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|Statement||by Charles H. Coleman.|
|Series||Eastern Illinois University bulletin no. 249|
|LC Classifications||E457.4 .C6 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||74154805|
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Answering Douglas' charge made in Jonosboro that he favored racial equality Lincoln explained his views on race. The 1858 book Debates – 4th Debate in Charleston, Illinois Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Douglas. This debate occurred on Septem from pm to pm. Lincoln spoke for an hour, Mr. Douglas for an hour and a half, and September 18.
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Douglas was held approximately one-quarter mile south of here. Twelve thousand people heard the two candidates for the United States Senator. “Saturday, Septemwas the biggest day in the history of Charleston, that quiet little county seat amid the cornfields of eastern Illinois.
It was the day that Abraham Lincoln met Senator Stephen Arnold Douglas in the fourth of their seven historic debates for the United States Senate,” wrote Charles A. Coleman in Abraham. Abraham Lincoln (–).Political Debates Between Lincoln and Douglas.
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Douglas. This site is a designated, "Looking for Lincoln" site. On the 18th of September,the very month in which he is alleged to have said what is quoted above, he made a speech at Charleston, Illinois, in which he said: - From Lincoln's Speech, Sept.
The Lincoln-Douglas Debates of The Lincoln-Douglas debates were a series of formal political debates between the challenger, Abraham Lincoln, and the incumbent, Stephen A. Douglas, in a campaign for one of Illinois' two United States Senate seats.
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Fourth Joint Debate at Charleston, Illinois, Septem "Selected quotations" or "Excerpts" by B.F. McClerren and Robert Sterling for the Lincoln-Douglas Debate Museum, Charleston, Illinois SAD is Stephen A. