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The U.S. Congress; men who steered its course, 1787-1867 [by] Marjorie G. Fribourg.

Philadelphia, M. Smith Company [1972] .
ISBN 0825534100, 9780825534102

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Subjects United States. Congress -- History.
United States. Congress.
Description xiii, 280 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 265-272).
Summary The history of the U.S. Congress from its inception to the end of the Civil War is presented through the writings of its members.
Contents pt. 1 Designing the Congress of the United States -- part 2 The Men Who Put the Plan Into Action -- part 3 Leadership and Disorder -- part 4 The Henry Clay Generation Organizes -- part 5 The Jacksonians and Their Rivals -- part 6 John Quincy Adams and the Congress -- part 7 War and the Congress.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)281309
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WorldCat Identities Fribourg, Marjorie G.
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