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Massachusetts in the War, 1861-1865 - Page 59
by James Lorenzo Bowen - 1888 - 1029 pages
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 30

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Literary Criticism - 1865
...this purpose he has appropriated the islands south from Charleston, the abandoned rice plantations along the rivers for 30 miles back from the sea, and the country bordering ffi the St. John Iliver, Florida. In settlements hereafter to bo established no white person is to...
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Sherman and his campaigns; a military biography

Samuel Millard Bowman, Richard Biddle Irwin - United States - 1865 - 520 pages
...freedmen : " I. The islands from Charleston south, the abandoned ricefields along the rivers for thirty miles back from the sea, and the country bordering the St. John's River, Florida, are reserved and set apart for the settlement of the negroes now made free by the acts of war and the...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 30

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1865
...this purpose he has appropriated the islands south from Charleston, the abandoned rice plantations along the rivers for 30 miles back from the sea, and the country bordering on the St. John Hirer, Florida. In settlements hereafter to be established no white person is to reside,...
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Sherman and His Campaigns: a Military Biography

Samuel Millard Bowman, Richard Biddle Irwin - United States - 1865 - 512 pages
...: " I. The islands from Charleston south, the abandoned ricefields along the rivers for thirty miles back from the sea, and the country bordering the St. John's River, Florida, are reserved and set apart for the settlement of the negroes now made free by the acts of war and the...
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The Crisis of Emancipation in America: Being a Review of the History of ...

Frederic Seebohm - African Americans - 1865 - 40 pages
...Headquarters, Military Division of the Mississippi, in the field, Savannah, Ga., Jan. 16, 1865. " 1. The islands from Charleston south, the abandoned rice fields along the rivers for thirty miles back from the sea, and the country bordering the St. John Kiver, Florida, are reserved...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of ..., Volume 5; Volume 1865

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1870
...1S65, ;' I. The islands from Charleston, South, the abandoned rice-fields along the rivers for thirty miles back from the sea, and the country bordering the St. John's River, Florida, are reserved and set apart for the settlement of the negroes now made free by the acts of war and the...
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Memoirs of General William T. Sherman, Volume 2

William Tecumseh Sherman - United States - 1875
...1865. < 1. The islands from Charleston south, the abandoned rice-fields along the rivers for thirty miles back from the sea, and the country bordering the St. John's River, Florida, are reserved and set apart for the settlement of the negroes now made free by the acts of war and the...
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The New Princeton Review, Volume 2

Theology - 1886
...full : 1. "The islands from Charleston south, the abandoned rice-fields along the rivers for thirty miles back from the sea, and the country bordering the St. John's River, Florida, are reserved and set apart for the settlement of the negroes now made free by the acts of war and the...
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Memoirs of General William T. Sherman, Volume 2

William Tecumseh Sherman - United States - 1886
...The islands from Charleston south, the abandoned rice-fields along the rivers for thirty miles hack from the sea, and the country bordering the St. John's River, Florida, are reserved and set apart for the settlement of the negroes now made free by the acts of war and the...
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