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Quotations, slogans, mottoes: 1840 to 1849
1830 Daniel Webster's second rebuttal with Senator Robert Young Hayne; Webster was defending federal power over states rights.
Toast by Andrew Jackson, who had been forewarned that states rights leaders, including V.Pres Calhoun, were going to make a series of toasts in honor of Jefferson.
William Lloyd Garrison in the first issue of his weekly paper, The Liberator.
Captain William Driver, inventing an epithet for the US flag.
Senator William Learned Marcy, in response to Henry Clay's attack on Andrew Jackson's appointment of Martin Van Buren as ambassador to Great Britain.
Andrew Jackson on Peggy Eaton, the wife of his secretary of war.
Daniel Webster on Peggy Eaton, the wife of the secretary of war.
Andrew Jackson in response to the Supreme Court ruling against the state of Georgia, which wanted to evict the Cherokees.
Henry Clay, in Cabinet as Secretary of State.
Theology student Samuel Francis Smith, from a poem originally entitled America.
Black Hawk on his surrender at Prairie du Chien in Wisconsin.
Andrew Jackson during the nullification controversy.
Daniel Webster to John C. Calhoun during the nullification crisis.
John Quincy Adams referring to Andrew Jackson on the latter's bestowal of an honorary degree from Harvard.
Andrew Jackson in his Farewell Address, 1835.
Alexis de Tocqueville, in Democracy in America (1835-1840).
Lt. Colonel William Barret Travis in his last message after taking refuge in the Alamo.
A phrase that originally appeared in 'The Creole Story' by Washington Irving.
Martin Van Buren, commenting on the fact that he was the first president to be born after the Declaration of Independence was signed.
John C. Calhoun describing how, in his view, northern factory workers were in a worse state than southern slaves.
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