The Jefferson-Lemen Compact The Relations of Thomas Jefferson and James Lemen in the Exclusion of Slavery from Illinois and Northern Territory with Related Documents 1781-1818
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The Jefferson-Lemen Compact The Relations of Thomas Jefferson and James Lemen in the Exclusion of Slavery from Illinois and Northern Territory with Related Documents 1781-1818

By Willard C. (Willard Carey) MacNaul
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Table of Contents
  • The Jefferson-Lemen Compact
  • Willard C. MacNaul
  • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • DOCUMENTS
      • PIONEER LETTERS
    • DOCUMENTS
    • PIONEER LETTERS
  • NOTE
    • INTRODUCTION
    • DOCUMENTS
  • II. PECK'S HISTORY OF THE JEFFERSON-LEMEN COMPACT
    • Chapter I.
      • Chapter II.
    • Chapter II.
    • III. "HOW ILLINOIS GOT CHICAGO"
    • IV. ADDRESS TO THE FRIENDS OF FREEDOM
    • V. RECOLLECTIONS OF A CENTENNARIAN
    • VI. IN MEMORY OF REV. JAMES LEMEN, SR.
  • VII. STATEMENT REGARDING JOSEPH B. LEMEN
    • VIII. HISTORIC LETTER OF REV. J. M. PECK ON THE OLD LEMEN FAMILY NOTES
      • REV. JAMES LEMEN, SR., AND HIS ANTI-SLAVERY LABORS
    • REV. JAMES LEMEN, SR., AND HIS ANTI-SLAVERY LABORS
    • PIONEER LETTERS
    • X. ANNOUNCEMENT BY J. B. LEMEN
    • XI. GOV. NINIAN EDWARDS TO REV. JAMES LEMEN.
    • XII. HON. ADAM W. SNYDER TO REV. JAMES LEMEN.
    • XIII. ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S LETTER
    • XIV. THE LEMEN MONUMENT AND REV. LEMEN'S PART IN EARLY ILLINOIS HISTORY
    • XV. REV. JAMES LEMEN, SR.
    • XVI. OLD LEMEN FAMILY NOTES, JAMES LEMEN HISTORY, AND SOME RELATED FACTS
  • REFERENCES
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