Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
Dawson, Moses, 1768-1844
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Biddle, Nicholas,--1786-1844; Politics and government; Economic policy--1830-1840; Politicians; Banks and banking; Presidents
Letter from Jackson (Hermitage) to Dawson (Cincinnati, Ohio) discusses political policy in Nashville favorable to the shinplaster party; Jackson's warnings have been unheeded; Hope for Tennessee's return to the Republican fold; Presidential message; Biddle's activities; Republican lack of confidence in all banks; Separation of government from both churches and banks; Answer to Richmond Enquirer's charges against the administration; Praise for Dawson's work; and controlling banks at least from issuing small notes.
Nashville (Tenn.); Tennessee; United States
MS-001 Moses Dawson Correspondence
University Archives and Special Collections, Xavier University Library, Cincinnati, Ohio
[Identification of item], MS-001 Moses Dawson Correspondence, University Archives and Special Collections, Xavier University Library, Cincinnati, Ohio
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