John W. Taylor Papers 1798-1852

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John W. Taylor Papers, 1798-1852

John W. Taylor Papers 1798-1852

John W. Taylor (1784-1854) served as a United States Congressman from 1813-1833 and was appointed Speaker of the House twice. This collection is primarily correspondence from many of Taylor’s contemporaries to him illuminating his role as a statesman particularly as to his leadership of the Restrictionist cause to abolish slavery in the newly developing western territories.

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