APA Citation

Van Buren, M. (1836). Opinions of Martin Van Buren, vice president of the United States, upon the powers and duties of Congress, in reference to the abolition of slavery either in the slave-holding states or in the District of Columbia: To which are added sundry documents showing his sentiments upon other subjects. Washington: Blair & Rives, printers.

Chicago Style Citation

Van Buren, Martin. Opinions of Martin Van Buren, Vice President of the United States, Upon the Powers and Duties of Congress, in Reference to the Abolition of Slavery Either in the Slave-holding States or in the District of Columbia: To Which Are Added Sundry Documents Showing His Sentiments Upon Other Subjects. Washington: Blair & Rives, printers, 1836.

MLA Citation

Van Buren, Martin. Opinions of Martin Van Buren, Vice President of the United States, Upon the Powers and Duties of Congress, in Reference to the Abolition of Slavery Either in the Slave-holding States or in the District of Columbia: To Which Are Added Sundry Documents Showing His Sentiments Upon Other Subjects. Washington: Blair & Rives, printers, 1836.

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