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Chapter Page I Origins of the Whig Party in North Carolina 18321835
Whig Newspapers and Campaign Literature 18341860
Party Organization and Campaign Methods 18341860
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Abraham Rencher adopted advocated Alfred Dockery amendment April asserted August August 19 Badger Biennial message bill Buren campaign Carolina Watchman central committee Clay Clingman commons Compromise Cong Congress Congressional Globe constitutional debate December declared delegates Democratic party distribution district Dockery Dudley Edmund Deberry Edward Stanly election favored Fayetteville Observer February federal free suffrage governor Graham Greensborough Patriot Hillsborough Recorder House Journal Ibid independent treasury insisted internal improvements issue Jackson January January 14 July July 27 June Kenneth Rayner Know-Nothing later legislative legislature Mangum Papers Manly March Morehead national bank nominated North Carolina November November 14 October opponents opposed platform political Polk president presidential question quoting Raleigh Register Reid Republican resolutions Senate Journal Senator Mangum September sess slavery slaves Standard Stanly supported tariff tion Union voters Western Carolinian Whig candidates Whig editors Whig leaders Whig members Whig party Whig press Whig representatives Whigs of North William Wilmot Proviso