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The Peonage Cases
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Notes and References
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1(i873) i6 Wall. 36.
1This reference contains 2 citations:
- Matter of Turner (1867) I Abbott's U.S. Rep. 84
- Morley's Life of Glad- stone, Vol. I, p. 221
2(1873) I6 Wall. go9.
31883) 109 U. S. 3, 23.
1Lewis (I902) II4 Fed. 963
2Chapman (1895) I56 U. S. 2II-215
1Cong. Globe, I866-7, Part 3, p. 157.
1Humes v. United States (1898) I70 U. S. 210.
1Peonage Cases (1903) 123 Fed. 671.