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Educated at the College of William and Mary, he studied law under his father, John… (Encyclopedia) Jackson, Andrew, 1767–1845, 7th President of the United States (1829–37), b. Waxhaw settlement on the border of South Carolina and North Carolina (both states claim him).
Early Career… (Encyclopedia) Ku Klux Klan ko͞o˝ klŭks klăn, designation mainly given to two distinct secret societies that played a part in American history, although other less important groups have also used the… Director: Manuel Gómez PereiraWriters: Joaquín Oristrell, Jean Luis Iborra, Naomi Wise and Manuel Gómez PereiraDirector of Photography:Juan AmorósEditor:Guillermo RepresaMusic:Bernardo… by Carrie Chapman Catt and Nettie Rogers Shuler The First Victory (1869)Two Amendments and Many WomenPolitics After the WarThe enfranchisement of the Negro did not have the effect upon… by Carrie Chapman Catt and Nettie Rogers Shuler TennesseeConclusionThe States That Did Not RatifyIt is doubtful if any man, even among suffrage men, ever realized what the suffrage… Chronological Record of the Wi...
Abbott, Rev. Lyman, 126
Abolitionists. See Anti-Slavery
Acklen, Col. Joseph H., 424
Acts of Reconstruction, 228
Adams, Abigail, 9
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