Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate

Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate for the Thirty-Eighth Session of Congress

United States Thirteenth Amendment 1863-65

An amendment to the United States Constitution to abolish slavery introduced during the American Civil War.

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Sessions (8)

Senators are appointed to the Committee.

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S. Res. 16 is received from the Senate.

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James A. Bayard leaves the Committee on his resignation from the Senate.

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Reverdy Johnson is appointed to the Committee to fill the vacancy.

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S. Res. 16 is amended and referred back to the Senate; S. Res. 24 and 25 are received from the Senate.

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S. Res. 25 is referred back to the Senate.

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Mr. Sumner's Resolution on the Readmission of Rebellious States is received from the Senate.

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Mr. Sumner's resolution on the Readmission of Rebel States is referred back to the Senate.

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