Lewis Cass and the Politics of Moderation

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INDEX
Abbot, Benjamin, 3, 60
Aberdeen, Lord, 109
Adams, Charles Francis, 193-94, 222-23
Adams, John Quincy, 31, 55-56, 63, 109-10, 115, 119
Alaska, 288
Alien, William, 145, 151, 154, 155, 157, 158; campaigns for Cass, 189, 227; mentioned, 188
Allison, John, 190, 219
American Fur Company, 32, 33
American Historical Society, 94
American party, 271-72, 179-80
American Quarterly Review, 94
American Temperance Society, 65
Ampudia, Pedro de, 157
Anderson, Alexander, 134
Anderson, Robert, 305
Antimasonic party, 61, 325n.43
Antimasonry, 6, 129
Appleton, John, 288
Archer, William, 149
Armstrong, John, 19
Ashburton, Lord, 112, 114, 117
Astor, John Jacob, 32, 195
Atchinson, David, 151, 273
Atherton, Charles, 163, 167
Atkinson, Henry, 54-55, 68-69
Atwater, Reuben, 24
Aux Canards River, 10-11
Backus, Matthew, 5
Bagley, John Judson, 282
Bagot, Charles, 31
Bancroft, George, 123-24, 83, 140, 158
Bank of Michigan, 22, 43, 104, 105
Bank of Monroe, 22
Barbour, James, 54-55
Barry, William, 59
Battle of the Thames. See Thames, Battle of the
Bebb, William, 227
Beecher, Henry Ward, 274
Benjamin, Judah P., 290
Bennett, James Gordon, 125
Benton, Thomas Hart, 64, 84, 126, 141, 160, 249; and Compromise of 1850, 247; and election of 1848, 191-92, 222; and Oregon boundary, 151-52, 153-54; mentioned, 60, 119, 188
Berrien, John, 163, 166
Biddle, Charles J., 126
Biddle, John, 56
Biddle, Nicholas, 59, 60, 80, 91-92
Bingham, Kingsley, 252, 269, 270
Bingham, Mary, 239-40
Birney, James G., 229
Black, Jeremiah, 258, 261, 305, 306
Black Hawk, 68
Black Hawk War, 68-70
Blair, Austin, 224
Blair, Francis P., 82, 119, 132, 191, 307

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