Historical Documents

1. Racist President Lincoln

Racist President Lincoln said on March 4, 1861 His first inaugural Address” “I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the States where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.” Those who nominated and elected […]

2. Georgia Memorial To Congress

The legislature for the State of Georgia declares the 14th and 15th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution to be void and without effect.

3. The Validity of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution

U.S. Representative T.U. Sisson of Mississippi gives testimony before the U.S. House Senate Judiciary Committee that the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments were not adopted in accordance to the U.S. Constitution. The question of ratifications of Constitutional Amendments is a “Judicial Question” for the Federal Courts.

4. Virginia Magazine

Virginia’s Reconstruction Convention

5. Reconstruction Acts

This is a study on the Reconstruction Acts of 1867 and why they are unconstitutional.

6. U.S. Representative, Mr. Rarick

Non Ratification of U.S. Constitution 14th Amendment

7. Ulysses S. Grant’s First Message To Congress

As President of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant gives his first message to Congress.

8. Executive Document Number 57

To the Senate a report of the Secretary of State, showing the proceeding under current resolution requesting the President of the United States to submit an additional Article to the U.S. Constitution.

9. U.S. Representative, Cordell Hull

Non Ratification of U.S. Constitution 14th Amendment

10. Dictionary Of American History

Reconstruction

21. Legislative History

U.S. Congress Senate Library

11. Congressional Globe

39th Congress, Sess. II (Dec. 14, 1866) District of Columbia Suffrage

12. Congressional Globe 5

40th Congress, Sess. II (March 11, 1868) Reconstruction; State Governments

22. Letter of Governor Bullock

“The statement of Hon. Nelson Tift to the Reconstruction Committee of Congress”

23. Letter of the General of the Army of the United States

A statement of the number of white and colored voters registered in each of the States subject to the Reconstruction Acts of Congress.

13. Congressional Globe 4

40th Congress, Sess. I, (March 23, 1867) Veto Message

24. Articles of Confederation June 11, 1776

14. Congressional Globe 3

Supplementary Reconstruction Bill

15. Constitutional Law – 16 C.J.S. 5

A legal review on amending the United States Constitution

16. Congressional Globe 2

Debates on the 14th and 15th Amendments

17. Congressional Globe

Admission of Southern States and Arkansas; Reconstruction

18. Letter of Governor Jenkins

Address of Governor Jenkins to the people of Georgia

19. Reconstruction Acts of 1867

An Opinion of the United States Attorney

20. Mark Twain’s Letters

“They are opened, and awful is the smell thereof! Millions of politicians have suddenly begun to prate, with unprecedented energy, even for their tribe, and they foul all the air with their corrupt and suffocating breath. It is all about reconstruction. The truth is, that the more Congress reconstructs, the more the South goes to […]