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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
To: pmitch@primenet.com
Subject: SLS: Federal citizenship was first established

>>Federal citizenship was first established
>>by the 1866 Civil Rights Act -- a statute.
>>It is a municipal statute, which created
>>a municipal franchise, subject to the
>>municipal jurisdiction of Congress.
>>See Roa v. Collector, 23 Philippine 315, 332
>Actually, the first occurance of legislated federal citizenship was at 14
>Stat. 27 (Act of April 9th, 1866, c.31, s.l), at least as far as I've been
>able to find so far. This classification couldn't occur until the 13th
>Amendment was ratified, which occured previously on Dec. 18, 1865 (13 Stat.

Thanks, Charles!

This IS the 1866 Civil Rights Act:
14 Stat. 27, April 9, 1866, c.31, s.1.

See Appendix Y in "The Federal Zone"
for numerous citations pertinent
to this subject.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

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