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14 , Apr. 8 , 1909 1843 Presber , Rudolf , 1868– Der jünger ( drama in einem akt ; Das versöhnungsfest komödie in ... 10 , 1909 . 1840 * Ray , Perley Orman . The repeal of the Missouri compromise , its origin and authorship , by P.

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The Crusade Against Slavery

In January 1854, Stephen A. Douglas presented to the Senate his first version of his Kansas-Nebraska Bill, ... 69–86; P. Orman Ray, The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: Its Origin and Authorship (Cleveland, 1909); Ray, “The Genesis of ...

Author: Louis Filler

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351484183

Category: Social Science

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Perhaps no other crusade in the history of the U.S. provoked so much passion and fury as the struggle over slavery. Many of the problems that were a part of that great debate are still with us. Louis Filler has brought together much information both known and new on those who organized to defeat slavery. He has also re-examined the anti-slavery movement's ideals, heroes, and martyrs with historical perspective and precision. Contrary to popular belief, the anti-slavery movement was far from united. It included abolitionists as well as a variety of reformers whose activities place them among the anti-slavery forces. These included men as different in background and temperament as William Lloyd Garrison and John Quincy Adams. Portraits of the many protagonists, their hardships, and their quarrels with Southerners and Northerners alike, bring to life this exciting and tumultuous period. Filler also examines the many related reform movements that characterized the period: feminism, spiritualism, utopian societies, and educational reform. The volume traces the relationship of the antislavery movement to abolition and probes their connection with the several reforms that dominated the period. He brilliantly recaptures a sense of the contemporary consequences of the reformers efforts. This is an absorbing and important survey of the problems--political, social, and economic--that made this period so crucial in the history of the U.S.

Bleeding Kansas

Slavery, Sectionalism, and Civil War on the Missouri-Kansas Border Michael Woods ... The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: Its Origin and Authorship. 1909. Reprint, Boston: J.S. Canner, 1965. Rhodes, James Ford. History of the United ...

Author: Michael Woods

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317339144

Category: History

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Between 1854 and 1861, the struggle between pro-and anti-slavery factions over Kansas Territory captivated Americans nationwide and contributed directly to the Civil War. Combining political, social, and military history, Bleeding Kansas contextualizes and analyzes prewar and wartime clashes in Kansas and Missouri and traces how these conflicts have been remembered ever since. Michael E. Woods’s compelling narrative of the Kansas-Missouri border struggle embraces the diverse perspectives of white northerners and southerners, women, Native Americans, and African Americans. This wide-ranging and engaging text is ideal for undergraduate courses on the Civil War era, westward expansion, Kansas and/or Missouri history, nineteenth-century US history, and other related subjects. Supported by primary source documents and a robust companion website, this text allows readers to engage with and draw their own conclusions about this contentious era in American History.

Busy in the Cause

The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: Its Origin and Authorship. Cleveland OH: Arthur H. Clark, 1909. Redpath, James. The PublicLifeofCapt. John Brown. Boston: Thayer andEldridge, 1860. Reed, Christopher R.“AfricanAmerican Lifein ...

Author: Lowell J. Soike

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803273856

Category: History

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Despite the immense body of literature about the American Civil War and its causes, the nation’s western involvement in the approaching conflict often gets short shrift. Slavery was the catalyst for fiery rhetoric on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line and fiery conflicts on the western edges of the nation. Driven by questions regarding the place of slavery in westward expansion and by the increasing influence of evangelical Protestant faiths that viewed the institution as inherently sinful, political debates about slavery took on a radicalized, uncompromising fervor in states and territories west of the Mississippi River. Busy in the Cause explores the role of the Midwest in shaping national politics concerning slavery in the years leading up to the Civil War. In 1856 Iowa aided parties of abolitionists desperate to reach Kansas Territory to vote against the expansion of slavery, and evangelical Iowans assisted runaway slaves through Underground Railroad routes in Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska. Lowell J. Soike’s detailed and entertaining narrative illuminates Iowa’s role in the stirring western events that formed the prelude to the Civil War.

