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Bill For the Admission of California). In the Senate of the United States. January 9, 1849. Mr. Berrien made the following Report. 30th Congress, 2d Session. Rep. Com., No. 256. Senate. With: In the Senate of the United States. January 15, 1849.

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Full titles: In the Senate of the United States. January 9, 1849. Submitted read and Ordered to be Printed. Mr. Berrien made the following Report. 30th Congress, 2d Session. Rep. Com., No. 256. Senate. With: In the Senate of the United States. January 15, 1849. Submitted read and Ordered to be Printed. Mr. Downs made the following Report. 30th Congress, 2d Session. Rep. Com., No. 256. Part II. Senate. No publisher or place. Presumed Washington, DC: 1849. Two pamphlets. 6 pp, with a blank rear endpaper; 10 pp, with a blank rear endpaper. Both disbound from larger works, with a single thread binding part II. Side folded. Two US government pamphlets regarding California and its potential admission to the Union, as well as the minority report (part II) against the admission of California as a state. The first part proposes to make territory acquired with the treaty of peace with Mexico one state, California, although outlining potential land disputes with the state of Texas and its claims. Part II continues reports and debates on the recent land acquisitions, alluding to potential problems but also containing the bill at the end that proposes to make California a state. It also describes in brief, the vast dimensions of the proposed state. Much of this report derives from the then recent conclusion of the U.S.-Mexican War (1846-1848) and the territory gained at the end of the War. California officially gained statehood in September of 1850. Both in GOOD condition. Paper splitting along the spines, in danger of becoming separated. General browning to the paper. Fore edges a bit rough, with minor chipping. Minor wrinkling. A few pages unopened. Bookseller Inventory # 006627

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Title: Bill For the Admission of California). In ...

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Publication Date: 1849

Binding: Pamphlet

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