Robbins, James J. Report of the Trial of Castner Hanway for Treason, in the Resistance of the Execution of the Fugitive Slave Law of September, 1850. Philadelphia: King and Baird, 1852.
James J. Robbins, working from the notes of court reporters Arthur Cannon and Samuel Dalrymple, recounts the trial of Castner Hanway, who stood accused for his involvement in the Christiana Riot.
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