6 edition of Life of George Mifflin Dallas, vice president of the United States. found in the catalog.
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Spiro Theodore Agnew 9 Nov – 17 Sep 39th Vice President of the United States, 55th. George M. Dallas Former Vice President of the United States. Desc: George Mifflin Dallas was an American politician and diplomat who served as mayor of Philadelphia from to and as the 11th vice president of the United States from to The son of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander J.
The origin of the community’s name is uncertain; most likely it is named for early settler Joseph Dallas or for George Mifflin Dallas, vice president (–49) of the United States. Its early settlement was augmented by Swiss and German immigrants and in the late s by French artisans from the unsuccessful Fourierist utopian colony at. Dallas, Texas was named for George Mifflin Dallas () from PA who was Polk's vice-president.
Alexander James Dallas' An Exposition of the Causes and Character of the War was written as part of an effort by the then US government to explain and justify its declaration of war in Some believed the friend was George Mifflin Dallas, the U.S. vice president during the James Polk administration, but there is no evidence that shows Bryan and Dallas knew one another.
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Democratic Party. () Life of George Mifflin Dallas, vice president of the United States. Philadelphia, Times and keystone job office. [Web.] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, The “Life of George Mifflin Dallas, Vice President of the United States” was originally prepared in Septemberby the Democrat Committee of Publication, and then revised in.
Full text of "Life of George Mifflin Dallas, vice president of the United States" See other formats GEORGE M. DALLAS, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. PREPARED \NDPT7BUSHED IN SEPTEMBER. DYTHE ^democratic COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION,. Life of George Mifflin Dallas Vice President of the United States.
Home» Nonfiction. 10 / 10 (2) (2)10/10(2). DALLAS, GEORGE MIFFLIN, (great-great-granduncle of Claiborne Pell), a Senator from Pennsylvania and a vice president of the United States; born in Philadelphia, Life of George Mifflin Dallas, J ; graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in ; studied law; admitted to the bar in ; private secretary to Albert Gallatin, Minister to Russia; returned in and commenced the.
Eulogium by George M. Dallas, vice president of the United States, on the occasion of the Jackson obsequies at Washington square, in the city of Philadelphia, 26th June, ; with a notice of the civic and military procession on that day by George Mifflin Dallas (Book).
As Vice President, Dallas championed Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War. Though unsuccessful in his bid for the Presidential nomination in andDallas remained active in the Party as a states rights Unionist, equally opposed to abolitionism and the Kansas-Nebraska Act.
His electoral setbacks were partly offset by diplomatic Author: John M. Belohlavek. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Diary of George Mifflin Dallas, while United States minister to Russia toand to England to [microform] at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
Vol. 7 11 LIFE OF GEORGE MIFFLIN DALLAS, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Prepared and published in September by the Democratic Committee of Publication extended to the present time, and reprinted November Philadelphia, Times and.
George Mifflin Dallas, a Senator from Pennsylvania and a vice president of the United States, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., J He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) instudied law, and was admitted to the bar in.
United States - United States - Presidents of the United States: The table provides a list of the presidents of the United States. The table provides a list of the.
James K. Polk, in full James Knox Polk, (born November 2,Mecklenburg county, North Carolina, U.S.—died JNashville, Tennessee), 11th president of the United States (–49). Under his leadership the United States fought the Mexican War (–48) and acquired vast territories along the Pacific coast and in the Southwest.
His mother, Sophia Arabella Bache, was the daughter of Richard Bache Jr. and Sophia Burrell Dallas. She was also the granddaughter of Sarah Franklin Bache and Richard Bache, and a great-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin, as well as a niece of George Mifflin Dallas, the 11th Vice President of the United States, serving under James K.
Polk. Part 3: Life of George Mifflin Dallas, Vice President of the United States Part 4: City of Dallas is named after a Democrat Party politician whose support for the Fugitive Slave Act.
Book/Printed Material The life and public services of the Hon. James Knox Polk, with a compendium of his speeches on various public measures. Also, a sketch of the life of the Hon.
George Mifflin Dallas. Sophia Chew Nicklin Dallas was the wife of Vice President George Mifflin Dallas who served under President James K. Polk. Career She was the daughter of Philadelphia merchant Philip Nicklin and Julianna Nicklin (née Chew), and the granddaughter of Benjamin Chew.
Likely the surname of a historic figure, the precise origin of Dallas’s name is unknown. It could come from George Mifflin Dallas, vice president of the United States under James K. Polk, or his. Qeorge Mifflin Dallas while United States Minister to %ussia, toand to S'nglandy toedited by Susan Dallas with a prefatory note by Mr.
Thayer. This book does not seem to contain, despite the title, full diaries, but merely selections from them. Thirty-five years later, the Philadelphia auctioneer, Stan V. HAMLIN, HANNIBAL, a Representative and a Senator from Maine and a Vice President of the United States; born at Paris Hill, Oxford County, Maine, Aug ; attended the district schools and Hebron Academy; took charge of the family farm and worked as a surveyor, compositor in a printing office, and school teacher; studied law; admitted to the bar in and practiced in Hampden.
Of the 47 persons who have served as vice president, 21 have become the oldest such individual of their time. The first vice president, John Adams, held this distinction from his inauguration on Apuntil his death on July 4, (37 years, and 47 days, a record that still stands).At 53 years of age when he took office, he remains the youngest vice president to hold this distinction.
Dallas, Texas, was named for George Mifflin Dallas, the son of Alexander J. Dallas, who was born in Kingston Jamaica, in George Mifflin Dallas (), the city’s namesake, also served as the 11th Vice President of the United States under President James K.
Polk. George Mifflin Dallas wa.The first known use of the name "America" dates back towhen it appeared on a world map created by the German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller. On this map, the name appli.It was originally named Niangua County.
The spelling and writing of “Niangue” proved problematic for mailing purposes so ihe name was changed to Dallas County inafter George Mifflin Dallas, who became James K. Polk’s Vice President in the same year. There were eight townships in Dallas County.