Substance of a conversation with Samuel D. Ingham, 1831 Mar. 22.

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Ingham, Samuel D. (Samuel Delucenna), 1779-1860. Substance of a conversation with Samuel D. Ingham, 1831 Mar. 22.

Substance of a conversation with Samuel D. Ingham, 1831 Mar. 22.

Essay written, 22 Mar. 1831, by James B. Gardiner re opinions of S.D. Ingham on political issues and politicians of the day: including John C. Calhoun; the popularity of Andrew Jackson; and potential presidential candidacies of U.S. Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky and Supreme Court Justice John McLean of Ohio. Other topics discussed include removal of Native Americans from Pennsylvania and Ohio, and on support for John C. Calhoun, "Pennsylvania knew Mr. Calhoun to be a strong and sincere friend to Gen. J[ackson]. She called him her son and would not see him sacrificed...." Essay attributed to James B. Gardiner, a newspaper editor of Xenia, Ohio; Gardiner was editor and founder, in 1826, of the Ohio newspaper, People's Press and Imparital Expositor; in 1831, following passage of the Indian Removal Act, President Andrew Jackson appointed Gardiner to serve as U.S. Commissioner at the Treaty of Washington (Ohio) in 1831, which resulted in banishment of Seneca Indians from Ohio.

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