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Election Returns, Maryland Constitution of 1864, Vol.667, pg.97 William Starr Meyers. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

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Election Returns

This return includes the tally of Union soldiers whose 2,633 votes for the Constitution was the deciding factor in abolishing slavery in Maryland.

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