The Frederick Douglass Papers

P. Orman Ray, The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: Its Origin and Authorship (Cleveland, 1909), 16, 182–87; David M. Potter, The Impending Crisis, 1848–1861 (New York, 1976), 55, 160–77; Michael F. Holt, The Fate of Their Country: ...

Author: Frederick Douglass

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300218305

Category: Abolitionists

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A second volume of the collected correspondence of the great African-American reformer and abolitionist features correspondence written during the Civil War years The second collection of meticulously edited correspondence with abolitionist, author, statesman, and former slave Frederick Douglass covers the years leading up to the Civil War through the close of the conflict, offering readers an illuminating portrait of an extraordinary American and the turbulent times in which he lived. An important contribution to historical scholarship, the documents offer fascinating insights into the abolitionist movement during wartime and the author's relationship to Abraham Lincoln and other prominent figures of the era.

Pragmatism Politics and Perversity

P. Orman Ray, The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: Its Origin and Authorship (Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1909), 115. 6. Congressional Globe, 33rd Cong. 1st sess. (January 16 and 24, 1854), 175, 239– 40. William E. Parrish, David Rice ...

Author: Joseph L. Esposito

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739173633

Category: Philosophy

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A philosophical yet detailed history of the American party battle explaining why partisan debate is so perverse and how it could be made less so. Building upon the heritage of American pragmatism, from Peirce to Rorty and the new pragmatists, as well as the work of historian Charles Beard, the book identifies that battle as a struggle between nation state and market state, with special emphasis on the perversity of Civil War politics.

Civil War on the Western Border 1854 1865

... Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1914 ( Washington , 1916 ) , pp . 259–289 . Ray , P. Orman , The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise : Its Origin and Authorship ( Cleveland , 1909 ) .

Author: Jay Monaghan

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803236050

Category: History

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The first phase of the Civil War was fought west of the Mississippi River at least six years before the attack on Fort Sumter. Starting with the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854, Jay Monaghan traces the development of the conflict between the pro-slavery elements from Missouri and the New England abolitionists who migrated to Kansas. "Bleeding Kansas" provided a preview of the greater national struggle to come. The author allows a new look at Quantrill's sacking of Lawrence, organized bushwhackery, and border battles that cost thousands of lives. Not the least valuable are chapters on the American Indians’ part in the conflict. The record becomes devastatingly clear: the fighting in the West was the cruelest and most useless of the whole affair, and if men of vision had been in Washington in the 1850s it might have been avoided.

The American Indian as Slaveholder and Secessionist

History of the Southern Presbyterian Church (New York, 1894). ... PAXTON, WILLIAM M. Annals of Platte County, Missouri (Kansas City, Mo., 1897). ... Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, its origin and authorship (Cleveland, 1909).

Author: Annie Heloise Abel

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783734077241

Category: Fiction

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Reproduction of the original: The American Indian as Slaveholder and Secessionist by Annie Heloise Abel

Landmark Debates in Congress

10; Potter, The Impending Crisis, 1848–1861, 146–151. 4. P. Orman Ray,The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Its Origin and Authorship (Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1909),95–99. 5. Robert W. Johannsen, Stephen A. Douglas (New York: ...

Author: Stephen W Stathis

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780872899766

Category: Political Science

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Examines more than fifty significant congressional debates, arranged in chronological order and accompanied by introductory essays that outline the opposing forces and historical context of each debate.

Making an Antislavery Nation

... The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: Its Origin and Authorship (Cleveland: Clark, 1909); Ray, “The Genesis of the Kansas-Nebraska Act,” American Historical Association Annual Report 1 (1914): 261–80; Roy F. Nichols, ...

