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Woodward, George W. (George Washington), 1809-1875 Library of Congress/NACO

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VIAF ID: 29402875 (Personal)

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  1. The views of Judge Woodward and Bishop Hopkins on Negro slavery at the South illustrated from the Journal of a residence on a Georgian plantation ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO
  2. Woodward on foreigners. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  3. The true views of hon. G.W. Woodward on secession, etc., stated he considers the general government too weak, and desires it strengthened : he wishes the constitution amended so that it shall sanction slavery; and the liberty of the press and speech put down in the north. ‎(1) National Library of the Netherlands-test
  4. The quiet land titles in Missouri. (To accompany Bill H.R. No. 237.), 1868: ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  5. Speech of Hon. George W. Woodward, delivered at the great union meeting in Independence square, Philadelphia, December 13th, 1860 : the Democratic platform, adopted by the state convention at Harrisburg, on the 17th June, 1863. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  6. Opinions of a man who wishes to be governor of Pennsylvania. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  7. McClellan. G.B. Soldiers read! Letter from Gen. McClellan, 1863: ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  8. George W. Woodward correspondence ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  9. Democratic Party (Pa.). State Central Committee. Soldiers read! Citizens read!: address of the Democratic State Central Committee ... 1863: ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  10. Address of the Hon. George W. Woodward of Wilkesbarre, Pa. : delivered on the occasion of the erection of a monument to the memory of Francis R. Shunk, late governor of Pennsylvania, at Trappe, Montgomery County, Pa., July 4th, 1851. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO

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