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Author: Archibald Dixon
ISBN: 1113830034
Pages: 640 pages
Publisher: BiblioBazaar (September 24, 2009)
Language: English
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e-Book The True History of the Missouri Compromise and its Repeal epub download

by Archibald Dixon



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Archibald Dixon was born near Red House, Caswell County, North Carolina on April 2, 1802. Dixon, Susan Bullitt (1899). The true history of the Missouri compromise and its repeal (PDF). Cincinnati, Ohio: The Robert Clarke Company. He was the son of Captain Wynn and Rebecca Hart Dixon. Both Dixon's father and grandfather fought in the Revolutionary War, the former enlisting at the age of sixteen. His grandfather, Colonel Henry Dixon, was commended by "Light Horse Harry" Lee for his service. Retrieved 2008-08-19. John Hay (November 1886). Abraham Lincoln: A History". The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine.

The author, Susan Bullitt Dixon (Mrs. Archibald Dixon), describes the events surrounding and leading up to her husband's (Archibald Dixon) motion to repeal the Missouri Compromise. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 623 pages. Published 1899 by The Robert Clarke Company.

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Repeal of the Missouri Compromise. Though the Missouri Compromise managed to keep the peace-for the moment-it failed to resolve the pressing question of slavery and its place in the nation’s future. Southerners who opposed the Missouri Compromise did so because it set a precedent for Congress to make laws concerning slavery, while Northerners disliked the law because it meant slavery was expanded into new territory

Under the Missouri Compromise, slavery was prohibited in the territory. Because of this, the southern states opposed its admission. Cincinnati, Ohio: Nicolay, .

Under the Missouri Compromise, slavery was prohibited in the territory. In an attempt to allay southern fears, Stephen Douglas introduced a bill in January 1854 that included a provision that "all questions pertaining to slavery in the territories, and in the new states to be formed therefrom are to be left to the people residing therein, through their appropriate representatives.

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