Published June 1926
by Da Capo Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
the missouri compromises and presidential politics from the letters of william plumber, jr by Plumber, William, Jr Brown, Everett Somerville, Editor Hardcover. Congress adopted this legislation and admitted Missouri as a slave state and Maine as a non-slave state at the same time, so that the balance between slave and free states in the nation would remain equal. The Missouri compromise also proposed that slavery be prohibited above the 36º 30´ latitude line in the remainder of the Louisiana Territory. The Missouri compromises and presidential politics, , from the letters of William Plumer, Junior, representative from New Hampshire, (St. Louis, Missouri Historical Society, ), by William Plumer and Everett Somerville Brown (page images at HathiTrust). see the missouri compromises and presidential politics, , from the letters of william plumer, jr. representative from new hampsh 61, 62 (everett s. brown ed. ); memoirs of john quincy adams, compromising portions of his diary from to , at (charles f. adams ed. ); james.
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Vol Issue 2. September ISSN EISSN Close mobile search navigation. Issue navigation. Articles. Documents. Report of Annual Meeting. Book Reviews. The Missouri compromises and presidential politics, by William Plumer Porto Rican Song Book Masterstvo russkikh k by Gennadii Nikolaevich Pospelov. Missouri Compromises and Presidential Politics, , p. 4 [W. J. Snelling], Life of Jackson, by a Free Man (), p. The "Corrupt Bargain" Calumny – U.S. presidential election, James Monroe reelected president unopposed, Daniel D. Tompkins reelected vice president. – President Monroe and Vice President Tompkins begin second terms; – Missouri becomes a state; – Florida becomes a U.S. territory; the Adams–Onís Treaty goes into effect.