3 edition of Message of Governor A.B. Moore, to the Senate of Alabama, January 14, 1861 found in the catalog.
Message of Governor A.B. Moore, to the Senate of Alabama, January 14, 1861
Alabama. Governor (1857-1861 : Moore)
|Series||Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 32, no. 1471|
|Contributions||Moore, A. B. 1807-1873, Alabama. General Assembly. Senate|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Get this from a library. Message of Governor A.B. Moore, to the Senate of Alabama, Janu [Andrew Barry Moore; Alabama. Governor ( Moore); Alabama. General Assembly. Senate.]. Alabama was admitted to the Union on Decem It seceded from the Union on Januand was a founding member of the Confederate States of America on February 4, Following the end of the American Civil War, Alabama during Reconstruction was part of the Third Military District, which exerted some control over governor appointments and nce: Alabama Governor's Mansion.
That is a letter to the legislature dated The problem is that despite Moore claim about seceding peacefully Alabama instead chose to seize the property of the Union. January 4, Alabama seizes U.S. arsenal at Mount Vernon. January 5, Alabama seizes Forts Morgan and Gaines.
Janu Alabama secedes. Andrew B. Moore () was Alabama's governor from He is remembered in the state's history as the governor who took Alabama out of the Union.
Ironically, however, he was elected as the Message of Governor A.B. Moore, non-secessionist choice of Alabama son of a Revolutionary War and War of veteran, Moore was six feet tall, well built, with sharp facial features.
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Governor:The Inaugural Address Of Governor A.B. Moore To The General Assembly Of The State Of Alabama: Delivered. Kay Ellen Ivey (born Octo ) is an 1861 book politician serving as the 54th governor of Alabama since A member of the Republican Party, she was the 38th Alabama State Treasurer from to and the 30th lieutenant governor of Alabama from to Education: Auburn University (BA).
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, Montgomery, Nov. 14, GENTLEMEN: I have received your letter of the 12 th inst., asking for my construction of "the Joint Resolutions of our last Legislature, for the call of the Convention of the people of the State." You particularly desire to know when I consider myself authorized to issue my Proclamation for the call of a Convention—"whether upon the election.
MOORE. The following is a copy of the Proclamation issued by the Governor: PROCLAMATION. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 6, WHEREAS, the following Joint Resolutions were passed at the last session of the General Assembly of the State of Alabama, to-wit.
Alabama Governor Andrew B. Moore makes it clear that Decemwill be the day for election of delegates to a secession convention, and the convention was to. December- In response to Louisiana Governor Thomas O. Moore's request, the Louisiana legislature met in Baton Rouge and two days later, on Decempassed a bill setting January 7,as the day to elect delegates, and Januas the date of a secession convention to be held in Baton Rouge.
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Sam Houston served as governor from Decemto Ma These records mainly document Governor Houston's term in office. Types of records are correspondence, petitions from citizens of various counties, memorandums, proclamations, broadsides, resolutions, requisitions.
Filed under: Confederate States of America -- Politics and government -- Speech of Mr. Johnson of Arkansas, in the C. Senate, February 9th,on the bill to limit and define the terms of office of the principal officers or heads of departments.
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December 1, " See other formats. John Murphy ( – Septem ) was the fourth Governor of the U.S. state of Alabama, serving two terms from to Murphy was born in in Robeson County, North Carolina. He attended South Carolina College, now the University of South Carolina, where he was a member of the Clariosophic Society.Children: Duncan Witten Murphy.
"To Preserve African Slavery": The Secession Commissioners to Texas, "To Preserve African Slavery": The Secession Commissioners to Texas, Hamilton, Matthew K. Article By Matthew K. Hamilton* uring the secession crisis in late and earlyfive states of the lower South appointed commissioners to travel to the other slave states with the.
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15, / by T.V. Moore. (Richmond: W.H. Text for H.R - th Congress (): Bipartisan Budget Act of Message to Congress in Special Session, Abraham Lincoln, / 41; Message to Congress on Gradual Abolishment of Slavery, Abraham Lincoln, / 51 Edition: current; Page: [xii] Message to the Congress of Confederate States, Jefferson Davis, / 57; Mississippi Declaration of Causes of Secession, / 14; Mississippi Ordinance of.To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website.