Author: Graham A. Peck

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252099960

Category: History

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This sweeping narrative presents an original and compelling explanation for the triumph of the antislavery movement in the United States prior to the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln's election as the first antislavery president was hardly preordained. From the country's inception, Americans had struggled to define slavery's relationship to freedom. Most Northerners supported abolition in the North but condoned slavery in the South, while most Southerners denounced abolition and asserted slavery's compatibility with whites' freedom. On this massive political fault line hinged the fate of the nation. Graham A. Peck meticulously traces the conflict over slavery in Illinois from the Northwest Ordinance in 1787 to Lincoln's defeat of his arch-rival Stephen A. Douglas in the 1860 election. Douglas's attempt in 1854 to persuade Northerners that slavery and freedom had equal national standing stirred a political earthquake that brought Lincoln to the White House. Yet Lincoln's framing of the antislavery movement as a conservative return to the country's founding principles masked what was in fact a radical and unprecedented antislavery nationalism. It justified slavery's destruction but triggered Civil War. Presenting pathbreaking interpretations of Lincoln, Douglas, and the Civil War's origins, Making an Antislavery Nation shows how battles over slavery paved the way for freedom's triumph in America.

Encyclopedia of Emancipation and Abolition in the Transatlantic World

Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Its Origin and Authorship. Cleveland, OH: Arthur H. Clark, 1909. Tocqueville, Alexis de (1805–1859) A French jurist, statesman, and social theorist, Alexis de Tocqueville was a leading abolitionist ...

Author: Junius P. Rodriguez

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317471806

Category: History

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The struggle to abolish slavery is one of the grandest quests - and central themes - of modern history. These movements for freedom have taken many forms, from individual escapes, violent rebellions, and official proclamations to mass organizations, decisive social actions, and major wars. Every emancipation movement - whether in Europe, Africa, or the Americas - has profoundly transformed the country and society in which it existed. This unique A-Z encyclopedia examines every effort to end slavery in the United States and the transatlantic world. It focuses on massive, broad-based movements, as well as specific incidents, events, and developments, and pulls together in one place information previously available only in a wide variety of sources. While it centers on the United States, the set also includes authoritative accounts of emancipation and abolition in Europe, Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America. "The Encyclopedia of Emancipation and Abolition" provides definitive coverage of one of the most significant experiences in human history. It features primary source documents, maps, illustrations, cross-references, a comprehensive chronology and bibliography, and specialized indexes in each volume, and covers a wide range of individuals and the major themes and ideas that motivated them to confront and abolish slavery.

The American Indian as Slaveholder and Seccessionist An Omitted Chapter in the Diplomatic History of the Southern Confederacy

Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, its origin and authorship (Cleveland, 1909). Reynolds, John H. Makers of Arkansas (Story of the States series), (New York, 1905). Rhodes, James Ford. History of the United States from the Compromise of ...

Author: Annie Heloise Abel

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465514813

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Border War

National Road. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. Ray, Pearly Ormond. The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Its Origin and Authorship. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1909. Redpath, James. The Public Life of Capt. John Brown.

Author: Stanley Harrold

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

ISBN: 0807899550

Category: History

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During the 1840s and 1850s, a dangerous ferment afflicted the North-South border region, pitting the slave states of Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri against the free states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Aspects of this struggle--the underground railroad, enforcement of the fugitive slave laws, mob actions, and sectional politics--are well known as parts of other stories. Here, Stanley Harrold explores the border struggle itself, the dramatic incidents that comprised it, and its role in the complex dynamics leading to the Civil War.

Indian Affairs and Their Administration

Hunt , Rockwell D. , and Sanchez , Nellie van de Grift , A Short History of California , New York , 1929 . James , Marquis , The Raven ... Ray , P. O. , Repeal of the Missouri Compromise : its Origin and Authorship , Cleveland , 1909 .

Author: Alban W. Hoopes

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9781512802368

Category: History

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A Bibliography of the Negro in Africa and America

Ray , Perley Orman The repeal of the Missouri compromise . Its origin and authorship . Cleveland , O. A. H. Clark . 1909. 315 p . Register of debates , 1825-37 . Washington . Govt . print . off . The journal now known as the ...

