Acts Passed at the First Session of the Fourteenth Congress of the United States.

By: United States Congress

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Washington, 1816. Covers the session from December 1815 through April 1816. James Madison was President. Includes laws concerning leasing the "new building on Capitol Hill"; for making appropriations to implement the treaty with the Cherokee nation; for surveying land in Michigan to be used as military bounty; in addition to other acts regarding the budget, the military, road-building, etc. Includes text of the Treaty of Algiers, the Convention of the Cherokees, and treaties with the following tribes: Kickapoos, Jaways, Teeton, Sioux, Piankeshaw, Wyandots, Yancton, Sac, Fox, Great and Little Osages, Kanzas, Mahas and the Cherokees. Original blue-gray paper wraps (softcover) with paper spine over stitched binding as issued. Pages uncut, and, for the most part, unopened. Condition is worn, with scattered foxing and some curling of page edges. Complete and quite readable. Good copy of a historically significant document.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. 8vo (9" x 5.75" or 23 cm x 14.5 cm). First Edition.

Title: Acts Passed at the First Session of the Fourteenth Congress of the United States.

Author Name: United States Congress

Categories: Law and Legal History, American History and Biography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Washington, 1816

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 000085

Keywords: EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY LAWS CONGRESS LEGAL HISTORY