3 edition of Speech of Hon. James S. Rollins, of Missouri, February 28th, 1863 found in the catalog.
Speech of Hon. James S. Rollins, of Missouri, February 28th, 1863
James S. (James Sidney) Rollins
|Genre||Speeches in Congress|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 72861|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Includes one letter from Schuyler Colfax to Simon Stevens written on Novem , discussing Schuyler Colfax's election for the U.S. House of Representatives. Papers: , 1 page. A letter from Schuyler Colfax to E. F. Chapman dated Febru Thanks to his donations and fundraising, the University of Missouri is located in Boone County, at Columbia. Though a slaveholder, he opposed expansion of the 'peculiar institution' as well as secession. In , as a Unionist, Rollins won the first of two terms in the U.S.
James Sidney Rollins was one of the earliest and strongest supporters of the University of Missouri. The Geyer Act of had made provisions for funding a state university and in that same year, Rollins, a newly elected state legislator, drafted a bill to establish the location for a state university. Online MO DC # shows William T. Rollins, Dixon, MO, rural, born Ma in MO. Married at death to Cora Rollins. Parents listed as David Rollins, born TN and Rachel Carter, born TN. Died Dec. 28, at age 77 yrs 9 mos 17 ds in Miller Township, Maries Co, MO from Hypostetic Congestive Lungs with Valvular.
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Excerpt from Freedom of Speech: Speech of Hon. James S. Rollins, of Missouri, in the House of. James Sidney Rollins (Ap – January 9, ) was a nineteenth-century Missouri politician and lawyer.
He helped establish the University of Missouri, led the successful effort to get it located in Boone County, and gained funding for the university with the passage of a series of acts in the Missouri his efforts, he was named "Father of the University of Missouri."Born: ApRichmond, Kentucky.
Rollins, James Sidney (), Letters,(C) Letters discussing Missouri and national politics 1863 book by James S. Rollins, a Missouri politician, lawyer, and businessman, to Carl Schurz, U.S.
Senator from Missouri,and Secretary of the Interior, Rollins, James Sidney (), Papers,(C). Speech of Hon. James S. Rollins, of Missouri, February 28th, by: Rollins, James S.
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Speech of Hon. James S. Rollins, of Missouri, in the House of Representatives, February 28th, --Papers from the Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge.
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Until the 17th Constitutional Amendment ofsenators were elected by state legislatures, so Lincoln and. Story of the Rollins Family History of Smith County, Tennessee By Sue W.
Maggart, Nina R. Sutton, Editors pgs. & James Rollins, born 16 November in Virginia, married some time in the ’s, name of first wife and mother of his five children unknown. Second annual message to Congress, December 1, Emancipation Proclamation, January 1, Reply to an invitation to preside over a meeting of the Christian Commission, held in Washington, Febru Remarks made to some friends, New Year's Evening,concerning the Emancipation Proclamation.
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The great race for governor between James S. Rollins and Robert M. Stewart. Stewart was declared elected, but the Whigs and Americans contended that Stewart was fraudulently counted in. The vote in the state stood: Stewart, 47,; Rollins, 47,; Stewart’s majority, This war would continue to build in intensity and tragedy until culminating in August of in the Lawrence Massacre and Order No.
11 depopulating three George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins and William A. Hall, FebruM. XXXIII George Miller, Missouri's Memorable Decade, (Columbia. The tombstone, inscribed "Benjamin Rollins// Died// Feb. 16, // Ae 79 y's. 9 m's. 3 d's.", stands on a small hillock in a row containing the stones of his parents and two wives.
Sarah T. Kemp was born 20 January calculated from age at death. George Caleb Bingham (Ma – July 7, ) was an American artist, soldier and politician known in his lifetime as "the Missouri Artist". Initially a Whig, he was elected as a delegate to the Missouri legislature before the American Civil War where he fought the extension of slavery westward.
During that war, although born in Virginia, Bingham was dedicated to the Union cause and. The best result we found for your search is John Kenneth Rollins age 70s in Ballwin, MO in the Ballwin neighborhood.
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Gen. John B. Magruder, for January, Advertisement By G. French Offering Reward For Confederate Deserters. Ma John Rollins, 34, of Missouri Moniteau County Jail John Rollins, a year-old man who was described in court records as an ex-Moniteau County law. On February 9,James T. Means, James S.
Snelling and Thomas Hash were allowed $ 2/3 each for guarding the jail during the imprisonment of Wayne Oliver for the murder of Montgomery Means. In August,Dr.
Fisk was murdered by two negroes--one Colley, belonging to John B. Dale, and one Bart, belonging to John J. Scott.Naval appropriation bill: speech of Hon. J.S. Green, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, Febru by Green, James S. (James Stephen), () () Navies of England, France, America, and Russia: being an extract from a work on English and French neutrality and the Anglo-French alliance, The by Boynton.
When in most of his immediate family removed to St. Charles County, Missouri, James remained behind and taught at a private school near Baltimore before joining them out west a year later. Upon his arrival the scholarly aristocrat joined the employ of the Hon. Edward Bates as a tutor for his children.
Bates, a prominent attorney as.