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Copperhead conspiracy in the Northwest. An exposé of the treasonable Order of the "sons of liberty". Vallandigham, supreme commander.

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Published by Printed by the Union Congressional Committee in [Washington?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sons of Liberty,
  • Campaign literature, 1864 -- Republican

Book details:

Edition Notes

Series[Republican congressional committee, 1863-1865. Publications. Campaign of 1864. no. 15]
ContributionsYA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE458.8 .C78
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6914272M
LC Control Number02006952
OCLC/WorldCa4756574

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Copperhead conspiracy in the Northwest. An exposé of the treasonable Order of the "sons of liberty". Vallandigham, supreme commander. by YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) DLC. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it  › eBooks › Back to eBooks. Copperhead conspiracy in the Northwest. An exposé of the treasonable Order of the "sons of liberty". Vallandigham, supreme commander Item Preview Copperhead conspiracy in the North-West; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Sons of Liberty (), Knights of the Golden Circle, Campaign literature, , Republican, Copperhead movement   The American Civil War had been ravaging the United States for three years in , and there was already widespread opposition to it, much of it in the Old Northwest, the area compromising of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. It had much sympathy for the Sons of Liberty- a pro-Confederate organization operating in ?topic=

  In , rumors, which many Republican editors believed and circulated, alleged that a Copperhead conspiracy proposed to detach states from the Northwest for the Confederate cause, or break open prisoner of war camps that held thousands of ://   Directed by Ron Maxwell. With François Arnaud, Lucy Boynton, Casey Thomas Brown, Billy Campbell. An Upstate New York family is torn apart during the American Civil ://   Copperhead Road Best Song Eva Wrote but Love All Music New and Old. Music. Copperhead Road Can. Company. Book. Copperhead Wire Weaving. Local Business. Copperhead Woodworking. Furniture. Coppertone Conspiracy. Musician/Band. Coppertone Costa :// This plan has generally come down to us under the rubric “The Northwest Conspiracy“. The general idea was based on the fact that the Northeast was the hotbed of abolitionism and the driving engine politically behind the Northern war effort, but the Northwest (today’s Midwest) was

Copperhead conspiracy in the Northwest. An exposé of the treasonable Order of the "sons of liberty". Vallandigham, supreme commander. By. Abstract. 8 p Topics: Sons of Liberty., Campaign literature, Republican. Publisher: [Washington?] Printed by the Union Congressional Committee   The following documents were both published in New York and indicate the Copperheads’ prominence in that city. The Copperhead Catechism refers to Fernando Wood who was New York City’s mayor, and later, a congressman. Wood was an avowed Copperhead who, in , had urged the city to secede in order to maintain revenues from the cotton :// Security concerns to state officials included the southern border countries with Missouri and the state's vocal Copperhead minority. "Iowa's officialdom and its loyalist citizens consistently exaggerated both threats." 2. Operations from Canada a. Northwest Conspiracy. Bovey, Wilfrid. "Confederate Agents in Canada during the American Civil War."   Delores Archaimbault and Terry A. Barnhart. Copperhead was a pejorative epithet applied to Northern members of the Democratic party, also known as Peace Democrats, who criticized the presidential administration of Abraham Lincoln for its war policies and who sought an armistice with the Confederacy. A loosely-affiliated group, the Copperheads expressed their views on the war in the