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history of the Loco-foco or Equal Rights Party

Fitzwilliam Byrdsall

history of the Loco-foco or Equal Rights Party

its movements, conventions, and proceedings, with short characteristic sketches of its prominent men.

by Fitzwilliam Byrdsall

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Published by B. Franklin in New York .
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  • Democratic Party

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLoco-foco or Equal Rights Party
    SeriesAmerican classics in history and social science -- no. 20, American classics in history and social science -- #20.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK2321 A6 B9 1967
    The Physical Object
    Pagination192p.
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17317600M

    Book Sets & Collections. Signed Books. Association Copies. General Signed Books. INCLUDING HIS EARLY HISTORY, WAR RECORD, PUB McClure, J. B. (Editor) 1st Edition. LIFE AND MILITARY CAREER OF WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK. HISTORY OF THE LOCO-FOCO OR EQUAL RIGHTS PARTY, ITS MOVEMENTS, CONVENTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS, WITH Byrdsall, F. Browse and buy a vast selection of American History Collections: Art & Collectibles on THE JOURNAL AND ORDER BOOK OF CAPTAIN ROBERT KIRKWOOD OF THE DELAWARE REGIMENT OF THE CONTINENTAL Turner, Rev. Joseph Brown (Editor) HISTORY OF THE LOCO-FOCO OR EQUAL RIGHTS PARTY, ITS MOVEMENTS, CONVENTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS, .

    History of Democratic Reform: a bibliography [with apologies, this is a work in progress. The History of the Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Party its Movements, Conventions, and Proceedings with short Characteristic Sketches of its Prominent Men. The odd book of the nineteenth century, or, "Chivalry" in modern days, a personal record of. The History of the Loco-Foco, or Equal Rights Party, Its Movements, Conventions, and by: 1.

      Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 9 LaunchPad. Document MARTIN VAN BUREN, The Autobiography of Martin Van Buren () Quiz for Document LaunchPad. Document FITZWILLIAM BYRDSALL, The History of the Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Party () Quiz for Document LaunchPad.   The history of the Loco-foco, or Equal rights party: its movements, conventions and proceedings: with short characteristic sketches of its prominent men. First published in , this traces the "Loco-Focos," a group who wanted to bring the Democratic party back to its founding : Janelle Bitter.


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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional. The Equal Rights Party was the name for several different nineteenth-century political parties in the United States.

The first party was the Locofocos, during the s and s. The Anti-Rent party during the Anti-Rent War was also known by this name during the s and s. Another party by this name ran Victoria Woodhull for President of the United States and Frederick Douglass for.

Anthony Comegna received his M.A. () and Ph.D. () in history from the University of Pittsburgh, where he specialized in early American, intellectual, and Atlantic history. His dissertation, “The Dupes of Hope Forever:” The Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Movement, ss, revives the submerged and forgotten legacy of locofocoism.

The history of the Loco-foco, or Equal rights party, its movements, conventions and proceedings. by Byrdsall, FitzwilliamPages: The History of the Loco-foco, Or Equal Rights Party, Its Movements, Conventions and Proceedings F.

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Books by Fitzwilliam Byrdsall. History. The faction was originally named the Equal Rights Party, and was created in New York City as a protest against that city's regular Democratic organization ("Tammany Hall"). It contained a mixture of anti-Tammany Democrats and labor union veterans of the Working Men's Party, the latter of which had existed from to They were vigorous advocates of laissez-faire and opponents.

Conclusion — The Loco Foco Party. On Februmembers of the Equal Rights Party, a Democratic splinter movement dubbed the Loco Focos by New York's Whig press, held a meeting in City Hall Park to protest the high cost of family necessities and household maintenance.

1 Spurred to attend by handbills that demanded "Bread, Meat, Rent, And Fuel. “The Dupes of Hope Forever:” The Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Movement, ss Anthony Comegna, PhD University of Pittsburgh, This dissertation illustrates the impact of the Loco-Foco movement (ss), most notably its role in the development of “Manifest Destiny,” the Free Soil Party, and the Republican Size: 1MB.

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The History of the Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Party: Its Movements, Conventions, and Proceedings with Short Characteristic Sketches of Its Prominent Men. New York: Burt Franklin. Hugins, Walter. Jacksonian Democracy and the Working Class: A Study of the New York Workingmen’s Movement, Enabling topics to be assessed through varying perspectives, Sources for America's History, Volume 1: To gives you a rich collection of speeches and political cartoons by celebrated historical figures along with personal letters and diary entries by ordinary people in order to foster your historical thinking skills.

With five to six sources per chapter, you'll gain the human element to. Members of the Equal Rights Party reacted by pulling out self-igniting friction matches—newly invented and known as “loco focos”—relighting the lamps, and arguing on into the night.

Enrich the study of U.S. history through a diverse set of voices from the past. The collection of primary sources found in Sources for America's History, Volume 1: To fosters historical thinking skills while putting a human face on America's diverse history.

With documents ranging from speeches and political cartoons by celebrated historical figures, to personal letters and diary entries. I am a Loco-Foco.

I was not always a Loco-Foco – until recently, I was content with the label "disaffected Dem." Alas, recent circumstances have compelled me to. The History of the Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Party (New York: Burt Franklin, [Reprint of edition]), pp. 15, 9.

See Leggett’s editorials “Extremes Unite” and. LOCOFOCO, formerly a familiar name for a member of the Democratic party; applied especially to the radical or equal rights section of that party, because at a meeting in Tammany Hall, New York, on 29 Oct.in which there was great diversity of sentiment, the chairman left his seat, and the lights were extinguished, with a view to dissolving the meeting; when those in favor of extreme.Document FITZWILLIAM BYRDSALL, The History of the Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Party () Quiz for Document LaunchPad Document ANDREW JACKSON, Veto Message Regarding the Bank of the United States ().