Re: [civilwarwest] Re: Interesting article on CW
- According to Carl Sandburg's biography, Lincoln wanted
Nevada admitted as a state because its voters were
staunchly republican and Lincoln could count on the
state of Nevada ratifying an amendment to the
Constitution outlawing slavery.
The traditional story, taught in school, was that
statehood would give Nevada closer ties to Washington
and the Union. The real story is actually more
interesting, give a view of Lincoln the politician.
To admit Nevada, Lincoln traded favors (through
Charles Dana) to 3 Congressmen. Each got control of a
--- Will <wh_keene@...> wrote:
> --- In civilwarwest@y..., "Henry Sibley"__________________________________________________
> <henry_sibley@y...> wrote:
> > --- In civilwarwest@y..., herpvetminson@a...
> > > I
> > > presume that's what Sibley was trying to
> > >
> > > Comments anyone?
> > Sibley's expedition was offensive in nature, not a
> > hoped to conquer the Arizona Territory and get to
> California, where
> > was hoped that the numerous Southern sympathizers
> would help bring
> > state under Confederate control.
> Great hearing it from Sibley himself! [any
> I believe that upon capturing Tuscon, a declaration
> was made claiming
> Arizona as a CSA Territory.
> I have a more general question regarding Billie's
> --- In civilwarwest@y..., "Billie" <wmhiram@y...>
> >...Nevada was made a state in order that their
> > wealth would not go anywhere but into the US
> What does statehood have to do with the flow of
> mineral wealth? Would
> not the mineral wealth flow to the US treasury just
> as easily, if not
> more so, if Nevada was a territory?
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- A good reason why any published OR quotation needs to be cross checked
against the hard bound!
Guild Press is excellent at accepting typos found in their CD. Send them
Guild Press has done a fantastic job in catching typos, although a few
slipped through. When cross-checked, I find that they were in cases
where the original was printed lightly or blurred.
BTW, I am always amazed at how few typos there are in the original ORs!
Boy, those folk had great spell-checkers on their typesetters!
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Northglenn, CO 80234-3612
From: Will [mailto:wh_keene@...]
Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 11:07 AM
Subject: [civilwarwest] Re: Sometimer's disease
In this instance I had just cut and pasted the text from the ORs at
www.ehistory.com I have found at other times that there are typos
in their text. I think the material there is scanned in and it is
likel that the optic reader misread things such as an 'r' and a 'v'
as an 'n'.
--- In civilwarwest@y..., "carlw4514" <carlw4514@y...> wrote:
> I got a kick out of this typo. Servile for senile, methinks?
> Otherwise I think I might have been marched to the gallows had I
> in those days!
> --- In civilwarwest@y..., "Will" <wh_keene@y...> wrote:
> [...] shall be
> > deemed as inciting senile insurrection, and shall if captured be
> > to death or be otherwise punished at the discretion of the
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