The crisis facing the United States in 1850 was a dramatic prologue to the conflict that came a decade later. The rapid opening of western lands demanded the speedy establishment of local civil administration for these vast regions. Outraged partisans, however, cried of coercion: Southerners saw a threat to the precarious sectional balance, and Northerners feared an extension of slavery. In this definitive study, Holman Hamilton analyzes the complex events of the anxious months from December, 1849, when the Senate debates began, until September, 1850, when Congress passed the measures.A Regional Musical Style: The Legacy of Arnold Shultz WILLIAM E. LIGHTFOOT The complexity of factors that ... Jazz, for example, developed from regional stylistic patterns established in New Orleans, Kansas City, Chicago, the West Coast, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Sense Of Place|
|Author||:||Barbara Allen, Thomas J. Schelereth|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Kentucky - 2015-02-05|