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Speech of Thaddeus Stevens, on the school law

Thaddeus Stevens

Speech of Thaddeus Stevens, on the school law

delivered in the legislature of Pennsylvania, April, 1835.

by Thaddeus Stevens

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Published by Pearsol & Geist in Lancaster .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Pennsylvania.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMiscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAC901 .M5 vol. 471, no. 5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. ;
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1247671M
    LC Control Number94841306

    From speech of Thaddeus Stevens (R-Pa) in the House of Representatives, January 3, Congressional Globe, 39th Congress, 2nd session, Jan. 3 Unless the rebel States, before admission, should be made republican in spirit, and placed, under the guardianship of loyal men, all our blood and treasure will have been spent in vain.   Thaddeus Stevens was truly a remarkable man, a Republican congressman from Lancaster Pennsylvania who served during the civil war and reconstruction. Stevens was considered a member of the "radical republicans" because he believed in racial equality, universal suffrage, and equal protection under law for all people/5.

    Impeachment Speech of Thaddeus Stevens. Thaddeus Stevens is perhaps the most well-known man on the other side of Andrew Johnson’s prosecution trial. Stevens was a representative from Pennsylvania and a strong Republican leader. Known for his strong personality, Stevens essentially dominated the House from onwards, and it was he who led. And the great defender of the law of has not been forgotten. His name has been effectually perpetuated -n'-,^ by the Stevens School building, of the City of Lebanon. ' -*""" In Thaddeus Stevens was one of the framers of the State Constitution, and there his love for the equality of man,and universal education was fuUj^ manifested.

    Thaddeus Stevens: Yet even you, Pendleton, who should have been gibbeted for treason long before today, even worthless unworthy you ought to be treated equally before the law! And so again, sir, and again and again and again I say: I do not hold with equality in all things. Only with equality before the law. The Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School is located at 21st Street, NW in Ward 2. The Property is improved with an approximat square foot historic school building and a playground. The Stevens School building was built in as one of the District’s first publicly funded schools for African-American children. The school was named for Thaddeus Stevens .


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