By Robert V. Remini
To be had in paperback for the 1st time, those 3 volumes symbolize the definitive biography of Andrew Jackson. quantity One covers the function Jackson performed in America's territorial enlargement, bringing to lifestyles a posh personality who has usually been noticeable easily as a rough-hewn nation common. quantity strains Jackson's senatorial profession, his presidential campaigns, and his first management as President. The 3rd quantity covers Jackson's reelection to the presidency and the weighty matters with which he was once confronted: the nullification challenge, the tragic removing of the Indians past the Mississippi River, the mounting violence through the kingdom over slavery, and the tortuous efforts to win the annexation of Texas.
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19 This emerging discourse is at times conﬂicted and contradictory, partly because it is still in the process of formation. 3). A small log cabin situated on one of these islands presents a third view. Known as the Hunter’s Camp, this cabin and its nearby animal statuary represents an argument for the conservation of big game animals on wilderness preserves. 3 Wooded Isle seen from the roof of the Manufacturers Building. 19 Exhibiting wilderness at the fair in order to study the emerging discourse on wilderness and conservation at the end of the nineteenth century.
45 Exhibiting wilderness beginnings might end up, one day, as head of the country. In the cabin, the evolution of an entire society – from frontier to modernity – is recapitulated in the lifetime of one man. Be he Abraham Lincoln (and we ﬁnd such a cabin labeled as Lincoln’s birthplace on the Midway of the fair) or the willing primitive Theodore Roosevelt, the American myth holds out the possibility of such a trajectory. Yet unlike the European examples of national architecture, such as the English cottage and the Swiss chalet, the American log cabin, as it is represented in the Hunter’s Camp, is not a home for a family.
Planned as the quatercentenary of Columbus’s landing in the Americas, it was sponsored by Chicago businessmen. Its location in the westernmost metropolis of an expanding country charged it with the additional task of glorifying the transformation of nature into products. Facing the western prairies, linking the Great Lakes with the Mississippi, at the epicenter of the new rail networks, Chicago was the hub for processing and transporting stock, grain, lumber and minerals from the west to the markets in the east and abroad.
Andrew Jackson, Volume 3: The Course of American Democracy, 1833-1845 by Robert V. Remini