4 edition of James Moore Wayne, Southern unionist found in the catalog.
James Moore Wayne, Southern unionist
Alexander A. Lawrence
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Alexander A. Lawrence.|
|LC Classifications||E340.W3 L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 250 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||43015290|
Unionists found themselves living in a new nation, the Confederacy, to which they chose not to give their allegiance. While their numbers in Georgia (or in any other southern state) are uncertain, much about Unionist presence and activity in . The Burlington Court Book: A Record of Quaker Jurisprudence in West New Jersey, by H. Clay Reed, George J. Miller (pp. ) James Moore Wayne: Southern Unionist by Alexander A. Lawrence; Edward Douglas White by Marie .
His first, James Moore Wayne, Southern Unionist (), was a biography of a Savannahian who served on the U.S. Supreme Court from but refused to join in secession in His most popular work, Storm Over Savannah (; rev. . This book is a slightly update version of a dissertation written in fulfillment of a Ph.D. degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. Spring Branch Book House is the publishing ministry of Spring Branch Academy, a local and online teaching ministry, offering classes, conferences, and publications that.
Jon L. Wakelyn unites the voices of these southern unionists in the first comprehensive collection of their written arguments - Southern Unionist Pamphlets and the Civil War." "Students, scholars, and general readers alike will find this volume an invaluable resource for Civil War studies."- . Contents [hide] 1 Description Baggett study 2 History 3 Prominent Southern Unionists 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 7 External links Description The term Southern Unionist, and its variations, incorporate a spectrum of beliefs and actions.
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Southern aristocrat, mayor of Savannah, congressman for three terms, justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, James Moore Wayne made love of the federal union the governing principle of his political and judicial career.
Here is shown the impact of this southern unionist upon the Supreme Court during the critical period from to /5(1).
Alexander A. Lawrence, James Moore Wayne: Southern Unionist (Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, ). Sandra Day O'Connor, "Supreme Court Justices from Georgia," Georgia Journal of Southern Legal History 1 (fall-winter ): Several avenues are available for members of the UVA community needing Library resources, including HathiTrust's newly-released trove of copyrighted digital material, open educational resources, online journals, databases, and e-books.
A letter from Daniel Webster to James M. Wayne Southern unionist book on May 8, In the letter, Webster writes that he Is pleased with the proceedings planned for his arrival in Savannah.
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library Durham, NC Lawrence, Alexander A. James Moore Wayne, Southern Unionist. Chapel Hill: University of North. Correspondence consisting of a letter from James Moore Wayne to Dr. Raymond Harris concerning sickness in his "Negro Southern unionist book legal affairs, and states' rights; a personal letter of Wayne's nephew Clifford; and a letter from Hugh Swinton Legaré inquiring about the location of some invoices used in the case of Wood v.
U.S. Southern Unionist; JAMES MOORE WAYNE: Southern Unionist. By Alexander A. Lawrence. Illustrated with photographs. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Baggett claimed that each activist's score was roughly proportional to the probability that the activist was a Southern Unionist.
Baggett further investigated the lives of those Southern Unionists before, during, and after the war, with respect to birthplace, occupation, value of estate, slave ownership, education, party activity, stand on secession, war politics, and postwar politics.
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Huebner. “OUR GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT”: JAMES MOORE WAYNE AND GEORGIA UNIONISM. JOEL C. MCMAHON. Under the Direction of Dr. Wendy H. Venet. ABSTRACT. Since the Civil War, historians have tried to understand why eleven southern states seceded from the Union to form a new nation, the Confederate States of America.
Wayne, James Moore: As an associate justice, James Moore Wayne served on the U.S. Supreme Court from to Wayne rose to prominence in his native Georgia in the early s, establishing himself as a local politician with cosmopolitan views. Nominated to the Court by President Andrew Jackson, he shared the president's strong.
James Moore Wayne: Southern Unionist Southern aristocrat, mayor of Savannah, congressman for three terms, justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, James Moore Wayne made love of the federal union the governing principle of his political and judicial : James Moore Wayne: Southern Unionist Southern aristocrat, mayor of Savannah, congressman for three terms, justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, James Moore Wayne made love of the federal union the governing principle of his political and judicial : The University of North Carolina Press.
JAMES MOORE WAYNE-SOUTHERN UNIONIST. that the vote of Mr. Justice James Moore Wayne, of Georgia, was the deciding factor in the case. "Mr. Justice Wayne," said"was severely and unjustly criticized for remaining on the Bench of the Supreme Court after his native State of Georgia had seceded from the Union.
Wayne voted to uphold President Abraham Lincoln's declaration of a naval blockade of Southern ports during the war, in the Prize Cases (), but after the war, he voted in Cummings v. Missouri () and Ex parte Garland () to strike down the test oaths.
Bibliography Alexander A. Lawrence, James Moore Wayne, Southern Unionist (). Author: David Williams. Title: Southern Unionism. Between andthe South was torn apart by a violent inner civil war, as significant to the.
James Moore Wayne-Southern Union-ist Waldman: Labor Lawyer, a book note Bowen: Yankee from Olympus, a book review LEGAL PHILOSOPHY See Jurisprudence Chief Justice White and' Administrative, Law James Moore Wayne-Southern Union-ist Judicial process in the Supreme Court United States Supreme Court Justice James Moore Wayne is the most famous Georgian nobody knows.
When his home state seceded from the Union inWayne retained his seat on the US Supreme Court and remained loyal to the Union as the nation lunged headlong into war.
The plight of Justice Wayne is a captivating story, the details of which are found in Alexander A. Lawrence’s biography (James Moore Wayne: Southern Unionist ), yet left out of this volume. Justice Wayne was a native of Savannah, Georgia, who had served the Court for over a quarter century when his state seceded.James Moore.
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$Abel Upshur’s political career began and ended with Princeton: inhe was booted from the college for leading a student rebellion; inhe was killed in an explosion aboard the U.S.S. Princeton. In the years between, Upshur was one the most influential pro-slavery statesmen in the antebellum United States.