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Duff Green and the South, 1824-45

David Wayne Moore

Duff Green and the South, 1824-45

by David Wayne Moore

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Green, Duff, -- 1791-1875,
  • Journalism -- Political aspects,
  • Southern States -- History -- 1775-1865,
  • Southern States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Wayne Moore
    The Physical Object
    Pagination200 leaves ;
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14412379M

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Duff Green and the South, 1824-45 by David Wayne Moore Download PDF EPUB FB2

First, the book examines Duff Green's transition from being Jacksonian Democracy's most ardent supporter, to becoming its most hated enemy. Though many 1824-45 book followed the same Duff Green and the South, Green's powerful position as newspaper editor, not to mention his reckless manner, made him especially dangerous to the Jackson party.5/5(1).

1 Duff Green to William Snowden, NovemDuff Green Letter Book,32, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. (A microfilm copy of this letter book is in the M.

Anderson Library, University of Houston.) 2 For information concerning Green's early business dealings see. Duff Green Papers, and undated Collection Overview Collection includes business records of Duff Green (d.

), merchant and manufacturer, of his son, McDuff, and of their partners and successors in a business dealing in various types of produce, including wheat, flour, textile products, general merchandise, etc.

Calhoun, Green did not always agree with the South Carolinian: in the election offor example. Green. ] Duff Green Duff Green published a curious book which bore the title Facts and Suggestions, Biographical, Historical, Financial and Political, Addressed to the People of the.

But it is also a city rich with ghost stories. In this book, you’ll discover tales of slaves, soldiers, and wealthy planters—and enjoy visits to such supernatural spots as the Duff Green Mansion, the Old Courthouse Museum, Stained-Glass Manor, Vicksburg National Military Park, and more.

BY DUFF GREEN. Anxious to promote the public interests as far as in my humble sphere I can do, I venture to suggest a plan for the restoration of the value of the public credit, which, I hope, if aided by your approval, will be adopted by Congress, and is therefore.

Green, Duff, –, American journalist and politician, b. Woodford co., Ky. After service in the War ofhe settled in Missouri, where he became () editor of the St. Louis Enquirer. He moved () to Washington, D.C., purchased the United States Telegraph, and backed Andrew Jackson for President.

After Jackson was elected (), Green's newspaper became the administration. Early life and education. Green, the son of William and Lucy Ann (Marshall) Green, was born Augin Woodford County, was a school teacher in his native state of Kentucky and served under General William Henry Harrison in the Kentucky militia in the War of and led the Missouri Brigade in the Indian Campaign, earning the rank brigadier general.

Page 72 - South, then, contrary to the prevailing notion that it drew its chief support from the non-slave-holding whites above the 'mean-white' class was from its origin, and continued to be through-out its history, the party of the planter and the slave-holder— the aristocrat of the fertile black belt.

The Democratic party, on the other hand, drew upon the opposite side of the social scale. [Colusa Biographical Sketches – Chap Page - Transcribed by: Patrick Hogue - Octo ] AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE HON. GREEN “Robert Green, whose father was an officer in the body-guard of William Prince of Orange, came to this country from England in the yearand settled with his uncle, Sir William Duff, in King George County, Virginia.

Early in the eighteenth century, a William Duff went to settle in King George County, Virginia, and with him went his sister Eleanor, married to William Green, one of the bodyguard of King William iii., as shown in the Census of the Officers of the Court, According to American tradition, William and Eleanor were the children of Alexander Macduff of Keithmore, diedand his wife.

No man is better informed than DUFF GREEN, in all the secrets and mysteries of the Secession. School. Though a Kentuckian by birth, in principle and adoption he is a South Carolinian, and the. Return to Menu Page for Facts and Suggestions Relative to Finance & Currency Addressed to the President of the Confederate States by Duff Green.

Return to The Southern Homefront, Home Page. Return to Documenting the American South Home Page. The Whig Party in the South. Arthur Charles Cole. American Historical Assoc., - United States - pagesReviews: 1.

In turn, Green received patronage payments from Jacksonians amounting to about $50, per year, quite a sum at the time. After a schism developed between Jackson and his Vice-President from South Carolina, John C. Calhoun, over both personal issues and State’s Rights, Green sided with Calhoun.

Jackson, in turn, railed against : Duff Green. Railroads and gambling brought Duff Green south to Dalton. Above all, Green was an entrepreneur and was willing to take a gamble for a fast dollar on a business deal. Duff came to this area in to take advantage of the building of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad from Knoxville that would connect with the Western and Atlantic Railroad.

In a book on Culpepper County, Virginia by Raleigh Travers Green, a descendant of Duff Green, as reported by Mr. Brandon, Duff Green married twice. to a Miss Thomas by whom there were no children. to Ann Willis. According to this book, children of Duff and Ann were:who died a bachelor.

who married a Williams. Built as a wedding gift for his new bride in by wealthy businessman Duff Green, the home was the center of the social scene until the Civil War and the siege of. Green, Duff, –, American journalist and politician, b.

Woodford co., Ky. After service in the War ofhe settled in Missouri, where he became () editor of the St. Louis Enquirer. He moved () to Washington, D.C., purchased the United States Telegraph, and backed Andrew Jackson. Duff Green Mansion: For the Love of the Old South. - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Duff Green Mansion at Tripadvisor.5/5.

Duff Green, Kentucky politician and journalist, and close colleague of John C. Calhoun: "We must satisfy the consciences, we must allay the fears of our own people.

We must satisfy them that slavery is of itself right - that it is not a sin against God - that it is not an evil, moral or.'Duff Green "To the Editor of the Times, St.

Louis, Missouri," May 1,p. 3; Ben E. Green MS. The latter document is a review of the business relations of Ben E. and Duff Green covering the years from about toand contains about sixty unnumbered pages. 'Charters of the Union Company and Union Potomac Company (Baltimore, ), 1.GEORGIA.; The Impoverished Condition of the Planters--A Land Bank for the South--Duff Green's Pamphlet and scheme --The Popular Hope in the Supreme Court -- Indifference as to Politics--Traits of.