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A speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine delivered in the Senate of the United States, 16th April, 1830, in reply to Messrs. White, McKinley, and Forsyth, upon the subject of the removal of the Indians. Senator Peleg Sprague argues strongly against President Andrew Jackson's forcible removal of Indians from Southern States on moral grounds and the faulty assumptions of the doctrine of discovery.
Sprague, Peleg, "Speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine, 16th April, 1830, Upon the Subject of the Removal of the Indians" (1830). Maine History Documents. 376.
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