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|Creator:||Quitman, John Anthony, 1798-1858|
|Title:||John Quitman letter, 1850 October 2|
Letter from Governor John Quitman, Jackson, Miss., to Samuel Cartwright, New Orleans, advocating secession and militant states' rights, refuting Daniel Webster's speech on California (in relation to the Compromise of 1850), and commenting unfavorably on the president's remarks about Texas.
|Subjects:||Cartwright, Samuel A. (Samuel Adolphus), 1793-1863 | Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 | Compromise of 1850 | Secession--Southern States | Texas--Politics and government--1846-1865 | United States--Politics and government--1849-1853 | politics and elections, southern identity | secession|
|Collection:||Civil War: Context & Conflict|
|Institution:||LSU Libraries Special Collections|
|Contributors:||LSU Libraries. Special Collections|
Samuel A. Cartwright and Family Papers, Mss. 2471, 2499
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Samuel A. Cartwright and Family Papers, Mss. 2471, 2499, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.
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