Call Number (LC) Title Results
JK316 .J4 Thomas Jefferson on constitutional issues : selected writings, 1787-1825 / 1
JK316 .J4 1962i Thomas Jefferson on constitutional issues selected writings, 1787-1825 / 1
JK316 .M3 The States rights debate: antifederalism and the Constitution : with selected documents.
The States rights debate: antifederalism and the Constitution; with selected documents.
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JK316 .M8 The triumph of nationalism : State sovereignty, the Founding Fathers, and the making of the Constitution / 2
JK316 .O58 1983 The origins of the federal republic : jurisdictional controversies in the United States, 1775-1787 / 2
JK316 .O58 1983eb The origins of the federal republic : jurisdictional controversies in the United States, 1775-1787 / 2
JK316 .T39 1905i Disunion sentiment in Congress in 1794 a confidential memorandum hitherto unpublished / 2
JK318 .D74 The just supremacy of Congress over the territories 1
JK318 .F5 The law of the territories 1
JK318 .H88 1848 Speech of Mr. Chas. Hudson, of Mass., on the constitutional power of Congress over the territories, and the right of excluding slavery therefrom : delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., June 20, 1848. 1
JK318 .P47 1860i "Posting the books between the North and the South" speech of Hon. John J. Perry, of Maine : delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, March 7, 1860. 1
JK318 .S67 1855i A series of articles on the value of the Union to the South lately published in the Charleston standard / 1
JK320 .P3 The right of secession 1
JK320 .R3 1862i American dis-union: constitutional or unconstitutional? a reply to Mr. James Spence upon the question "Is secession a constitutional right?" discussed in his recent work, "The American union" / 1
JK320 .W8 Citizenship sovereignty, 1
JK320 .W82 1863i Citizenship sovereignty 1
JK320 .W82 1864r Citizenship sovereignty / 1
JK321 .B66 Is Davis a traitor or, Was secession a constitutional right previous to the war of 1861?/ 1
JK321 .D55 1871i Notes on historical evidence in reference to adverse theories of the origin and nature of the government of the United States of America 1
JK321 .G7 The sovereignty of the people 1