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Charles Pinckney (governor)

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Charles Pinckney (October 26, 1757 – October 29, 1824) was an American politician who was ... Busy with the war and his political career, Pinckney did not marry until 1787. ... for slaveholder...

Jonathan Dayton

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Jonathan Dayton. (16 October 1760 - 9 October 1824). Dayton was born the son of a future revolutionary war general and wealthy New Jersey ... legislature – and opposed the inclusion of slaves in the basis of proportional representation if ...

The Federalist: Jonathan Dayton - Founding Father

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Dec 29, 2013 ... Founding Father Jonathan Dayton dropped out of school and enlisted ... Dayton was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1789, but he did not take his seat ... power starting with his own Republican Vice President, Aaron Burr. ..... He was the anti-slavery leader of the Congress in the early days of ...

Jonathan Dayton | U.S. Founding Father | ConstitutionDay.com

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Founding Father Jonathan Dayton from the State of New Jersey is a signer to the ... Learn more about Jonathan Daytons role in forming America as a delegate to ... When he was elected in the 1789 for the House of Representative, he did not ...

A Biography of Jonathan Dayton 1760-1824 < Biographies ...

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A Biography of Jonathan Dayton 1760-1824. Jonathan Dayton ... Dayton did not arrive at Philadelphia until June 21 but thereafter faithfully took part in the ... Because he owned 250,000 acres of Ohio land between the Big and Little Miami  ...

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On his plantation in North Carolina he owned 30 slaves. 6. ... Not an especially wealthy man, but he did own two farms and enough money ... Jonathan Dayton.

Voting on slavery at the Constitutional Convention - Wake Forest ...

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Mar 18, 2008 ... with their own constituents (Barrow 2000). ... Hampshire did not formally abolish slavery because there were so few slaves (157 in total according to 1790. Census ...... Since Jonathan Dayton's (New Jersey) OC estimate lies to.

America's Founding Fathers - Delegates to the Constitutional ...

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Jonathan Dayton, New Jersey ... Dayton did not arrive at Philadelphia until June 21 but thereafter faithfully took part in the proceedings. He spoke with moderate ...

Philadelphia Convention - New World Encyclopedia

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Apr 25, 2015 ... Pinckney did also provide for a supreme Federal Judicial Court. ... Unsatisfied with the New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan, Alexander Hamilton proposed his own plan. ... Slaves accounted for about one-fifth of the population in the American ... David Brearley; Jonathan Dayton; William Houston; William ...

About the Signers - Constitution Facts

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Daniel Jenifer of St. Thomas (1723-1790)—He did not really take an active part in the ... Jonathan Dayton (1760-1824)—He served in the United States House of ... he used various elected positions to gain land for his own economic advancement. ... of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery (1787).

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What was Jonathan Dayton's view of slavery - Answers.com

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Jonathan Dayton argued that the terms of the Louisiana Purchase obliged the United States to ... to own slaves. three on both votes, with New Jersey Senator Jonathan Dayton .... Abraham Lincoln did not agree with the concept of slavery.

Jonathan Dayton at the Constitutional Convention - Walking the ...

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Sep 17, 2007 ... Thus at 26, Jonathan Dayton became the youngest Framer of the US Constitution . He did not join in the debate immediately; in fact, the convention had ... and that slaves would count as 3/5ths of a person for the purposes of ...

Founding Fathers - U.S. Constitution - Constitution Day

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He did not supply much input, but did sign the constitution. ... belief, which led him to free his own slaves and advocate the emancipation of others. ...... Jonathan Dayton (October 16, 1760 – October 9, 1824) was an American politician from the ...