2 edition of political and sectional influence of the public lands, 1828-1842 found in the catalog.
political and sectional influence of the public lands, 1828-1842
Raynor Greenleaf Wellington
|Statement||by Raynor G. Wellington.|
|Series||Burt Franklin research & source works series 474, [Burt Franklin] American classics in history & social science 126.|
|LC Classifications||HD197 1828b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||79121594|
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THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AS E SPECULATOR ROBERT NESBIT University of Wisconsin ans of federal land policy have given little attention to the problem of the townsite on the public domain. (New York, ); Raynor G. Wellington, The Political and Sectional Influence of the Public Lands, (New York, ); George M.
Stephenson Author: Robert Nesbit. Both Jackson and Van Buren, however, approved his plan ; and the graduation principle was adopted by the executive in treaties with the Indians where lands were to be sold.^° Inas an 6 Raynor G. Wellington, The political and sectional influence of the public lands, ([Cambmlge], ).
There is no satisfactory biography of Nicholas Biddle, though his papers may be consulted in the Pennsylvania Historical Society Library. Wellington's _The Political and Sectional Influence of the Public Lands, _ () tends to show how much of the controversies of these years was due to sectional jealousy.
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Up to the time of which Rynning writes no plan had secured the approval of Congress. See Raynor G. Wellington, The Political and Sectional Influence of the Public Lands,pp. 6, 8, 33, 40, 56, The South and the Sectional Image; the Sectional Theme since Reconstruction.
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Stephenson, George M. The Political History of Public Lands from to From Pre-Emption to Homestead. Boston: Richard G. Badger. Stevens, Kenneth IL Border Diplomacy: The "Caroline" and McLeod Affairs in Anglo-American Relations, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.
Taus, Ester Rogoff. The Political and Sectional Influence of the Public Lands, Cambridge, MA: Riverside Press. Wunderlich, Gene. "Agricultural Landownership and the Real Property Tax." In Land Ownership and Taxation in American Agriculture.
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