ACTS AT THE SESSION OF 1865-66, OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ALABAMA, HELD IN THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY, COMMENCING ON THE 3D MONDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1865.

Montgomery: Reid & Screws, State Printers, 1866. 631, [1 blank] pp. Blank margins of last leaf archivally reinforced. Clean text. Very Good, in later buckram with title and name of library stamped on spine.

The first post-War Session of this rebellious State praises the "wise and just" Reconstruction policy of President Johnson; urges the withdrawal of federal troops from Alabama because its citizens have "renewed their allegiance to the federal government with unexampled unanimity and sincerity of purpose;" pleads for the release from prison of Alabama politician C.C. Clay; urges ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment abolishing slavery; and enacts a variety of post-War public and private laws.
Ellison 1431. Babbitt 6. Item #30284

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