Capitalism, Politics, and Railroads in Jacksonian New England ebook
by Michael J. Connolly
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In this engaging new study, Michael J. Connolly seeks to understand the interrelationships among political change, economic interests, and railroad development in northern New England prior to the Civil War. He analyzes the political thought of the region as it involved the growth of party the Radical Democrats in New Hampshire, the Whigs and In this engaging new study, Michael J.
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Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Railroads New England History 19th century. Main Author: Connolly, Michael J. Format: eBook. He analyzes the political thought of the region as it involved the growth of party the Radical Democrats in New Hampshire, the Whigs and Conservative Democrats in New Hampshire, and the Whigs in Essex County, Massachusetts-and the rise of voting activity. An assortment of antebellum demographic data on the various railroad lines is made clear by the maps in the book.