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Online Sources: John Marshall
Book Sources: John Marshall
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John Marshall's Defense of McCulloch v. Maryland by
Call Number: KF6738.B2 G977 J6
Includes: Marshall's opinion in McCulloch v. Maryland.--A Virginian's "Amphictyon" essays [attributed to W. Brockenbrough]--Marshall's "A Friend to the Union" essays.--Roane' "Hampden" essays.--Marshall's "A Friend of the Constitution" essays.
My Dearest Polly by
Call Number: E302.6.M4 M398 M9
Letters of Chief Justice John Marshall to his wife, with their background, political and domestic, 1779-1831.
The Papers of John Marshall by
Call Number: E302.M36 P2
Herbert A. Johnson, editor ; Charles T. Cullen, associate editor ; Nancy G. Harris ... [et al.], assistant editors.
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