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Debate in the House of representatives of the territory of Orleans

Orleans (Ter.) Legislature. House of representatives. [from old catalog]

Debate in the House of representatives of the territory of Orleans

by Orleans (Ter.) Legislature. House of representatives. [from old catalog]

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Published in New Orleans: Printed by Btadford & Anderson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burr Conspiracy, 1805-1807

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJA36 .P8 vol. 105
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42, 6 p.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25527780M
    LC Control Number05004359

    The Territorial Legislature was bicameral. The upper house or Council ranged in size from nine to twenty-four members. The House of Representatives ranged in size from thirteen to forty-eight members. All legislators were elected for two-year terms. The Territorial Legislature met annually from to and biennially until statehood in The collection contains three letters (ALS) about various Civil War-related issues. The first, written in the spring of , is addressed to the Secretary of War, Simon Cameron, and touches on Benjamin Butler's concern for what he calls the "negro question," that is, the official status of the slaves in Confederate territory occupied by Union troops.

    The following is an alphabetical list of members of the United States House of Representatives from the state of tables of members of both houses of the United States Congress from the state (through the present day) in order of year, see United States Congressional Delegations from includes members who have represented both the state and the Territory, both past and present. Today, Congress represents more than million American citizens. By providing a forum for a diverse nation to find common ground through debate and compromise, these two unique institutions—the Senate and the House of Representatives—continue to .

    Marlboro Jones. Black Confederates. Contributed by Jaime Amanda Martinez. Black Confederates is a term often used to describe both enslaved and free African Americans who filled a number of different positions in support of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War (–). Most often this assistance was coerced rather than offered voluntarily. The papers of John Francis Hamtramck contain correspondence, diaries, speeches, writings, notes, busines records, legal and financial documents, genealogical charts, and other papers relating principally to Democratic Party politics at the state and national level prior to the Civil War, a visit to Washington, D.C. (), Claiborne's work as editor of several Democratic newspapers, his.


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There were 43 members in attendance: 17 Americans and 26 Creoles. In Decemberafter some debate, the delegates decided to name the new state Louisiana in honor of the territory’s first claim. Other state names suggested were Jefferson and Orleans. proposed a legislature consisting of a House of Representatives and a Senate In the debate over the Constitution ofAntifederalist opponents to the document C.

he believed the Louisiana Territory was a "great desert" unfit for habitation. the territory was ideal for slavery, which he opposed the House of Representatives E. the stance of the candidates on the major issues. The "corrupt bargain" in the election of referred to: A.

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The House of Representatives debates the Louisiana Treaty. Annals of Congress, Octo The House of Representatives continues to debate the Louisiana Treaty.

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For the second time in a little over a year, the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to protect state-legal cannabis programs from federal intrusion.

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