Jacksonian Democracy in Mississippi

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CONTENTS
PREFACEv
CHAPTER
I. "THE HOG ROUND FOR OLD HICKRY"3
II. A STATE DIVIDED18
III. WHOLE HOGS, HALF HOGS, AND ARISTOCRATS33
IV. A SENATOR OF LOFTY BEARING44
V. A NATION DIVIDING55
VI. MR. BIDDLE'S BANK70
VII. THE JACKSON STAR87
VIII. AN ANGRY AND EMBITTERED CONTEST102
IX. FLUSH TIMES117
X. HARD TIMES130
XI. THE BARGAIN OF 1839146
XII. A LAST LOOK160
BIBLIOGRAPHY172
INDEX187

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I - "The Hog Round for Old Hickry" 3
  • Chapter II - A State Divided 18
  • Chapter III - Whole Hogs, Half Hogs, and Aristocrats 33
  • Chapter IV - A Senator of Lofty Bearing 44
  • Chapter V - A Nation Dividing 55
  • Chapter VI - Mr. Biddle's Bank 70
  • Chapter VII - The Jackson Star 87
  • Chapter VIII - An Angry and Embittered Contest 102
  • Chapter IX - Flush Times 117
  • Chapter X - Hard Times 130
  • Chapter XI - The Bargain of 1839 146
  • Chapter XII - A Last Look 160
  • Bibliography 172
  • Index 187
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