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Fri Mar 21 17:11:24 2014 UTClccn-n500419090.23Henry Clay : the essential American /0.510.94Mr. Clay submitted the following motion for consideration32012452Henry_Clayn 5004190977082Clay, H. (Henry), 1777-1852lccn-n80034929Webster, Daniel1782-1852crplccn-n79137102Calhoun, John C.(John Caldwell)1782-1850crplccn-n79006865United StatesCongresslccn-n79088888Jackson, Andrew1767-1845lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n50031697Colton, Calvin1789-1857edtlccn-n80017009Remini, Robert V.(Robert Vincent)1921-2013lccn-n50003179Schurz, Carl1829-1906lccn-n79006779Lincoln, Abraham1809-1865sgnlccn-n50010628Peterson, Merrill D.Clay, Henry1777-1852BiographySpeeches in CongressHistoryRecords and correspondenceRulesSourcesCensusUnited StatesClay, Henry,Political scienceLegislatorsStatesmenUnited States.--CongressCalhoun, John C.--(John Caldwell),Webster, Daniel,SlaveryInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Compromise of 1850KentuckyTariffUnited States.--Congress.--SenateClay familyFamiliesWar--CausesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Mexican War (1846-1848)Buddhism and politicsDouglas, Stephen A.--(Stephen Arnold),Economic historyBank of the United States (1816-1836)ProtectionismWhig Party (U.S.)United States.--Congress.--HouseGray, Asa,Booth, Edwin,Child, Francis James,Hamilton, Alexander,Greeley, Horace,Randolph, John,Jefferson, Thomas,Jackson, Andrew,Speeches, addresses, etc., AmericanPoliticiansLawyersIndependent treasuryBanks and bankingTravelJamaicaPresidents--ElectionLand tenureConstitutional lawCabinet officersSouthern StatesAfrican Americans--ColonizationStates' rights (American politics)Nullification (States' rights)Public lands1777185217881798180018011802180318061807180918101811181218131815181618181819182018211822182318241825182618271828182918301831183218331834183518361837183818391840184118421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186318641866186718681869187018711872187318751879188018811883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121915191619171918192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319351936193719381939194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320146290025744325923.273E340.C6ocn259888442ocn037735413ocn430819060ocn327655373ocn026526075ocn026561557ocn186677200ocn865749785ocn43266096411472ocn044956264file0.25Clay, HenryHenry Clay's remarks before the House and Senate of the United States of AmericaHistory60634ocn060723209file18270.86Clay, HenrySpeech of Henry Clay in defence of the American system, against the British colonial system : with an appendix of documents referred to in the speechSpeeches in Congress39248ocn009440646book18420.76Clay, HenryThe life and speeches of Henry ClayHistoryBiographySources38816ocn065278721file18340.92Clay, HenrySpeech of the Hon. Henry Clay, on the subject of the removal of the deposites delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 26, 30, 1833Speeches in Congress36915ocn060712913file18550.79Clay, HenryThe private correspondence of Henry ClayRecords and correspondence29613ocn847833232file18240.90Clay, HenrySpeech in support of an American system for the protection of American industry delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 30th and 31st of March, 1824Speeches in Congress2899ocn060727132file18250.86Clay, HenryTo the people of the congressional district composed of the counties of Fayette, Woodford, and Clarke, in Kentucky2604ocn001266528book18400.86Gurney, Joseph JohnFamiliar letters to Henry Clay of Kentucky, describing a winter in the West IndiesRecords and correspondence26010ocn847833236file18370.93Clay, HenrySpeech of Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the bill imposing additional duties as depositaries, in certain cases, on public officers in Senate of the United States, Sept. 25, 1837HistorySpeeches in Congress25312ocn065239180book18130.92Clay, HenrySpeech of the Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky, in the House of Representatives of the United States, on the eighth day of January,1813, on the bill for raising an additional military force of twenty thousand men, for one yearHistorySpeeches in Congress2505ocn060728161file18240.84KentuckyA remonstrance to the Congress of the United States on the subject of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States on the occupying claimant laws of Kentucky2426ocn811426778file18240.90Clay, HenryMr. Clay's speech in support of an American system for the protection of American industry delivered, March 30th and 31st, 1824Speeches in Congress22421ocn011305731book18570.66Clay, HenryThe works of Henry Clay, comprising his life, correspondence and speeches2095ocn847832656file18320.90Carey, MathewProspects on the Rubicon. letters on the prevailing excitement in South Carolina, on the means employed to produce it, on the causes that led to the depreciation of the great staple of the State, and on the misconception of the effects of the tariff : addressed to the Hon[orable] H. ClayHistory19912ocn663111138file18270.84Clay, HenrySpeech of the Hon. Henry Clay, before the American colonization society in the hall of the House of representatives, January 20, 1827Census1886ocn015446465book18070.94Clay, HenryMr. Clay submitted the following motion for consideration1884ocn733084819file18420.88Clay, HenrySpeeches of the Hon. Henry Clay of the Congress of the United StatesSpeeches in CongressRecords and correspondence1836ocn015571143book18100.94Clay, HenryMr. Clay's motionRules1829ocn065265465file18280.90Clay, HenrySpeech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky establishing a deliberate design, on the part of the late and present executive of the United States, to break down the whole banking system of the United States, commencing with the Bank of the United States and terminating with the state banks, and to create on their ruins a government treasury