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Speech of Hon. S. A. Douglas, of Illinois, on Kansas territorial affairs.

by Douglas, Stephen Arnold

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Published by Printed at the Union office in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kansas
    • Subjects:
    • Kansas -- History -- 1854-1861

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDelivered in the Senate United States, March 20, 1856.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF685 .D75
      The Physical Object
      Pagination29 p.
      Number of Pages29
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL7005110M
      LC Control Number09004271
      OCLC/WorldCa6129874

      The First Territorial Legislature named the county for Stephen A. Douglas, the U. S. Senator from Illinois responsible for the Kansas-Nebraska Bill in The first church in the county was the Lawrence Plymouth Congregational Church founded in The first county fair was held in , and the fair continues. THE KANSAS-NEBRASKA BILL, speech at Chicago, Octo Frederick Douglass' Paper, Novem Friends and Fellow Citizens: A great national question, a question of transcendent importance—one upon which the public mind is deeply moved, and not my humble name—has assembled this multitude of eager listeners in Metropolitan Hall this evening.

      Letter, C. Robinson, Camp Sacket, to Hon. J. C. Fremont Author: Robinson, Charles Date: J While a prisoner at Camp Sackett near Lecompton, Robinson informed Fremont that James Emery was traveling east and should be used in Fremont's presidential campaign as a stump speaker as he "can do good service to the cause.". The First Territorial Legislature named the county for Stephen A. Douglas, the U. S. Senator from Illinois responsible for the Kansas-Nebraska Bill in Source: Kansapedia County Seat: Lawrence, Kansas. Date organized: County History: Douglas County History resources; Quantrill's Raid; Historic Landmarks, State, National.

      Kansas Affairs: Speech of Hon. Charles E. Stuart, of Michigan, Territorial governments: speech of Hon. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, in Senate of the United States, January 21 , on the government of the territories, and on the constitutionalty and expediency of the Wilmot Proviso. Remarks of Mr. Douglas, of Illinois, on the. William Brown was born in Cavin County, Ireland, Novem In , he moved west, stopping for a time in Illinois and Wisconsin. In , he settled in Douglas County, Kan., was at first working on farms, then rented for a time, and finally became owner of a .


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Speech of Hon. S. A. Douglas, of Illinois, on Kansas territorial affairs by Douglas, Stephen Arnold Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excerpt from Speech of Hon. Douglas, of Illinois, on Kansas Territorial Affairs: Delivered in the Senate United States, Ma Mr. President Iwill ask the indulgence of the Senate for such length of time as the subject may require, provided my strength do not fail me, while I submit some views in vindication of the majority report, and in answer to that of the minority, of the Author: Stephen Arnold Douglas.

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Speech of Hon. Douglas, of Illinois, in the United States Senate, March 3, ; On Nebraska and Kansas Paperback – by Stephen Arnold Douglas (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Stephen Arnold Douglas.

Speech of Hon. Douglas, of Illinois, on Kansas Territorial Affairs: Delivered in the Senate United States, Ma by Stephen A.

Douglas avg rating — 0 ratings. James Henry Hammond, "Speech of Hon. James H. Hammond, of South Carolina, On the Admission of Kansas, Under the Lecompton Constitution: Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 4, ," Washington, D.

C., [Often referred to as the "Cotton is King" Speech]. ("That's right," "good," "hurrah for Douglas all the time," and cheers.) If the people of any other Territory desire slavery, let them have it. If they do not want it, let them prohibit it.

It is their business, not mine. ("That's the doctrine.") It is none of our business in Illinois whether Kansas is a. Speech on the Kansas Nebraska Act at Peoria, Illinois, Octo Preceding the Presidential election ofeach of the great political parties, Democrats and Whigs, met in convention, and adopted resolutions endorsing the compromise of ’50; as a ‘finality’ a final settlement, so far as these parties could make it so, of all.

The Kansas-Nebraska Act, passed onwas “one of the most explosive congressional statutes of American history” according to Lewis Lehrman, whose book Lincoln at Peoria: The Turning Point focuses on Lincoln’s reaction to this legislation. The act repealed the Missouri Compromise of (which restricted slavery to territory south of the Speech of Hon.

S.A. Douglas, of Illinois, against the admission of Kansas under the Lecompton constitution. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Ma (Washington, ), by Stephen A.

Douglas (page images at HathiTrust). Governor Laura Kelly’s “Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas” Speech May 1, Good evening, fellow you for tuning in tonight as I outline the next steps of our coronavirus response efforts in Kansas.

Nebraska and Kansas: speech of Hon. E.W. Farley, of Main, in the House of Representatives, --Speech of W.P. Fessenden, of Maine, against the repeal of the Missouri Prohibition, North of 36°30': delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 3,on the Bill to Establish Territorial Governments in Nebraska and Kansas.

In excluding slavery north of the line, the same language is employed as in the Ordinance of ’ It directly applied to Iowa, Minnesota, and to the present bone of contention, Kansas and Nebraska. Thus originated the Missouri Compromise On January 4th,Judge Douglas introduces a new bill to give Nebraska territorial government.

Stephen Arnold Douglas was an American politician from Illinois and the designer of the KansasNebraska Act. He was a U.S. representative, a U.S. senator, and the Democratic Party nominee for president in the election, losing to Republican Abraham Combine Editions. Stephen A.

Douglas’s books. Stephen A. Douglas Average rating: ratings 23 reviews /5(23). Author of Non-interference by Congress with slavery in the territories, Popular sovereignty in the territories, Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas on the "Measures of adjustment,", Speech of Senator Douglas, A brief treatise upon constitutional and party questions, Letter of Judge Douglas in reply to the speech of Dr.

Gwin at Grass Valley, Cal, The dividing line between federal and local. Read Kansas. By the Kansas Historical Society KANSAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY YOUR STORIES OUR HISTORY M Stephen Douglas and the Kansas-Nebraska Act Stephen Douglas was a democratic senator from Illinois.

He believed in manifest destiny. He wanted to see the United States expand west. Douglas knew the country was split over the issue of slavery. Fellow-citizens: Another election which is deemed an important one is approaching, and, as I suppose, the Republican party will without much difficulty elect their State ticket.

But in regard to the Legislature, we, the Republicans, labor under some disadvantages. In the first place, we have a Legislature to elect upon an apportionment of the representation made several years ago, when the. Speech on the Kansas-Nebraska Act.

Octo ” and that there can be no moral right in connection with one man's making a slave of another. Judge Douglas frequently, in the control of the government the management of the partnership affairs--they have greatly the advantage of the constitution, each State has two Senators.

The Lincoln-Douglas Debates: The First Complete, Unexpurgated Text by Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Arnold Douglas, Harold Holzer and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

Title: Speech of Hon. Abram Lincoln, in reply to Judge Douglas. Delivered in Representatives' Hall, Springfield, Illinois. Replies to Judge Stephen Douglas's speech two weeks earlier on the subject of Kansas, the Dred Scott decision, and Utah.David Rice Atchison (Aug – Janu ) was a midth century Democratic United States Senator from Missouri.

He served as President pro tempore of the United States Senate for six years. Atchison served as a major general in the Missouri State Militia in during Missouri's Mormon War and as a Confederate brigadier general during the American Civil War under Major.

The Lincoln-Douglas Debates were actually the culmination of a rival lasting nearly a quarter-century, as Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas had first encountered each other at the Illinois state legislature in the mids.

They were transplants to Illinois, young lawyers interested in politics yet opposites in many ways.