Speeches and publications, 1830-1856, of Lewis Cass, democratic politician.
1 linear foot (22 items)
DA 2 C343 S742
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Scope and Content:
Speeches and publications, 1830-1856, of Lewis Cass, democratic politician. Topics include, prosecution of the war and Mexico, extension of slavery in Kansas and Nebraska territories, railroad land grants and other internal improvement projects and foreign affairs. Some speeches were delivered in the U.S. Senate, other at various civic or ceremonial affairs.
Biographical / Historical:
Territorial Governor of Michigan, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Secretary of War under President Jackson, U.S. minister to France, and Democratic politician.
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