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- 123AAbolition of Slavery, 1800
- 123BAbolition of Slavery, 1820
- 123CAbolition of Slavery, 1850
- 123DAbolition of Slavery, 1854
- 123EAbolition of Slavery, 1863
- 124AAbolition of Slavery, 1865
18th Amendment maps
- 128BProhibition, 1845
- 129AProhibition, 1855
- 129BProhibition, 1875
- 129CProhibition, 1890
- 129DProhibition, 1905
- 130AProhibition, 1915
- 130BProhibition, 1919
- 131AProhibition, 1920
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- Constitution Day Resources - Resources from the National Constitution Center
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- Korematsu v. United States - PBS.org series Thirteen: Constitutional Challenge to Japanese Internment
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