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Halaman 387 - That in all that territory ceded by France to the United States, under the name of Louisiana, which lies north of thirtysix degrees and thirty minutes north latitude, not included within the limits of the State contemplated by this act, slavery and involuntary servitude, otherwise than in the punishment of crimes whereof the parties shall have been duly convicted, shall be and is hereby forever prohibited.
Halaman 421 - Some Observations on Planning Archives Buildings," by Louis A. Simon ; "Collaboration Between Archivists and Architects in Planning Archives Buildings," by Victor Gondos, Jr. ; and "Equipment Needs To Be Considered in Constructing Postwar Archival Depositories," by William J. Van Schreeven. The bulletin contains much of interest to those concerned with the adequate housing of records, particularly with reference to postwar building programs. Copies may be obtained from the Assistant Administrative...
Halaman 356 - ... against the laws of the United States, until the decision of the president can be made known thereon ; he shall commission all officers who shall be appointed to office under the laws of the said...
Halaman 108 - In addition to the usual routine duties of the Secretary, he has engaged in a number of extra activities. He represented the Society at the annual meetings of the Society of American Archivists and the American Association for State and Local History held at Princeton, New Jersey, November 15-17, 1943. He was reelected a member of the governing council of the latter for a term of five years. As chairman of the Ohio State Executive committee of the Anthony Wayne Memorial Association, he has given...
Halaman 383 - This agitation has produced one happy effect, at least — it has compelled us of the South to look into the nature and character of this great institution, and to correct many false impressions that even we had entertained in relation to it. Many in the South once believed that it was a moral and political evil. That folly and delusion are gone. We see it now in its true light, and regard it as the most safe and stable basis for free institutions in the world.
Halaman 370 - During the war we drew to ourselves here, as the Federal Government, authority which had been considered doubtful by all, and denied by many of the statesmen of this country. That time, it seems to me, has ceased, and ought to cease.
Halaman 345 - I have been every day more and more strengthened in the convic tion that it is the only wise and politic method of educating the people. The per capita system is based upon the idea that education is a personal benefit for which those who receive it should pay, while the true theory of popular education is that it is a public benefit for which the public should pay.
Halaman 108 - American History in Schools and Colleges, The Report of the Committee on American History in Schools and Colleges of The American Historical .Association, The Mississippi Valley Historical Association, and The National Council for the Social Studies, New York, The Macmillan Company, 1944, passim.
Halaman 356 - Iowa," was approved June 12, 1838, to take effect and be in force on and after July 3, 1838. The new Territory embraced " all that part of the present Territory of Wisconsin which lies west of the Mississippi River, and west of a line drawn due north from the...
Halaman 423 - Widening Province," by Theodore C. Blegen; "Life at West Point One Hundred Years Ago," by Joseph B. James; "The Writing and Teaching of History After the Present War," by SL Davis. Missouri Historical Review, July, 1944: "St. Louis, Host of Celebrated Nineteenth Century British and American Authors," by Robert R. Hubach ; "The Slavery Issue and the Political Decline of Thomas Hart Benton,