Author: Monroe Nathan Work

Publisher: Martino Publishing

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"Limited edition facsimile reprint"--T.p. verso.

The Frontier the Union and Stephen A Douglas

See P. Orman Ray , The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise : Its Origin and Authorship ( Cleveland , 1909 ) , and “ The Genesis of the Kansas - Nebraska Act , " Annual Report of the American Historical Association , 1914 , 1 : 261-80 ...

Author: Robert Walter Johannsen

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252015770

Category: History

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A House Divided

David M. Potter, The Impending Crisis: America before the Civil War, 1848–1861, completed and edited by Don E. ... The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: Its Origin and Authorship (Cleveland, OH: Arthur H. Clark, 1909), 182–83, 272. 32.

Author: Ben McNitt

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780811769747

Category: History

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Slavery is one of the central, most enduringly significant facts of U.S. history. It loomed like a dark cloud over the country’s birth at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and shaped the most important nodes of American history before the Civil War. Even today, the country continues to debate its past as it relates to slavery, and the political and geographic contours of human bondage endure into the twenty-first century. In a deeply researched, wide-ranging book, retired journalist Ben McNitt tells the story of how slavery shaped American politics—and indeed the American story—from the Founding until the Civil War. McNitt’s sharp narrative covers people and events that still resonate: Thomas Jefferson, John Calhoun, Andrew Jackson, the slave revolts of Denmark Vesey and Nat Turner, the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, abolitionists like William Lloyd Garrison and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, John Brown and Harpers Ferry, fire-eating secessionists, and the rise of Abraham Lincoln to the presidency. No other single work covers this topic as comprehensively and accessibly.

The A to Z of the Old South

Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1969. Ray, P. Orman. The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Its Origin and Authorship. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1909. Rosenberg, M. “The Kansas–Nebraska Act: A Case Study,” Annals of Iowa, 26 (1964), 436–57.

Author: William L. Richter

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 0810870002

Category: History

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Being considerably different from other regions of the country, most notably regarding its fervent practice of slavery, the land south of the Mason-Dixon line, because of slavery, enjoyed an exceptional prominence in politics, and after the invention of the cotton gin, a high degree of prosperity. However, also because of slavery, it was alienated from the rest of the nation, attempted to secede from the union, and was forced back in only after it lost the Civil War. Numerous cross-referenced entries on prominent individuals, including Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, Robert E. Lee, and Abraham Lincoln, as well as others on policies of the time that have since slipped into oblivion are all covered in this book. Economic, social and religious backgrounds trace the seemingly inevitable path to secession, war, and defeat. This reference also includes an introductory essay, a chronology, and a bibliography of the epoch.

Historical Dictionary of the Old South

Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1969. Ray, P. Orman. The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Its Origin and Authorship. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1909. Rosenberg, M. “The Kansas–Nebraska Act: A Case Study,” Annals of Iowa, 26 (1964), 436–57.

Author: William L. Richter

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 0810865254

Category: History

Page: 544

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Being considerably different from other regions of the country, most notably regarding its fervent practice of slavery, the land South of the Mason-Dixon line, because of slavery, enjoyed an exceptional prominence in politics, and after the invention of the cotton gin, a high degree of prosperity. However, also because of slavery, it was alienated from the rest of the nation, attempted to secede from the union, and was forced back in only after it lost the Civil War. Numerous cross-referenced entries on prominent individuals, including Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, Robert E. Lee, and Abraham Lincoln, as well as others on policies of the time that have since slipped into oblivion are all covered in this book. Economic, social and religious backgrounds trace the seemingly inevitable path to secession, war and defeat. This reference also includes an introductory essay, a chronology and a bibliography of the epoch.

Register University of California

A.B. , 1907 , A.M. , 1909 , University of Missouri ; Ph.D. , 1912 , Massachusetts Institute of Technology . ... Author : The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise : Its Origin and Authorship ; An Introduction to Political Parties and ...

Author: University of California, Berkeley

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