||Daniel Walker Howe is a fine
and historian of ideas.
From the end of the War of 1812 through the first railroads and telegraphs, the Mexican-American War which shifted America's center of gravity to the slaveowning south. Meanwhile, evangelism, temperance (anti-alcohol) and anti-slavery movements stirred up the country.
|If you haven't read it yet, maybe now is a good time, and guess what, it's a best-seller which means Amazon is discounting it big. Accept no substitutes (esp. from anybody named Beck).|
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A paper, out of Baltimore, advocating the John Q. Adams' reelection to the presidency, which lasted from December 1827 til some time after the 1828 election. (Source: Vexler, Baltimore, p31)
Short-lived organ of a set of Methodist dissidents centered around NJ and Baltimore. Gamaliel Bailey, who became an important abolitionist, edited it for 11 months beginning January 1831. (Source: Harrold, Gamaliel Bailey, p6)
(founded and?) edited by Alexander Campbell from 1830 - 1863 (source Harper's Ency)
A quarterly, edited by David Ruggles, in, or beginning, 1838. (source: Bergman, Chronological..., p165)
Established by Thomas Hart Benton.
Copyright 1998 by Hal Morris, Secaucus, NJ
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