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Edwin B. Morgan papers, 1840-1888.

Author: Edwin Barber Morgan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers concerned principally with elections in the 25th Congressional District of New York (Cayuga County) in 1850; Morgan's platform included high protectionism, free soil, and the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law; he was defeated by Thomas Y. How, the Loco-Foco candidate. Includes material on the Whig nominating convention in Homer, details of the campaign, and Morgan's defeat. Also, material relating to Cornell  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Thomas Y How; Horace Greeley; Henry Wells; Ezra Cornell; William Henry Seward; Edward Selkreg; Joseph Esty; Henry Morgan; Ezra Cornell; Joseph Esty; Horace Greeley; Thomas Y How; Henry Morgan; Edward Selkreg; William Henry Seward; Henry Wells
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edwin Barber Morgan
OCLC Number: 63937606
Description: .4 cubic ft.
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Papers concerned principally with elections in the 25th Congressional District of New York (Cayuga County) in 1850; Morgan's platform included high protectionism, free soil, and the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law; he was defeated by Thomas Y. How, the Loco-Foco candidate. Includes material on the Whig nominating convention in Homer, details of the campaign, and Morgan's defeat. Also, material relating to Cornell University and to Wells College and Aurora, New York; later papers deal with state and national politics and the 1852 elections. Also includes letters from Horace Greeley, William Seward, Ezra Cornell, Edward Selkreg, Joseph Esty, Henry Morghan, and local politicians.

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