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The true history of the Missouri compromise and its repeal,

Author: Susan Bullitt Dixon, "Mrs. Archibald Dixon "
Publisher: Cincinnati, Robert Clarke Co., 1899.
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Dixon, Susan Bullitt, "Mrs. Archibald Dixon, ", 1829-1907.
True history of the Missouri compromise and its repeal.
Cincinnati, Robert Clarke Co., 1899
(OCoLC)610581135
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Bullitt Dixon, "Mrs. Archibald Dixon "
OCLC Number: 1383477
Description: xii, 623 pages frontispiece (portrait) facsimile 24 cm
Contents: I.: Slavery under the constitution ; Slaves first brought to the western hemisphere by Spain ; Patrick Henry bitterly opposed to slavery ; Three-fifth representation ; Fugitive slave law --
II.: Ordinance of 1787, by which slavery was prohibited in the Northwestern Territory ceded by Virginia to the United States ; Explanation of inconsistency in the prohibition of slavery by the congress of 1787 ; Great Britain's plot to procure the secession of New England --
III.: Act of 1820, commonly called "The Missouri compromise" ; Prohibition of slavery north of 36.30' offered by Mr. Thomas, of Illinois, as an offset to the admission of Missouri with her slave property into the union --
IV.: 1821 --
Missouri not permitted to enter the union under the act of 1820 ; Missouri at last admitted under a new act proposed by Mr. Clay. (Con.) V.: Abolition agitation of 1836 ; John Quincy Adams --
VI.: 1838 ; Mr. Calhoun's resolutions ; Sustained by Franklin Pierce, senator from New Hampshire --
VII.: 1840-'44 ; Congress adopts "21st rule" ; Petition to dissolve the union presented by John Quincy Adams ; Defeat of Henry Clay for the presidency --
IX.: 1845-1849 ; Texas admitted to the union ; Gen. Taylor elected president in 1848 ; Victorious whig party and administration face the momentous question of division of territory acquired from Mexico ; Wilmot Proviso ; Clayton compromise ; Oregon ; Boundaries of Texas, New Mexico, and California ; Mr. Calhoun's southern address --
X.: Mr. Clay's emancipation letter, February, 1849 --
XI.: "Compromise of 1850" ; President Taylor's position ; Mr. Seward's abolitionism --
XII.: 1850 ; Foote's committee of thirteen ; Mr. Calhoun's last speech --
XIII.: 1850 ; Petition to arm slaves presented by Mr. Steward. (Con.) XIV.: 1850 ; Mr. Clay on abolition, disunion, secession and non-intervention ; California admitted ; Utah and New Mexico given territorial governments ; Fugitive slave law --
XV.: Division and disintegration of national whig party in 1852 --
XVI.: 1852 ; Attempt to organize the Nebraska territory --
XVII.: 1853-'54 ; Repeal of the Missouri compromise ; ... Accepted by Stephen A. Douglas and the democratic party ; Embodied in the Kansas-Nebraska bill --
XVIII.: President Pierce's position ; Letter from Hon. Jefferson Davis ; Free soldiers' address --
XIX.: 1854 ; Chase's amendment --
XXI.: Montgomery Blair's letter to Mr. Secretary Welles ; Letters from Hon. Robert L. Wilson and Thos. E. McCreery ; Letter from Hon. John C. Bullitt.
Responsibility: by Mrs. Archibald Dixon.

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