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The Tallmadge Amendment was a proposed amendment to a bill requesting the Territory of Missouri to be admitted to the Union as a free state. This amendment  ...

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Missouri Compromise. The Missouri Compromise of 1820 was a congressional agreement that regulated the extension of Slavery in the United States for thirty ...

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The Tallmadge Amendment. In dark Missouri now, with hideous yell, Fierce SLAVERY talks and slips the dogs of hell. Hear ye SENATES! Hear this truth sublime ...

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...to add an antislavery amendment to that legislation on February 13, 1819, however, there ensued an ugly and rancorous debate over slavery and the ...

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Tallmadge's Amendment [February 13, 1820]. And provided, That the further introduction of slavery or involuntary servitude be prohibited, except for the ...

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Nov 19, 2016 ... Until the introduction of the Tallmadge amendment, the slavery ... The discovery that cotton could be grown profitably by means of slave labor ...

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On February 13, 1819, 35-year-old Congressman William Cobb unfolded his six- foot frame from his chair in the chamber of the Old Brick Capitol building in ...

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Representative Jame Tallmadge, Jr., of New York offered two amendments to the Missouri statehood bill on Feb. 13, 1819. The first prohibited any further ...