Book/Printed Material The American citizen : a discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves : delivered in the Rutgers Street Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on Thanksgiving Day, December 12, 1850, and afterwards, at their request as a lecture before the Young Men's Association of Albany and Waterford, N.Y., on January 14th and 15th, 1851 Discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves

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Title
The American citizen : a discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves : delivered in the Rutgers Street Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on Thanksgiving Day, December 12, 1850, and afterwards, at their request as a lecture before the Young Men's Association of Albany and Waterford, N.Y., on January 14th and 15th, 1851
Other Title
Discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves
Contributor Names
Krebs, John M. (John Michael), 1804-1867.
African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
New York : Charles Scribner, 1851.
Subject Headings
-  Fugitive slaves--United States
-  Slavery--Religious aspects
Notes
-  Also available in digital form.
Medium
40 p. ; 23 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E450 .K92
E649 .C543 no. 2 formerly "Copy 3" of title on LC shelflist card
E185 .A254 container K, no. 154 Formerly in YA Collection: YA 8925. Source unknown.
YA 11766
E441 .Z9 box 1, no. 12
Library of Congress Control Number
11014864
Language
English
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Chicago citation style:

Krebs, John M, African American Pamphlet Collection, and Ya Pamphlet Collection. The American citizen: a discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves: delivered in the Rutgers Street Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on Thanksgiving Day, and afterwards, at their request as a lecture before the Young Men's Association of Albany and Waterford, N.Y., on January 14th and 15th, 1851. New York: Charles Scribner, 1851. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/11014864/.

APA citation style:

Krebs, J. M., African American Pamphlet Collection & Ya Pamphlet Collection. (1851) The American citizen: a discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves: delivered in the Rutgers Street Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on Thanksgiving Day, and afterwards, at their request as a lecture before the Young Men's Association of Albany and Waterford, N.Y., on January 14th and 15th, 1851. New York: Charles Scribner. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/11014864/.

MLA citation style:

Krebs, John M, African American Pamphlet Collection, and Ya Pamphlet Collection. The American citizen: a discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live including an inquiry into the scriptural authority of that provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves: delivered in the Rutgers Street Presbyterian Church, in the City of New York, on Thanksgiving Day, and afterwards, at their request as a lecture before the Young Men's Association of Albany and Waterford, N.Y., on January 14th and 15th, 1851. New York: Charles Scribner, 1851. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/11014864/>.

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