Compromissum anni 1850

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Henricus Clay verba facit apud Veterem Senatus Cameram, Calhoun et Webster animadvertunt, et Millard Fillmore praesidet.

Compromissum anni 1850 fuit conatus ad controversias territoriorum servorumque componendas quae post Bellum Mexici et Americae (1846–1848) ortae erant. Compromissum consistitit in quinque legibus quae rationes civitatum servilium in Meridionale cum rationibus civitatum liberarum in Septentrionalibus compensaverunt.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Hamilton, Holman. 1951. Zachary Taylor, Soldier in the White House.
  • Hamilton, Holman. 1954. "Democratic Senate Leadership and the Compromise of 1850." The Mississippi Valley Historical Review 41(3):403–418. [1]
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  • Nevins, Allan. 1947. Ordeal of the Union. Vol. 2.
  • Stegmaier, Mark J. 1996. Texas, New Mexico, and the Compromise of 1850: Boundary Dispute and Sectional Crisis. Kent State University Press.
  • Remini, Robert. 1991. Henry Clay: Statesman for the Union.
  • Rhodes, James Ford. 1896. History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850. New York.
  • Rozwenc, Edwin C., ed. 1957. The Compromise of 1850.
  • Sewell, Richard H. 1976. Ballots for Freedom: Antislavery Politics in the United States 1837-1860. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Wiltse, Charles M. 1951. John C. Calhoun, Sectionalist, 1840–1850.

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