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10 titles with subject: Impressment -- Confederate States of America.

  • Amendment to the Negro Soldier Bill. Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives


  • Circular ... [concerning the employment of free negroes and slaves in certain capacities ...]. Confederate States of America. Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office


  • Communication from Secretary of War: November 28, 1864. Confederate States of America. War Dept


  • Correspondence of the Department of State, in Relation to the British Consuls Resident in the Confederate States. Confederate States of America. Dept. of State


  • Mr. Rogers' Minority Report. Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives. Select Committee on Increase of Military Force


  • Senate Bill, No. 109: An Act to Amend an Act Entitled "An Act to Increase the Efficiency of the Army by Employing Free Negroes and Slaves in Certain Capacities," Approved February 17th, 1864. Confederate States of America. Congress. Senate


  • Senate Bill, No. 129: A Bill to Provide for the Employment of Free Negroes and Slaves to Work Upon Fortifications and Perform Other Labor Connected with the Defences of the Country. Confederate States of America. Congress. Senate


  • Senate Bill, No. 190. A Bill to Provide for Raising Two Hundred Thousand Negro Troops. Confederate States of America. Congress. Senate


  • Senate Bill, No. 51: A Bill to Provide Supplies for the Army and to Prescribe the Mode of Making Impressments. Confederate States of America. Congress. Senate


  • State of the Country. Speech of Hon. A. G. Brown, of Mississippi, in the Confederate Senate, December 24, 1863. Albert Gallatin Brown, 1813-1880