The Know-Nothing Party in the South, by W. Darrell Overdyke.
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American Party. Southern States.
Southern States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865.
vi, 322 pages facsimiles 22 cm
"Bibliographical notes": pages 301-309.
Southern Nativism, 1800-1854 -- Conditions favorable to Nativism in the South, 1850-1860 -- Origin and ritual of the National Party -- The Whigs make way for the Americans -- Formation, initial successes, and growth in 1854 -- State organization and Southern strategy, 1855-1856 -- Local issues, victories and responsibilities, 1855-1857 -- The Campaign of 1856 -- Southern Americans in Congress, 1854-1858 -- American Party Press and typical propaganda -- Southern Americans and slavery -- The Party organized religious faiths -- Bloodshed and violence -- Rapid Decline, 1857 -- Dying efforts of the American Party in the South.
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