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" Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest, from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled. "
The Outlook - Página 429
1908
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The Purchase of Florida: Its History and Diplomacy

Hubert Bruce Fuller - 1906 - 399 páginas
...territorial expansion. Jefferson wrote as early as 1786, from Paris: "Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled. We should take care, too, not .... to press too soon on the Spaniards. Those countries cannot be in...
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The Outlook for the Average Man

Albert Shaw - 1907 - 240 páginas
...Constitution, Mr. Jefferson had shown the breadth of his view by writing: "Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled." He was fearful at that time lest the Spaniards should be too weak to hold South America. His view on...
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History of the United States of America Under the Constitution, Volumen1

James Schouler - 1908
...Territory as a tract which must remain a wilderness for at least a century to come, Jefferson viewed our Confederacy "as the nest from which all America, north and south, is to be peopled." 2 While they talked with bated breath of erecting better safeguards against popular tumults, Jefferson...
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History of the United States of America: 1783-1801. Rule of Federalism

James Schouler - 1908
...Territory as a tract which must remain a wilderness for at least a century to come, Jefferson viewed our Confederacy "as the nest from which all America, north and south, is to be peopled."1 While they talked with bated breath of erecting better safeguards against popular tumults,...
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The Romance of American Expansion

Henry Addington Bruce - 1909 - 246 páginas
...reached America, that his dreams were at last coming true and that he had been justified in viewing the "Confederacy" as "the nest from which all America,...government derives its just powers from the consent of the governed, it being evident that the people of Louisiana had had no voice in the transaction. But,...
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THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN EXPANSION

H. ADDINGTON BRUCE - 1909
...Oregon, and California, surpassed Seward in preaching territorial expansion. With Jefferson, he " viewed the Confederacy as the nest from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled." With Benton, he beheld the American people continuing their westward movement until they had fairly...
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History of the United States of America Under the Constitution: 1783-1801. 1880

James Schouler - 1882
...Territory as a tract which must remain a wilderness for at least a century to come, Jefferson viewed our Confederacy "as the nest from which all America, north and south, is to be peopled."* While they talked with bated breath of erecting better safeguards against popular tumults, Jefferson...
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Representative Phi Beta Kappa Orations

Clark Sutherland Northup, William Coolidge Lane, John Christopher Schwab - 1915 - 500 páginas
...Constitution, Mr. Jefferson had shown the breadth of his view by writing: — Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled. He was fearful at that time lest the Spaniards should be too weak to hold South America. His view on...
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Thomas Jefferson

David Saville Muzzey - 1918 - 319 páginas
...contrary, it will drown the little divisions at present existing there. Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled. . . . The navigation of the Mississippi we must have." No one in America, now that Franklin was dead,...
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The United States of America ...

David Saville Muzzey - 1922 - 803 páginas
...his retreat at the Hermitage. CHAPTER VIII THE ADVANCE TO THE PACIFIC Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America north and south is to be peopled. — THOMAS JEFFERSON^ TYLER AND TEXAS The rejoicing of the Whigs was soon turned to mourning. Five...
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