bank, under exclusive control of the executive, and in reply to the speech of the Hon. J.C. Calhoun, of South Carolina, supporting that treasury bankSpeeches in Congress1729ocn005232521book18930.76Taussig, F. WState papers and speeches on the tariffHistory23414ocn015016375book19870.29Peterson, Merrill DThe great triumvirate : Webster, Clay, and CalhounBiography"Enormously powerful, intensely ambitious, the very personifications of their respective regions--Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, and John C. Calhoun represented the foremost statesmen of their age. In the decades preceding the Civil War, they dominated American congressional politics as no other figures have. Now Merrill D. Peterson, one of our most gifted historians, brilliantly re-creates the lives and times of these great men in this monumental collective biography. Peterson brings to life the great events in which the Triumvirate figured so prominently, including the debates on Clay's American System, the Missouri Compromise, the Webster-Hayne debate, the Bank War, the Webster-Ashburton Treaty, the annexation of Texas, and the Compromise of 1850. At once a sweeping narrative and a penetrating study of non-presidential leadership, this book offers an indelible picture of this conservative era in which statesmen viewed the preservation of the legacy of free government inherited from the Founding Fathers as their principal mission. In fascinating detail, Peterson demonstrates how precisely Webster, Clay, and Calhoun exemplify three facets of this national mind." --from book description, Amazon.com+-+522385046519114ocn000351740book19570.31Eaton, ClementHenry Clay and the art of American politicsBiography17581ocn023140589book19910.27Remini, Robert VHenry Clay : statesman for the UnionBiographyAmong nineteenth-century Americans, few commanded the reverence and respect accorded to Henry Clay of Kentucky. As orator and as Speaker of the House for longer than any man in the century, he wielded great power, a compelling presence in Congress who helped preserve the Union in the antebellum period. Remini portrays both the statesman and the private man, a man whose family life was painfully torn and who burned with ambition for the office he could not reach, the presidency.--From publisher description+-+9335688485171350ocn003323890book18870.53Schurz, CarlLife of Henry ClayBiography+-+2766348905324169358ocn001132193book18420.76Clay, HenryThe life and speeches of Henry ClayHistoryBiographySources13896ocn000424654book19370.37Van Deusen, Glyndon GThe life of Henry ClayBiography+-+926257868532413576ocn326531524book20100.23Heidler, David StephenHenry Clay : the essential AmericanBiographySpeaker of the House, senator, secretary of state, five-time presidential candidate, and idol to the young Abraham Lincoln, Henry Clay is captured in full in this rich and sweeping biography that vividly portrays all the drama of his times+-+604324763512657ocn753969024com20110.37Apple, LindseyThe family legacy of Henry Clay in the shadow of a Kentucky patriarchBiographyKnown as the Great Compromiser, Henry Clay earned his title by addressing sectional tensions over slavery and forestalling civil war in the United States. Today he is still regarded as one of the most important political figures in American history. As Speaker of the House of Representatives and secretary of state, Clay left an indelible mark on American politics at a time when the country's solidarity was threatened by inner turmoil, and scholars have thoroughly chronicled his political achievements. However, little attention has been paid to his extensive family legacy. In The Family Legacy o+-+456986863532412398ocn213307834book20100.27Remini, Robert VAt the edge of the precipice : Henry Clay and the compromise that saved the UnionHistory"At the Edge of the Precipice" is historian Robert V. Remini's fascinating recounting of the Compromise of 1850, a titanic act of political will that only a skillful statesman like Clay could broker. Although the Compromise would collapse ten years later, plunging the nation into civil war, Clay's victory in 1850 ultimately saved the Union by giving the North an extra decade to industrialize and prepare+-+9337650195119932ocn001083830book18430.81Colton, CalvinThe life and times of Henry ClayHistoryBiography116520ocn036354301book18870.47Schurz, CarlHenry ClayHistoryBiography11367ocn777659991book20120.23Greenberg, Amy SA wicked war : Polk, Clay, Lincoln, and the 1846 U.S. invasion of MexicoA critical assessment of the Mexican-American war and its divisive role in U.S. politics also evaluates its impact on the careers of James Polk, Henry Clay, and Abraham Lincoln and how it set the stage for the American Civil War11245ocn741542478book20120.24Bordewich, Fergus MAmerica's great debate : Henry Clay, Stephen A. Douglas, and the compromise that preserved the UnionHistoryThe spellbinding story behind the longest debate in U.S. Senate history: the Compromise of 1850, which brought together Senate luminaries on the eve of the Civil War in a desperate effort to save the Union9622ocn000425587book0.50Clay, HenryPapers+-+710556863532488846ocn000424664book18520.79Sargent, EpesThe life and public services of Henry Clay, down to 1848Biography8037ocn002076278book19210.50Bradford, GamalielAs God made them; portraits of some nineteenth-century Americans7438ocn000611501book19360.56Poage, George RawlingsHenry Clay and the Whig Party69722ocn001654194book18300.76Prentice, George DBiography of Henry ClayBiography67528ocn002004027book18550.66Baldwin, Joseph GParty leaders : sketches of Thomas Jefferson, Alex'r Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, John Randolph of Roanoke, including notices of many other distinguished American statesmenBiography+-+08388628966574ocn000663877book19370.50Mayo, BernardHenry ClayBiography+-+8405568635324+-+8405568635324Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch85260