Alexander Stephens & Jefferson Davis
Alexander Hamilton Stephens (February 11, 1812 – March 4, 1883) was an American politician from Georgia. Jefferson Finis Jeff Davis (June 3, 1808 – December 6, 1889) was an American statesman and leader of the Confederacy during the American Civil War, serving as President of the Confederate States of America for its entire history. /5
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Could it have began right after The Civil War when Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens, and Robert E. Lee…
in history Nancy Pelosi & Charles Schumer fighting for indebted slavery are the equivalent of Alexander Stephens and Jefferson Davis.
Jefferson Davis and Alexander Stephens came up with all that "states rights" B.S. AFTER they lost the war to justify themselves
Wow, Alexander Stephens speech sure did embarrass Jefferson Davis!
If they dont go with a corporate name Cobb has plenty of names for Braves stadium Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens, Lester Maddox...
Something's telling me that he 's raising *** in *** over this ! LMAO ! Former Confederate vice president Alexander Stephens and civil rights icon Rosa Parks are both represented in Statuary Hall. Architect of the Capitol; Architect of the Capitol/Flickr On Wednesday, congressional leaders unveiled a new statue of civil rights icon Rosa Parks at the Capitol's Statuary Hall. Parks is the first African-American woman to be represented in the room, which is a fairly understandable consequence of the fact that, for most of the nation's history, only white dudes were allowed to participate in politics. Notwithstanding the near-total sausage fest, Parks is in some good company—Helen Keller is there; so is Dwight D. Eisenhower. She's also in some really bad company. Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederate States of America, is there. So is Alexander Stephens, the man Davis tapped as second-in-command of the Confederacy. Here's how the office of the Architect of the Capitol, which oversees Statuary .. ...
Administration and Cabinet The original Confederate Cabinet. L-R: Judah P. Benjamin, Stephen Mallory, Christopher Memminger, Alexander Stephens, LeRoy Pope Walker, Jefferson Davis, John H. Reagan and Robert Toombs. As provisional president in 1861, Davis formed his first cabinet. Robert Toombs of Georgia was the first Secretary of State, and Christopher Memminger of South Carolina became Secretary of the Treasury. LeRoy Pope Walker of Alabama was made Secretary of War, after being recommended for this post by Clement Clay and William Yancey (both of whom declined to accept cabinet positions themselves). John Reagan of Texas became Postmaster General, and Judah P. Benjamin of Louisiana became Attorney General. Although Stephen Mallory was not put forward by the delegation from his state of Florida, Davis insisted that he was the best man for the job of Secretary of the Navy, and he was eventually confirmed. Since the Confederacy was founded, among other things, on states' rights, one important factor i ...
1865 Jefferson Davis appoints Alexander Stephens, R. M. T. Hunter, and John Campbell to discuss peace with the Union
While they're in the National Statuary Hall, they should take a sledgehammer to the statues of Jefferson Davis and Alexander Stephens there.
Mississippian Jefferson Davis was named the confederation's president alongside vice president Alexander Stephens
State government this...state government that...You know who else loved state government? Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens, Robert E. Lee...The Confederate States of America.
I'm in the midst of reading THE FIERY TRIAL, Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery, by Eric Foner. This is a subject that I'm fairly familiar with. Yet, it never ceases to amaze me how African American constitutionally legal and "justified" SLAVERY came to be abolished via the civil war, the Emancipation Prolamation ( promulgated 150 years ago this month), and the 13th Amendment to the constitution. It was nothing, if not, a MIRACLE of unintended intentions! If it hadn't been for those stupid racist southern politicians of 1860, it might easily have lasted well into the 20th century ( as did legal segregation). Thank you Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens, ect.! Throughout American history one looks in vain for a white sustained MORAL objection to slavery and all of its evils. In some places in America, we are still looking.
"Dixie" was the unofficial anthem of the CSA. When Jefferson Davis and Alexander Stephens rode to their inaugural, a band played "Dixie."
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