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Returning Connecticut troops, 1776 - from the American Time Capsule

Resource: Report of the arguments of counsel, in the case of Prudence Crandall, plff. in error, vs. State of Connecticut : before the Supreme Court of Errors, at their session at Brooklyn, July term, 1834 / by a Member of the bar is a report on a court case in Connecticut against a woman who set up a school for colored children in 1833. This document is part of the Slaves and the Courts, 1740-1860 collection.

License: The Library of Congress is not aware of any restrictions on use of materials in the American Time Capsule collection. See individual items for specifics.

Additional info: The American Memory Collection includes a wide range of materials from the LoC's collections, and has associated Teachers resources, a Today in History feature, and is browsable by topic, time period, place, and type of resource (maps, photographs, manuscripts, music, etc.)

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