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Know-nothingism in Baltimore, 1854-1860

Benjamin Tuska

Know-nothingism in Baltimore, 1854-1860

by Benjamin Tuska

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Published in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American Party -- Maryland -- Baltimore,
  • Baltimore (Md.) -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Benjamin Tuska
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16829838M
    LC Control Number31000548

    Collection Title: William H. Wills Papers, (bulk ) This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held in the Wilson Library at . "Know-Nothingism Know Nothing (6, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article Violent Career of Baltimore's Plug Uglies, –

    Définitions de know nothing republican, synonymes, antonymes, dérivés de know nothing republican, dictionnaire analogique de know nothing republican (anglais). Biography / History W. Clement Eaton, University of Kentucky professor of history from to , was born on Febru , the son of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Mayor, O.B. Eaton, and the brother of poet Charles Edward Eaton.

    Hanging Henry Gambrill: The Violent Career of Baltimore's Plug Uglies, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society (). Mulkern, John R. The Know-Nothing Party in Massachusetts: The Rise and Fall of a People's Movement. Boston: Northeastern UP, excerpt "Nathaniel P. Banks." National Archives and Records Administration. Ed. Upon her table was much silver 60 marked with her coronet and initials, and beside these was a rosewood book rack containing half a dozen volumes—a Bible, a "Treatise on Practical Religion," "The Mount of Olivet," "Paradise of the Christian Soul," "The Christian Year," "Child's Catechism," "Life of Dean Ramsey." These were the pure waters.


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Get this from a library. Know-nothingism in Baltimore. [Benjamin Tuska]. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tuska, Benjamin, Know-nothingism in Baltimore, New York, [?] (DLC)ca (OCoLC) Know-nothingism in Baltimore, by Tuska, Benjamin, Publication date Topics American Party.

Maryland -- Baltimore. Baltimore (Md.) -- Politics and government. Publisher New York, Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections Contributor dudeman KNOW-NOTHINGISM IN BALTIMORE Just when Baltimore gained the name "mob-town" is not clear. The attack upon the Massachusetts regiment at the be.

ginning of the Civil War was the dramatic culmination of a riotous spirit that for a long period had been remarked. Much of the lawlessness was due to the lack of proper or. The Know Nothing, formally known as the Native American Party and the American Party from onwards, was a far-right nativist political party and movement in the United States which operated nationwide in the mids.

It was primarily an anti-Catholic, anti-immigration, and xenophobic movement, originally starting as a secret Know Nothing movement also briefly emerged Ideology: American nationalism, Anti. Hanging Henry Gambrill: The Violent Career of Plug Uglies de Baltimore, – () NEVINS, Allan.

Ordeal of the Union: A House Dividing, – () DARRELL, Overdyke. The Know-Nothing Party in the South () online; VOSS-HUBBARD, Mark. Tuska, Benjamin. “Know-Nothingism Know-nothingism in Baltimore Baltimore, ” Catholic Historical Review 11 (): The Ukranians of Maryland. Baltimore: Ukranian Education Association of Maryland, Inc., n.d.

Author?– Paul Fenchak. Vill, Martha J. “Building Enterprise in Late Nineteenth Century Baltimore. Filed under: Baltimore (Md.) -- Politics and government. Know-Nothingism in Baltimore, (ca.

), by Benjamin Tuska. multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust; Filed under: African Americans -- Maryland -- Baltimore. Work of the Colored Law and Order League, Baltimore, Md. (ca. ), by James H. Waring (page. Souvenir guide book issued complimentary to the American medical association at its forty sixth annual meeting, Baltimore, May, under authority of the Committee of arrangements.

(Baltimore, Press of the Friedenwald co., []), by Ferdinand King (page images at HathiTrust). Vol. 11, No. 2, Jul., Published by: Catholic University of America Press. It publishes four issues per year containing articles, review articles, book reviews, and lists of books received in all areas of church history.

Coverage: Know-Nothingism in Baltimore Know-Nothingism in Baltimore (pp. Thomas Swann at the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress; History of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (Google eBook)John F. Stover, Purdue University Press,ISBN = Benjamin Tuska, "Know-Nothingism in Baltimore ", The Catholic Historical Review', Vol.

11, No. 2 (Jul., ), pp. – Thomas Swann (February 3, – J ) was an American politician. Initially a Know-Nothing, and later a Democrat, he served as the 19th Mayor of Baltimore (–), later as the 33rd Governor of Maryland (–), and subsequently as U.S. Representative ("Congressman") from Maryland's 3rd congressional district and then.

Thomas Swann (February 3, – J ) was an American lly a Know-Nothing, and later a Democrat, he served as the 19th Mayor of Baltimore (–), later as the 33rd Governor of Maryland (–), and subsequently as U.S. Representative ("Congressman") from Maryland's 3rd congressional district and then 4th congressional district (– Alma mater: The George Washington University.

The Virginia election of May proved conclusively, however, that Know Nothingism was no stronger against the Democrats than was the Whig party it had absorbed; it was the same organization under a new name. In the North it was even clearer that slavery must be faced. Know-nothing: lt;p|>||||| | ||||Native American Party (–)|American Party (–)||||| || | |Citizen World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of.

The Know Nothing was a movement by the nativist American political faction of the s, characterized by political xenophobia, anti-Catholic sentiment, and occasional bouts of violence against the groups the nativists was empowered by popular fears that the country was being overwhelmed by German and Irish Catholic immigrants, who were often regarded as hostile to republican.

Online version; also online at ACLS History e-Book, the standard scholarly study; Baum, Dale. "Know-Nothingism and the Republican Majority in Massachusetts: The Political Realignment of the s." Journal of American History 64 (–78): **also in The Civil War Party System: The Case of Massachusetts, – () online.

Full text of "Maryland Historical Magazine Spring " See other formats. The Know Nothing, formally known as the Native American Party and the American Party from onwards, was a far-right nativist political party and movement in the United States which operated nationwide in the mids.

It was primarily an anti-Catholic, anti-immigration, and xenophobic movement, originally starting as a secret Know Nothing movement also briefly emerged.

Hanging Henry Gambrill: The Violent Career of Baltimore's Plug Uglies, – () Nevins, Allan. Ordeal of the Union: A House Dividing, – (), overal political survey of era; Overdyke, W.

Darrell. The Know-Nothing Party in the South () online; Voss-Hubbard, Mark. Weekly conservative. (Aberdeen, Miss.)JImage 2, brought to you by Mississippi Department of Archives and History, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.96 Benjamin Tuska, “Know-Nothingism in Baltimore –,” Catholic Historical Review (): 97 Star, June 3,quoted in Barry, “The Know Nothing Party,” 98 Sylvester, District of Columbia Police, Other name: Native American Party American Party: First Leader: Lewis Charles Levin: Founded: (): Dissolved: (): Preceded by: Whig Party: Succeeded by: Constitutional Union Party.