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The Resource Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James K. Greer

Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James K. Greer

Label
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861
Title
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861
Statement of responsibility
by James K. Greer
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James K. Greer
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Issued also as thesis (PH.D.)--University of Texas, 1927
  • Reprinted from the Louisiana historical quarterly, vol. 12, no. 3, July, 1929; vol. 13, no. 4, October, 1930
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Louisiana in 1845 -- The annexation of Texas and the presidential election of 1844 -- The war with Mexico and the revival of the Whigs, 1846-1847 -- The election of 1848 and the Forward Movement of the democracy -- Dissension among the democrats and acceptance of the Compromise of 1850 -- A new constitution, and the election of 1852 -- The departure of the Whigs and the entrance of the Know Nothings, 1853-1854 -- The decline of the Know Nothing party in Louisiana, 1855 -- The campaign of 1856, and the supremacy of John Slidell -- Local politics of 18157 and the family quarrel among the democrats of the Third Congressional District -- The last stand of the Know Nothings in the municipal elections of 1858 -- Internal improvements and southern expansion -- The grapple for power in the Democratic party in Louisiana, 1859 -- The schism in the Democratic party and the election -- Cooperation or secession?
Control code
20899992
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
295 p.
Lccn
33023943
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of James K. Greer, 1990 (SW Writers Access. No. 90-064). Author's ms. notations on front lining-paper; magazine clipping (1 photocopied page) pasted on front free endpaper.
  • Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Paperbound. Gift of James K. Greer, 1990 (SW Writers Access. No. 90-064).
Other physical details
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Label
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James K. Greer
Publication
Note
  • Issued also as thesis (PH.D.)--University of Texas, 1927
  • Reprinted from the Louisiana historical quarterly, vol. 12, no. 3, July, 1929; vol. 13, no. 4, October, 1930
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Louisiana in 1845 -- The annexation of Texas and the presidential election of 1844 -- The war with Mexico and the revival of the Whigs, 1846-1847 -- The election of 1848 and the Forward Movement of the democracy -- Dissension among the democrats and acceptance of the Compromise of 1850 -- A new constitution, and the election of 1852 -- The departure of the Whigs and the entrance of the Know Nothings, 1853-1854 -- The decline of the Know Nothing party in Louisiana, 1855 -- The campaign of 1856, and the supremacy of John Slidell -- Local politics of 18157 and the family quarrel among the democrats of the Third Congressional District -- The last stand of the Know Nothings in the municipal elections of 1858 -- Internal improvements and southern expansion -- The grapple for power in the Democratic party in Louisiana, 1859 -- The schism in the Democratic party and the election -- Cooperation or secession?
Control code
20899992
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
295 p.
Lccn
33023943
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of James K. Greer, 1990 (SW Writers Access. No. 90-064). Author's ms. notations on front lining-paper; magazine clipping (1 photocopied page) pasted on front free endpaper.
  • Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Paperbound. Gift of James K. Greer, 1990 (SW Writers Access. No. 90-064).
Other physical details
ill.

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