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politics of pro-slavery sentiment in Indiana, 1816-1861

Morton M. Rosenberg

politics of pro-slavery sentiment in Indiana, 1816-1861

by Morton M. Rosenberg

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Published by Ball State University in Muncie, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slavery -- Indiana.,
  • Indiana -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    Statement[by] Morton M. Rosenberg and Dennis V. McClurg.
    SeriesBall State monograph -- no. 12.
    ContributionsMcClurg, Dennis V.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF526 .R77
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 45 p.
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16389916M

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Politics of pro-slavery sentiment in Indiana, Muncie, Ind., Ball State University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Morton M Rosenberg; Dennis V.

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Muncie: Ball State University, Paperback. 8vo. Stiff tan wrappers. vii, 45pp. Near fine. Ball State monograph number twelve. Item # The politics of pro-slavery sentiment in Indiana, [by] Morton M. Rosenberg and Dennis V. McClurg Letter from William Henry Harrison [microform]:.

Introduction. As the issue of slavery arose in the s and s to become the chief political issue in the nation, Indiana politicians had to respond to an electorate who generally believed slavery was wrong.

At the same time, to maintain the viability of both major political parties to achieve victory in national elections, Indiana politicians had to accede to at least some of the demands. 17 Morton M. Rosenberg and Dennis V.

McClurg, The Politics of Pro-Slavery Sentiment in Indiana (Muncie, Indiana: Ball State University, ), 3. 18 William M. Cockrum, History politics of pro-slavery sentiment in Indiana the Underground Railroad: As it was Conducted by the Anti-Slavery League (New York: Negro University Press, ), Author: The History Center.

Chapter The Politics of Slavery, Overview The politics of slavery erupted at a time of tremendous economic growth in the United States. Internal improvements, such as the railroad, canal, steamboats, and the telegraph, helped integrate the U.S.

into a single market. Ten Books on Slavery You Need to Read. the man who declared that cotton was “king,” this book pays close attention both to life on the plantation and Hammond’s pro-slavery politics. Author: Sven Beckert. The Politics of Pro-Slavery Sentiment in Indiana, ROSENBERG, Morton M., and McCLURG, Dennis V.

Published by Ball State University, Muncie (). Slavery in Indiana occurred between the time of French rule during the late seventeenth century andwith a few traces of slavery afterward.

When the United States first forcibly removed the Native Americans from the region, slavery was accepted as a necessity to keep peace with the Indians and the French. When the Indiana Territory was established inWilliam Henry Harrison, a former slaveholder, was appointed governor and slavery.

Rosenberg, Morton g, Dennis V. () The politics of pro-slavery sentiment in Indiana, Muncie, Ind., Ball State University, MLA Citation. Rosenberg, Morton g, Dennis Politics Of Pro-slavery Sentiment In Indiana, Muncie, Ind.: Ball State University, Print. These citations may not conform precisely.

The Indiana constitution legitimized a special form of racism in Article 13 which stated "No negro or mulatto shall come into or settle in the State, after the adoption of this Constitution." Indiana legislattor and U.S.

congressman, Henry S. Lane, helped to establish the Republi-can Party by uniting diverse political groups to oppose the.Indiana [microform]: a redemption from slavery / by J. Dunn, jr Houghton, Mifflin Boston and New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for.

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* See Part Two: Surveying, the First Statehouse, and Financial Collapse (). The New State Constitution of After years of political and budgetary turmoil, the Indiana General Assembly and the general public agreed that it was time for an improved state failures of the Mammoth Internal Improvements Act in the s and s.

The Negro in Ohio, Charles Thomas Hickok. Press of the Williams Publishing & Electric Company, Preview this book Index. Contents. CHAP LThe Slavery Clause in the Ordinance. 9: CHAP ILThe Struggle for Political Equality. modern Indiana was set off from the remainder, and was admitted as a state in Morton M.

Rosenberg and Dennis V. McClurg, The Politics of Pro­ Slavery Sentiment in Indiana, (Muncie: Ball State Univ., ). There were definite pro-slavery feelings within the state, in the Illinois counties to the west. At one timl~ this pro-slavery faction had political control of the legislature and the first governor of the territory, William Henry Harrison, The Politics of Pro-Slavery Sentiment Indiana,7.

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1. The Politics of Pro-slavery Sentiment in Indiana, More than a study of the man, Mr. Jefferson's Hammer is a cultural biography of his fellow settlers, telling how this first generation of post-Revolutionary Americans realized their vision of progress and expansionism.

It surveys the military, political, and social world of the early Ohio Valley and shows that Harrison's attitudes and behavior 4/5(1).