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

John G. Nicolay to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 31, 1865 (Telegram reporting passage of 13th Amendment by Congress)

John G. Nicolay to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 31, 1865 (Telegram reporting passage of 13th Amendment by Congress)

Baldwin to Thomas T. Eckert, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment by Maryland Senate)

Baldwin to Thomas T. Eckert, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment by Maryland Senate)

Congress, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Joint Resolution Submitting 13th Amendment to the States; signed by Abraham Lincoln and Congress)

Congress, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Joint Resolution Submitting 13th Amendment to the States; signed by Abraham Lincoln and Congress)

Ward H. Lamon and Edward L. Baker to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Ward H. Lamon and Edward L. Baker to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Library bill of rights. [Chicago, Printed by the Norman Press, 1962].

Library bill of rights. [Chicago, Printed by the Norman Press, 1962].

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous

John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram concerning 13th Amendment)

John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram concerning 13th Amendment)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, February 5 [1865] (Copy of 13th Amendment sent to Gov. Bramlette)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, February 5 [1865] (Copy of 13th Amendment sent to Gov. Bramlette)

Emancipation Ordinance of Missouri. An ordinance abolishing slavery in Missouri / E. Knobel.

Emancipation Ordinance of Missouri. An ordinance abolishing slavery in Missouri / E. Knobel.

Emancipation Ordinance of Missouri. An ordinance abolishing slavery in Missouri / E. Knobel.

The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th, 1870 / from an original design by James C. Beard.

The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th, 1870 / from an original design by James C. Beard.

The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th, 1870 / from an original design by James C. Beard.

The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th, 1870 / from an original design by James C. Beard.

Richard J. Oglesby to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Richard J. Oglesby to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 01, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)