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Speech of the Hon. Alexander Smyth, in the House of Representatives, on the Seminole war

Speech of the Hon. Alexander Smyth, in the House of Representatives, on the Seminole war

House of Representatives, January 21.

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Published by s.n. in [Washington? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seminole War, 1st, 1817-1818.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 49442.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15629892M

    A monumental, minutely detailed history of the South. A must for all Civil War buffs, this facsimile reprint of a rare volume includes the complete Constitution of the Confederacy, events leading to the war, descriptions of all major battles, and more/5.   Even at the height of congressional anti-war sentiment in , only one in three members of the House voted for actual end-the-war resolutions. According to a specially commissioned House Democratic Study Group, “Up to the spring of , Congress gave every president everything he requested regarding Indochina policies and funding.”.

      By the beginning of the Civil War, Massachusetts Senator Henry Wilson had established himself as one of the leaders of the Republican party. Together with Abraham Lincoln and Henry B. Stanton, Wilson ranks as one of the three most important civilian figures that contributed to creating and sustaining the military. As Chairman of the Senate Military Affairs . marks the year the Second Seminole War began, Chief Osceola had disciplined the tribes warriors and equipped them properly. Osceola attacked small white settlements at the start of the war to deplete the supplies of the U.S. Black Point was the first official battle, Chief Osceola ambushed a government supply train and killed the militia.

    Madison, then in the House of Representatives, as well as others, had opposed it on that ground. Gen: Washington, as President, was called on to approve or reject it. He sought and obtained on the constitutional question the separate written opinions of Jefferson, Hamilton, and Edmund Randolph; they then being respectively Secretary of State.   Osceola and the Great Seminole War vividly recounts how one warrior with courage and cunning unequaled by any Native American leader before or after would mastermind battle strategies that would embarrass the best officers in the United States Army/5(58).


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