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The Resource Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James Kimmins Greer

Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James Kimmins Greer

Label
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861
Title
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861
Statement of responsibility
by James Kimmins Greer
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dissertation note
Thesis (PH.D.)--University of Texas, 1927.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
F374
LC item number
.G74 1930
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James Kimmins Greer
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 277-280
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
4736477
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
280 p.
Lccn
33018379
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers) is no. 124. Gift of James K. Greer, 1988. Signed by author. Ms. notations made throughout text.
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, by James Kimmins Greer
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 277-280
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
4736477
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
280 p.
Lccn
33018379
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers) is no. 124. Gift of James K. Greer, 1988. Signed by author. Ms. notations made throughout text.
Other physical details
ill.

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