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    • Oral history with Charles Griffin

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 18, 1980 with Charles Hudson Griffin (born 1926). Griffin served in the office of U. S. Congressman John Bell Williams until 1968 when he campaigned for the position himself. He served three terms...
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    • House Secret Session; 08 January 1864

    • A Bill: To amend An Act entitled, "An Act to lay taxes for the common defence and carry on the Government of the Confederate States," approved April 24, 1863. By Mr. Pugh, from the Special Committee on Currency; Read first and second times, and...
    • 1864-01-08
    • House Bill, No. 31; 16 December 1863

    • A Bill: To be entitled, " An Act to amend An Act entitled 'An Act to provide for the funding and further issue of treasury notes,' approved March 23, 1863." By Mr. Foster; Read first and second times, and referred to Special Committee on the...
    • 1863-12-16
    • House Bill; 20 December 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act more effectually to provide for the reduction and redemption of the currency." By Mr. Echols; Ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 20 December 1864.
    • 1864-12-20
    • House Bill, No. 230; 26 November 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to amend An Act to provide revenue from commodities imported from foreign countries, approved May 21st, 1864." By Mr. Lyon, from Committee on Ways and Means; Read first and second times, made special order after...
    • 1864-11-26
    • House Bill, No. 239; 29 November 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to organize the Supreme Court." By Mr. Chilton, from Committee on Judiciary; Read first and second times, and made special order after Currency and Tax bills, and from day to day, and ordered to be printed by the...
    • 1864-11-29
    • House Bill, No. 23; 14 December 1863

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to permit the funding of certain Treasury notes not now fundable." By Mr. Russell; Read first and second times, referred to Special Committee on Currency, and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate...
    • 1863-12-14
    • House Bill, No. 15; 16 December 1863

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to raise a revenue by direct taxation." By Mr. Sexton; Read first and second times, referred to Special Committee on Currency, and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 16...
    • 1863-12-16
    • House Bill, No. 3; 22 December 1863

    • A Bill: To prohibit dealing in the paper currency of the enemy. By Mr. Heiskell, from Committee on Judiciary; Read first and second times and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 22 December 1863
    • 1863-12-22
    • House Bill; 30 December 1863

    • A Bill: To provide for the reduction of the currency. By Mr. Wm. D. Simpson, South Carolina; Read first and second times, refereed to the Special Committee on Currency, and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America...
    • 1863-12-30
    • House Bill; 11 December 1863

    • A Bill: To raise a tax for the support of Government. By Mr Perkins; Read first and second times, referred to Special Committee on Currency and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 11 December 1863.
    • 1863-12-11
    • House Amendment; 14 December 1864

    • Amendment: To the Bill to provide more effectually for the reduction and redemption of the currency. By Mr. Perkins; Ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 14 December 1864.
    • 1864-12-14
    • Late snack

    • cartoon by Jack Jurden; A duck wears a cast on one of its webbed feet and stands with a crutch. It is labeled "Lame duck Congress" It is munching on U.S. currency from a basket labeled "U.S. Treasury".
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    • He says put up or shut up!

    • cartoon by John Stampone; A man labeled "Congressional doves" holds a picket sign that reads,"Eliminate the draft" His tie bears a peace symbol. Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird stands face to face with the man, gestures over his shoulder and...
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