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Quotations, slogans, mottoes: 1814 to 1829
Can you pick the quotations, slogans, mottoes: 1814 to 1829?
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Commodore Stephen Decatur, April 4, 1816, commemorating his success in the Mediterranean
Commodore Stephen Decatur, to Algerine officials, following the US defeat of the Barbary States
John Quincy Adams, in a letter to his father, suggesting an improvement on a famous toast by Commodore Stephen Decatur
1819 Supreme Court McCulloch v Maryland
Daniel Webster in 1819 Dartmouth v Woodward, in which the Court ruled that the school's charter was protected from state interference
Thomas Jefferson referencing the question about whether the Mason Dixon line should be extended west
Daniel Webster, 1820, in his 'Landing of the Pilgrims' speech on the 200th anniversary of the event
John Howard Payne, America's first playwright to gain international fame, in his 1823 song 'Home Sweet Home' written for his play, Clari: or the Maid of Milan
Clement Clarke Moore, December 23, 1823
Andrew Jackson on Henry Clay, after the latter gave his votes to John Quincy Adams
John Adams in reply to a request for a toast to be offered in his name on July 4, 1826
Reportedly John Adams' last words on July 4, 1826, a few hours before Jefferson's death
Henry Clay on where his 'American System' plan, featuring a tariff, a national bank, and improvement to the transportation system, would lead
The motto of David Crockett
John C. Calhoun, 1828, in an anonymous essay 'South Carolina Exposition and Protest'
Justice Joseph Story, following the March 4, 1829 inaugural reception for Jackson in the East Room that became so raucous the President had to escape through a back door to safety
David Walker, 1829, from An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World, urging slaves to revolt
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