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The Senate as a Court of Impeachment for the Trial of Andrew Johnson
Date 1868
Source Illustration in en:Harper's Weekly, April 11, 1868.
Author Theodore R. Davis (1840-1894)
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  • 2004-06-27 00:28 Anthony 1280×1024×8 (253470 bytes) The Senate as a Court of Impeachment for the Trial of Andrew Johnson, Theodore R. Davis, artist, illustration in Harper's Weekly, April 11, 1868. {{PD}}
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