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A letter in the African American History collection discusses John P. Hale: February 23, 1846.
Brown, Thomas W. Funeral Ceremonies and Memorial Services on the Occasion of the Death of Hon. John P. Hale of Dover, N.H., Late U.S. Senator and Minister to Spain, Died Nov. 19, 1873, Aged 67 Years: Funeral Address, Saturday, November 22, 1873 : Memorial Sermon, Sunday, November 23, 1873. Portland [Me.]: S. Berry, printer, 1873.
Bush, Fairbanks. The Slave's Lamentation. [Vermont?]: 1848.
Hale, John P. In the Senate of the United States...: Mr. Hale Submitted the Following Report. [Washington, D.C.]: 1862.
Hale, John Parker. Trial by Jury: Remarks on the Attempt by Chief Justice Parker, to Usurp the Prerogative of the Jury in Criminal Cases. Exeter [N.H.]: G.O. Odlin, pr., 1842.
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe. Information Respecting the History, Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & company [etc.], 1851-1857.
Skinner, John S. Address Delivered Before the Agricultural Society of Newcastle County, Delaware, at the Annual Meeting, Held September 11, 1844. Published for distribution by order of the Society, 1844.
Several institutions hold John P. Hale collections, including the New Hampshire Historical Society, Dartmouth College, the Minnesota Historical Society, and Phillips Exeter Academy.
Cole, Donald B. "Hale, John Parker." American National Biography Online. Oxford University Press, 2000. DOI: 04-00451.
"Hale, John Parker." Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Online edition. 2012.
Barnes, Isaac O.Buchanan, George.Cogswell, Charles.Fuller, H.W., Jr.Hibbard, H.Hunt, Stephen.Jennings, H.U.Mellen, G. W. F. (George Washington Frost) .
Moulton, Albanus K., 1810-1873.Norton, Charles E.Paine, Jno.Tufts, Asa A., 1798-1884.Whitney, Dr. E.
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