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Fri Mar 21 17:09:40 2014 UTClccn-n500316970.00The grand enterprise : Calvin Colton and the Episcopal Church /0.791.00Countering revivalism and revitalizing Protestantism : high church, confessional, and romantic critiques of Second Great Awakening revivalism, 1835 to 1852 /33112932n 5003169767056American gentlemanColton, C. 1789-1857Colton, C. (Calvin), 1789-1857Junius, 1789-1857Junius 1789-1857 PseudonymNothern man, 1789-1857lccn-n50041909Clay, Henry1777-1852lccn-n84036516Stevenson, Thomas B.edtlccn-n80079701McKinley, William1843-1901lccn-no89015728Reed, Thomas B.(Thomas Brackett)1839-1902lccn-n80034929Webster, Daniel1782-1852lccn-n79058456Episcopal Churchlccn-n78081197American Colonization Societylccn-n80034457Cave, Alfred A.lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n79046634JesuitsColton, Calvin1789-1857Records and correspondenceHistoryBiographyControversial literatureChurch historyUnited StatesClay, Henry,Political scienceProtectionismEconomic historyEmigration and immigrationEconomic policyEconomicsSlaveryStatesmenIndians of North AmericaFinance, PublicTravelGreat LakesRevivalsAbolitionistsIndians of North America--Government relationsTariffDebts, PublicWebster, Daniel,United States--Northwest, OldAmerican Colonization SocietyAntislavery movementsManners and customsAfrican Americans--ColonizationPublic landsCherokee IndiansLegislatorsProtestantismJesuitsPacific railroads--Early projectsCreditFinanceWorking classCurrency questionTemperanceUnited States.--Congress.--SenateLawyersAfricaEpiscopal ChurchChristianityTheology, DoctrinalWashington (D.C.)Church historySpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanPropertyInheritance and successionSlavery--Controversial literatureColton, Calvin,Indians of North America--Social life and customs17891857183218331834183518361837183918401843184418451846184718481849185018531855185618571859186018631864189719041909192619431945194619561969197019711972197319741978197919801981198219951996199920052006200920102011201311877139624923.273E340.C6ocn001111174ocn003964211ocn564094082ocn003472542ocn000217302ocn000504609ocn000247935ocn003879161ocn001865768ocn697108561ocn866720069125549ocn001083830book18330.81Colton, CalvinThe life and times of Henry ClayHistoryBiography95726ocn060712913book18550.79Clay, HenryThe private correspondence of Henry ClayRecords and correspondence86124ocn000006177book18320.66Colton, CalvinManual for emigrants to America75436ocn065316783book18480.86Colton, CalvinPublic economy for the United States65235ocn011339014book18330.66Colton, CalvinTour of the American lakes, and among the Indians of the North-west territory, in 1830 disclosing the character and prospects of the Indian race+-+528226469661524ocn001111174book18570.66Clay, HenryThe works of Henry Clay, comprising his life, correspondence and speeches61022ocn065265084file18400.90Colton, CalvinThe crisis of the countryHistory50119ocn000677009book18320.70Colton, CalvinHistory and character of American revivals of religion+-+282363576632448324ocn085793000book18390.76Colton, CalvinAbolition a seditionControversial literature45916ocn657155191file18460.90Colton, CalvinThe rights of labor4389ocn060713902com18400.88Colton, CalvinReply to Webster a letter to Daniel Webster of Massachusetts, a member of the Senate of the United States, in reply to his legal opinion to Baring, Brothers & Co. upon the illegality and unconstitutionality of state bonds, and loans of state credit3125ocn011338994book18360.70Colton, CalvinProtestant Jesuitism2967ocn065260494com18330.88Colton, CalvinThe Americans2736ocn060722876file18440.86Colton, CalvinThe public lands26315ocn733090474file18390.90Colton, CalvinColonization and abolition contrastedHistoryControversial literature2356ocn765819150book18500.84Colton, CalvinA lecture on the railroad to the Pacific delivered August 12, 1850, at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, at the request of numerous members of both Houses of Congress2299ocn000299499book18560.70Colton, CalvinThe last seven years of the life of Henry Clay2275ocn065268017file18390.86Colton, CalvinA voice from America to England17214ocn183096339file18500.84Colton, CalvinThe genius and mission of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United StatesHistoryChurch history16710ocn065312214file18430.90Colton, CalvinThe currency2501ocn000013870book19690.79Cave, Alfred AAn American conservative in the age of Jackson: the political and social thought of Calvin Colton493ocn036562496book19960.53Bratt, James DFrom revivalism to Whig politics the strange career of Calvin ColtonHistory31ocn032292505book19950.73Plaxton, David W. REmergence of an ethos? : revivalisms and evangelicalisms in the northern United States, 1800-1860History21ocn070980027mix0.47Clay, HenryHenry Clay family papersHistoryRecords and correspondencePart I consists of general correspondence mainly relating to politics, dispatches and instructions sent by Henry Clay as secretary of state to chargeĢs d'affaires and ministers plenipotentiary, and other papers. Topics include the Burr conspiracy; Clay's duels with Humphrey Marshall and John Randolph; the War of 1812, peace negotiations, and the Treaty of Ghent (1814); tariff, public lands, internal improvements, and other postwar domestic issues; relations with South America; presidential politics, particularly the elections of 1824, 1832, 1844, and 1848 in all of which Clay was a Whig candidate or nominee; Clay's opposition to the politics of Andrew Jackson; the rechartering of the Bank of the United States; the nullification crisis; slavery in the District of Columbia; the annexation of Texas; and the influence of New York politics and the Liberty Party on the election of 184421ocn148114131book20051.00Reeves, Russ PatrickCountering revivalism and revitalizing Protestantism : high church, confessional, and romantic critiques of Second Great Awakening revivalism, 1835 to 1852History11ocn144567310art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamColton, Calvin11ocn034880634art1969Cave, Alfred AThe case of Calvin Colton; white racism in northern anitslavery thought11ocn052274476art1999Colton, Calvin11ocn007826422book1979Smith, Robert AThe grand enterprise : Calvin Colton and the Episcopal ChurchHistoryChurch historyTypescript+-+5282264696+-+5282264696Fri Mar 21 15:36:12 EDT 2014batch23037