Speeches on the Passage of the Bill for the Removal of Indians, Delivered in the Congress of the United States, April and May 1830.
Boston: Perkins, 1830. First edition A collection of speeches in opposition to the Indian Removal Bill of 1830. Inscribed "Lemuel Shattuck Esq. with the regards of E. Everett". Original cloth backed boards, joints worn. A believer in betterment, Shattuck was a Concord Mass. school commissioner, in 1833 he moved to Boston, where he became first a bookseller and publisher (he published some of Everett's speeches), later a state legislator and Chief Sanitary Commissioner. Sabin 89222 (Item ID: 21918)