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* Sumner, William Hyslop, An Inquiry Into the Importance of the Militia to a Free Commonwealth: In a Letter from William H. Sumner ... to John Adams, Late President of the United States ; with His Answer, Cummings and Hilliard, Boston, 1823
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Sumner and William
Herbert Spencer in Britain and William Graham Sumner were the leading neo-classical liberal theorists of the 19th century.
Frederick Douglass, William Garrison, Horace Greeley, Harriet Stowe, William Seward, Gerrit Smith, Charles Sumner, Theodore Parker, and Cassius Clay used the term caste, rather than race or class, in their writings and speeches to discuss and inspire America to abolish slavery.
The term ethnocentrism was coined by William G. Sumner, upon observing the tendency for people to differentiate between the in-group and others.
Charles Darwin's theory of evolution was appealing to some economists, sociologists and political scientists ( most notably Walter Bagehot and William Graham Sumner ) who adapted and rationalized the invisible hand by incorporating the popular idea of the survival of the fittest.
Douglas remained the main advocate for the bill while Chase, William Seward of New York and Charles Sumner of Massachusetts led the opposition.
William Graham Sumner, an early U. S. sociologist, recognized that some norms are more important to our lives than others.
Although Herder focused on the positive value of cultural variety, the sociologist William Graham Sumner called attention to the fact that one's culture can limit one's perceptions.
" He was a student of philosopher Noah Porter ( 1811 – 1892 ) and economist / sociologist William Graham Sumner ( 1840 – 1910 ).
* The Sumner method, a way of finding a ship's location at sea ; William Thomson ( Lord Kelvin ) calculated a set of tables for its ready application
Both " Left Grand Division " commander Maj. Gen. William B. Franklin, who vowed that he would not serve under Hooker, and II Corps commander Maj. Gen. Edwin Vose Sumner were relieved of command, on Burnside's recommendation, in the same order appointing Hooker to command.
Sumner and Hyslop
Sumner and Inquiry
Sumner was a friend of Samuel Gridley Howe and a guiding force for the American Freedmen's Inquiry Commission, started in 1863.
Sumner and Free
Instead, Sumner helped organize the Free Soil Party, which opposed both the Democrats and the Whigs, who had nominated Zachary Taylor, a slave-owning Southerner, for President.
He eventually participated in the evolution of the Liberty Party into the Free Soil Party, and some say his greatest political feat was convincing Charles Sumner to run on the Free-Soil ticket for the U. S. Senate in 1850.
Boutwell managed a powerful coalition of Democrats and Free Soilers, headed by Charles Sumner, that were able to defeat the established Whig Party.
He is primarily remembered for severely beating Senator Charles Sumner ( Free Soil-Massachusetts ), an abolitionist, with a cane on the floor of the United States Senate, on May 22, 1856.
Sumner and Commonwealth
In 1785 Sumner was chosen by the legislature to sit on a committee to revise the laws of the Commonwealth.
On June 2 Sumner rode from his home in Roxbury accompanied by 300 citizens on horseback to the State House in Boston, where the Secretary of the Commonwealth proclaimed his governorship from the eastern balcony.
Sumner and Letter
* Letter from Sumner to Abraham Lincoln, December 17, 1860, stating that he has permission to accompany Lincoln on his trip to Washington.
* Letter from Sumner to John G. Nicolay, January 20, 1861, stating that he will accompany Lincoln on his journey to Washington.
* Letter from Sumner to Abraham Lincoln, January 20, 1861, recommending Judge Edward Bates for Secretary of War.
* Letter from David Davis to Abraham Lincoln, March 6, 1861, recommending that Colonel Sumner be promoted.
* Letter from Sumner to Abraham Lincoln, January 10, 1863, seeking appointment to West Point for his grandson.
Sumner and from
Sir Henry Sumner Maine, a hundred years before Communism was a force to be reckoned with, wrote his brilliant legal generalization, that `` the progress of society is from status to contract ''.
Boston's Logan Airport lies across Boston Harbor in East Boston, and before the Big Dig the only access from downtown was through the paired Callahan and Sumner tunnels.
Furthermore, owing to entrenched opposition from Southern slave states, Haiti did not receive U. S. diplomatic recognition until 1862 ( after those states had seceded from the Union ) – largely through the efforts of anti-slavery senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts.
By the spring of 1864, 8, 000 Navajo men, women and children were forced to march or ride in wagons 300 miles ( 480 km ) from Fort Canby to Fort Sumner, New Mexico.
Between 1977 and 1980, Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, and Bernard Sumner were members of the post-punk band Joy Division, often featuring heavy production input from producer Martin Hannett.
It starred Dustin Hoffman as David Sumner, a timid American mathematician ( his wife at one point attempts to erase Einstein's field equations from his blackboard ) who leaves the chaos of college anti-war protests to live with his young wife Amy ( Susan George ) in her native village in Cornwall, England.
Several fierce advocates of equal rights, such as Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner, abstained from voting because the amendment did not prohibit devices which states might use to restrict black suffrage, such as literacy tests and poll taxes.
In 1937 catalase from beef liver was crystallised by James B. Sumner and Alexander Dounce and the molecular weight was worked out in 1938.
When General Sumner refused to allow the Army's Gatling Gun Detachment-which had priority-to disembark from the transport Cherokee on the grounds that the lieutenant commanding the Detachment did not have the rank to enforce his priority, Shafter had to personally intervene, returning to the ship in a steam launch to enforce his demand that the guns come off immediately.
That source apparently was Konstantin Umansky, the Soviet ambassador to the US, who had deduced the leak based upon communications from Sumner Welles.
In the same year, much of the eastern portion of the county was removed from its jurisdiction and incorporated with territory taken from Sumner County to form Robertson County.
( The figure commonly given, 87 ° 47 ', is based upon Bartlett's slight miscomputation of the distance of a single Sumner line from the pole.
Brown's daughter Linda, a third grader, had to walk six blocks to her school bus stop to ride to Monroe Elementary, her segregated black school one mile ( 1. 6 km ) away, while Sumner Elementary, a white school, was seven blocks from her house.
It was named in honor of Charles Sumner, a U. S. Senator from Massachusetts ( 1811 – 1874 ), who was a strong advocate of Kansas becoming a free state.
Brooks County was created 11 December 1858 from portions of Lowndes and Thomas counties by an act of the Georgia General Assembly named in honor of Preston Brooks, famous and acclaimed throughout the South for having beaten to unconsciousness, Senator Charles Sumner in 1856 in Congress.
Named after former New Mexico military governor Edwin Vose Sumner, Fort Sumner was a military fort charged with the internment of nearby Navajo and Mescalero Apache populations from 1863 to 1868.