Know-Nothing Party in the south.

  • 322 Pages
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  • English
Louisiana State University Press , [Baton Rouge]
American Party. Southern States., Southern States -- Politics and government -- 1775-


Southern S

LC ClassificationsF213 .O84
The Physical Object
Pagination vi, 322 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6087660M
LC Control Number51002341

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At its height in the s, the Know Nothing party, originally called the American Party, included more than elected congressmen, eight governors, a controlling share of half-a Author: Lorraine Boissoneault. The American Party, better known as the Know-Nothings, was a reflection of the troubled times confronting the young United States.

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The nation faced growing conflict over slavery and westward. Start studying Ch. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. If you’re a student of history, you might be comparing that person to a member of the Know Nothing party of the s, a bigoted, xenophobic, anti-immigrant group that.

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When they claimed to "know nothing" of the group, they were pilloried as the "Know Nothing" party – a name that would long survive the entity itself.

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At he made his acting debut. In the s, he joined the Know-Nothing : The Know Nothing Party. 1, likes 2, talking about this. The Party chock full of ignurnt Liberturdians, Teaturdians, and ers: K. Niall O’Dowd, founder of the Irish Voice newspaper, Irish America magazine and the Irish Central Web site, was feted at a book party for his latest tome, “Lincoln and the Irish,” at a party.

The Know Nothing Party had essentially dissipated by It emerged in the s after the Whig party collapsed in the wake of Bleeding Kansas, and its main cause was espousing anti-immigrant.