Ab Bookman S Weekly

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Slightly shaken, newspaper clipping concerning the ... 1861. when Lincoln and
McClellan were still friends. ... in 1950 and now reprinted as part of the Southern
Classics Series. ... The Constitution of the State of Texas, as Amended in 1861,
the Constitution of the Confederate States of America, the Ordinances of the
Texas Convention, and an Address to the ... A cornerstone Texas Confederate
imprint containing the Secession Constitution of Texas, along with the
Constitution of the ...

The American Nation

Author: Bruce Frohnen
ISBN: 9780865977297
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The American Nation makes available, in one volume, many of the most crucial documents necessary for understanding the variety of policies and viewpoints driving American public life during an important, substantive part of American history ...

Library Journal

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TURNER, Edmund R. The Negro in Pennsylvania — Slavery - Servitude -
Freedom 1639-1861. reprint 1911. 334p. ... (Texas Pan American Series). Univ.
of Texas Pr. May. $7.50. Contains a ... G. R. Watson is lecturer in classics at the
Univ. of Nottingham. ... Texas, is also the author of Secession Conventions of the

Secession Debated

Author: William W. Freehling
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198024125
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In Secession Debated, William W. Freehling and Craig M. Simpson have for the first time collected the seven surviving speeches and public letters of this greatest of southern debates over disunion, providing today's reader with a unique ...

The Cult Of The Presidency

Author: Gene Healy
Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN: 1933995157
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Examines how Americans have expanded presidential power over recent decades by expecting solutions for all national problems, and concludes by calling for the president's role to return to its properly defined constitutional limits.