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" It is equally plain that the religious and political destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West... "
A Plea for the West - Sivu 11
tekijä(t) Lyman Beecher - 1835 - 190 sivua
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1894
...exerted by interstate migration and by organized societies. Speaking in 1835, Dr. Lymau Beecher declared: ''It is equally plain that the religious and political...destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West "is assembled from all the States of the Union and...

Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin at it ..., Niteet 39–44

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1892
...by interstate migration and by organized societies. Speaking in 1835, Dr. Lyman Beecher declared: " It is equally plain that the religious and political...destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West " is assembled from all the states of the Union,...

Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1894
...exerted by interstate migration and by organized societies. Speaking in 1S35, Dr. Lymau Beecher declared: '-It is equally plain that the religious and political...destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West, 7 ' and he pointed out that the population of the West "is assembled from all the States of the Union...

Proceedings [of The] Annual Business Meeting, Numerot 41–44

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1894
...by interstate migration and by organized societies. Speaking in 1835, Dr. Lyman Beecher declared: " It is equally plain that the religious and political...destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West " is assembled from all the states of the Union,...

The ... Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Niteet 1–5

Charles Alexander McMurry, Nelson Bollinger Henry - 1900
...by interstate migration and by organized societies. Speaking, in 1835, Dr. Lyman Beecher declared: "It is equally plain that the religious and political...destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West " is assembled from all the states of the Union...

Selected Readings in Economics

Charles Jesse Bullock - 1907 - 705 sivua
...migration and by organized societies. Speaking, in 1835, Dr. Lyman Beecher declared : " It is equalhr plain that the religious and political destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West " is assembled from all the states of the Union...

The Call of the Waters: A Study of the Frontier

Katharine Roney Crowell - 1908 - 155 sivua
...was an epitome of the previous factors in western advance. — Turner. " THE WEST " IN 1835 '' It is plain that the religious and political destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West. Its population is assembled from all the states of the Union and from all the nations of Europe, and...

Essays for College English

James Cloyd Bowman, Louis Ignatius Bredvold, LeRoy Bethuel Greenfield, Bruce Weirick - 1915 - 447 sivua
...by interstate migration and by organized societies. Speaking, in 1835, Dr. Ljflnan Beecher declared: "It is equally plain that the religious and political...destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West "is assembled from all the states of the Union and...

The Frontier in American History

Frederick Jackson Turner - 1920 - 375 sivua
...interstate migration and by organized societies. Speaking in ^ 1835, Dr. Ly man Beecher declared : " It is equally plain that the religious and political...destiny of our nation is to be decided in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West " is assembled from all the States of the Union...

The Frontier in American History

Frederick Jackson Turner - 1920 - 375 sivua
...and by organized societies. Speaking in 1835, Dr. Lyman Beecher declared: "It is equally plain thab the religious and political destiny of our nation is to be decided, in the West," and he pointed out that the population of the West " is assembled from all the States of the Union...




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