3 edition of De Witt Clinton and the American political economy found in the catalog.
De Witt Clinton and the American political economy
Steven E. Siry
Includes bibliographical references (p. 339-365) and index.
|Statement||Steven E. Siry.|
|Series||American university studies., v. 35|
|LC Classifications||F123.C645 S58 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 376 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||88028971|
In DeWitt Clinton graduated at the head of his class from Columbia. A few years later he began a political career as private secretary to his uncle George Clinton. DeWitt's career progressed through a short term in the State Assembly, a state senatorship, and eventually to the mayoralty of New York City. Get this from a library! The birth of empire: DeWitt Clinton and the American experience, [Evan Cornog] -- DeWitt Clinton () was one of the nation's strongest political leaders in the first quarter of the nineteenth century, serving as mayor .
6th Governor, - , - Febru De Witt Clinton (–) is known as the “Father of the Erie Canal” for his leadership in building one of the world’s engineering marvels of the time. Initially mocked as “Clinton’s Ditch,” the Canal proved to be a monumental success, connecting Lake Erie to the Hudson River and creating a profitable maritime route from New York Harbor to the . DeWitt Clinton was born on March 2, , in New Windsor, Orange County, New York, the son of James Clinton (), a veteran of the French and Indian War and a Continental Army General of the American Revolution, and Mary DeWitt (), a .
collected by DeWitt Clinton. The library also holds two books on DeWitt Clinton, DeWitt Clinton and the American political economy: sectionalism, politics, and Republican ideology, by Steven Edwin Siry and The birth of empire: DeWitt Clinton and the American experience, by Evan Cornog. Additional material. David I. Spanagel explores the origins of American geology and the culture that promoted it in nineteenth-century New York. Focusing on Amos Eaton, the educator and amateur scientist who founded the Rensselaer School, and DeWitt Clinton, the masterful politician who led the movement for the Erie Canal, Spanagel shows how a cluster of assumptions about the peculiar landscape and .
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Thanks to Evan Cornog's study, "The Birth of Empire: DeWitt Clinton and the American Experience, " the many triumphs of Clinton's career are given the national and historic scope they deserve. NOTE: This is a study of Clinton's contributions to New York's and America's emergence as a world power, especially in terms of an economic by: 8.
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Read this book on Questia. DeWitt Clinton () was one of the nation's strongest political leaders in the first quarter of the nineteenth century, serving as mayor of New York City, governor of the state, and narrowly losing the Presidential race of to James Madison.
It was a project unlike anything the Empire State--or the United States--had seen before, and was only the most successful of Clinton's many efforts to implement his view that government should play an active role in the economic and intellectual development of American society.
The Birth of Empire chronicles not only the life of an important political leader but the accomplishments that underlay his. See all books authored by Dewitt Clinton, including An Account of Abimelech Coody: And Other Celebrated Writers of New-York in a Letter from a Traveller, to His Friend in South Carolina (Classic Reprint), and A Discourse Delivered Before the American Academy of the Arts: 23d October,and more on De Witt Clinton and the Rise of the People's Men Book Description: The authors not only provide an in-depth analysis of the interplay of interests and ideology behind the People's movement but also establish relationships between the emergent political culture that bolstered that movement and the Whig and Democratic parties of the later second.
DeWitt Clinton is most widely remembered (and here quite highly praised) for his zeal in supervising the construction of the Buffalo-to-Erie canal. United States Senator, Mayor of New York City, Governor of New York State, he retained his position with the Canal Commission until opponents forced him out.
I sold some copies of my book In DeWitt’s Footsteps and started sketching plans for the family to travel in the Buffalo Maritime Center’s soon-to-be-constructed replica of Gov.
Clinton’s. In Hillary’s America, D’Souza reveals the sordid truth about Hillary and the secret history of the Democratic Party, including: how Democrats transitioned from pro-slavery to pro-enslavement; the long-standing Democratic political war against women; how Hillary Clinton’s political mentor was, literally, a cold-blooded gangster; how the.
DeWitt Clinton, (born March 2,Little Britain, N.Y. [U.S.]—died Feb. 11,Albany, N.Y., U.S.), American political leader who promulgated the idea of the Erie Canal, which connects the Hudson River to the Great Lakes. DeWitt Clinton was the nephew of Governor George Clinton of New York.A Republican (Jeffersonian) attorney, he served as state senator (–, –11), U.S.
DeWitt Clinton () dominated the politics of New York State during the first quarter of the nineteenth century, serving as mayor of New York City and then governor of the state. At the same time, he was influential on the national scene, running for president in and only narrowly Pages: Try the new Google Books.
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DeWitt Clinton, William W. Campbell Full view - The Life and Writings of De Witt ClintonReviews: 1. The most relevant part of this book, and the one I enjoyed the most, was his journal De Witt Clinton was quite a character.
He served the state of New York as its governor and New York City as its mayor, among other lofty offices held during his career.5/5(1). The DeWitt Clinton Chorus performed songs in the production, Finding Forrester. A book has been written about the school: Pelisson, Gerard J., and James A.
Garvey III (). The Castle on the Parkway: The Story of New York City's DeWitt Clinton High School and Its Extraordinary Influence on American Life.
Hutch Press. Dewitt Clinton Poole Jr., An American diplomat and educator who was also a spymaster during the Russian Bolshevik revolution of and an expert in anti-communist propaganda and psychological and political warfare. Read this book on Questia. The authors not only provide an in-depth analysis of the interplay of interests and ideology behind the People's movement but also establish relationships between the emergent political culture that bolstered that movement and the Whig and Democratic parties of.
Author of An account of Abimelech Coody and other celebrated writers of New York, An introductory discourse, The life and writings of De Witt Clinton, The Republican crisis, or, An exposition of the political Jesuitism of James Madison., Remarks on the proposed canal, from Lake Erie to the Hudson River, Letters of Governor Clinton, and of Colonel L.
Baldwin., Eleven Wisconsin Poets, Mr. De Witt Clinton and the Origin of the Spoils System in New York. Reprint. New York: AMS Press, Renwick, James. Life of De Witt Clinton. New York: Harper & Brothers, Siry, Steven E.
De Witt Clinton and the American Political Economy: Sectionalism, Politics, and Republican Ideology, New York: Peter Lang.
Address on Monitorial Education Governor DeWitt Clinton () In casting a view over the civilized world, we find an universal accordance in opinion on the benefits of education, but the practical exposition of this opinion exhibits a deplorable contrast.(–).
American political leader DeWitt Clinton was instrumental in the creation of the Erie Canal, which connects the Hudson River in New York to the Great Lakes. The first east-west water trade link, the Erie Canal encouraged westward expansion and enhanced New York’s economic growth.In this centennial year of the Bolshevik Revolution, here is intriguing reading on political and cultural facets of the revolutionary era ().
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