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Election of 1848: Whig Victory

On November 7, 1848, Americans went to the polls to choose between Martin Van Buren, Zachary Taylor, and Lewis Cass. 310 more words

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Election of 1844: The Conventions

The Election of 1844 was one of the most momentous in American history. 416 more words

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The Aftermath of Jackson's Bank Policies

In the aftermath of President Andrew Jackson’s destroying the Second Bank of the United States, there were ramifications throughout the country, from top to bottom. 465 more words

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Indiana: Cass County

Cass County (pop. 38,966) is south of Fulton County, on the Wabash River.

It’s one of nine Cass counties in the U.S., and one of the eight named for Lewis Cass (1782-1866), whose many job titles included U.S. 145 more words

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