1 edition of History of the House of representatives of the Thirty-fourth Congress, 1855-1857 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||JK1323.1857 .T8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||09034193|
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Title History of the House of representatives of the Thirty-fourth Congress,Contributor Names Triplett, F.
(Francis F. C.). The 34th Congress (–) started badly. As pro- and antislavery supporters killed one another in the “Bleeding Kansas” territory, the House took two months and ballots to elect a Speaker by a plurality instead of the customary majority.
The conflict in the West quickly spilled into Washington as the Senate backed Kansas’ pro-slavery constitution, while the House favored an. BANKS, Nathaniel Prentice, a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Waltham, Mass., Janu ; attended the common schools; a machinist by trade; editor of a weekly paper in Waltham, Mass.; clerk in the customhouse in Boston, Mass.; studied law; was admitted to the Suffolk County bar and commenced practice in Boston; member of the State house of representatives.
As sectional interests splintered the Whig Party into irreconcilable factions, Democrats retained control of the 33rd Congress (–). The political future of the Kansas and Nebraska territories dominated House and Senate debate, and in MayPresident Franklin Pierce signed into law the Kansas–Nebraska Act.
The new legislation effectively repealed the Missouri Compromise of. History of the House of representatives of the Thirty-fourth Congress,Also available in digital form. Contributor: Triplett, F.
(Francis F. C.) Date: Book/Printed Material History of the House of representatives of the Thirty-fourth Congress,Also available in digital form.
Contributor: Triplett, F. (Francis F. C.) Date: ; Book/Printed Material History of the Thirty-ninth Congress of the United States. Congress Overview. Democrats retained control of the Senate after the wartime elections, but Whigs took the House.
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United States House of Representatives elections in Maryland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Job Roberts Tyson (February 8, – J ) was a Whig member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.
Job R. Tyson was born in Philadelphia, completed preparatory studies and taught school in Hamburg, studied law, was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Philadelphia. Full text of "A historical and legal digest of all the contested election cases in the House of Representatives of the United States from the First to the Fifty-sixth Congress.
Bennett was elected as a Democrat to the Thirty-fourth Congress (March 4, – March 4, ). He was an unsuccessful candidate for renomination in He resumed the practice of law in Columbus. He moved to Paris, Texas, in and continued the practice of law. He served as a captain in Company G, Thirty-second Regiment, Texas Cavalry.
William Henry Sneed (Aug – Septem ) was an American attorney and politician, active initially in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and later in Knoxville, Tennessee, during the midth was a member of the United States House of Representatives for Tennessee's 2nd congressional district during the Thirty-fourth Congress (–).
Lemuel Dale Evans (January 8, – July 1, ) was a U.S. Representative from Texas. Born in Tennessee, Evans studied law and was admitted to the bar. He moved to Marshall, Texas, in and engaged in the practice of served as member of the State convention that annexed the State of Texas to the Union in United States House of Representatives elections in California From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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