Arizona Territory, Documents.
Six printed items, including California broadside advertising for “Capitalists and Working Men” to come to the mines of Arizona, Congressional Record
speech of Dec. 27, 1860 by Senator James R. Doolittle of Wisconsin on a “Bill to Organize the Territory of Arizona,” resolutions of the Legislature of Arizona, Jan. 25, 1865 on organizing the mails, U.S. Senate document of Mar. 22, 1860 with letter from Postmaster General regarding Butterfield contract for overland mails, portion of debate from Provisional Government of Arizona Apr. 5, 1860, mentioning Gadsden Purchase and demanding the approval of slavery, finally an unused Union Patriotic cover with map of U.S. over flag showing incorrect boundaries between New Mexico and Arizona territories (which were used by the Provisional Government of Arizona, and by the Confederate Congress when forming the Confederate Territory of Arizona), Very Fine and fascinating group
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