Message from the President of the United States, Communicating Sundry Papers Relating to Indian Affairs (19th Congress, Second Session: Document Number 9)

Adams, John Quincy

Edité par Printed By Gales & Seaton, Washington, DC, 1826
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Titre : Message from the President of the United ...

Éditeur : Printed By Gales & Seaton, Washington, DC

Date d'édition : 1826

Reliure : Paperback

Etat du livre : Fair +

Edition : First Edition

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Stains, creases, rubbing, browning and/or foxing throughout (chiefly to wrappers); divided at midpoint (disbound); short tears and wear to foredges (few leaves). 13 pages. Upper wrapper title. At head of title: Indian Affairs. Includes communications with Superintendent of Indian Affairs William Clark, as well as Adams' introductory letter. Dated December 11, 1826 ("Read, and laid upon the table" -- upper wrapper). Adams (1767-1848), 6th US President (1825-29), eldest son of John and Abigail Adams; graduate of Harvard University (1787), elected to the US Senate (1803; resigned 1808); appointed to the US Supreme Court (1811) but declined; Secretary of State (1817-25) and real promulgator of what is known as the "Monroe Doctrine"; elected to the US Congress (1831); noted for his defense of the participants in the slave revolt aboard the Amistad before the Supreme Court (1841). Clark (1770-1838), Virginia-born American explorer and Indian agent, brother of George Rogers Clark and famed partner of Meriweather Lewis in their Western expedition (1804-06); appointed brigadier general of the militia for the Louisiana Territory (later the Missouri Territory), in charge of Indian defense during the War of 1812 and after; negotiated the Prairie du Chien treaty (with Lewis Cass, 1825). Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. N° de réf. du libraire L059804

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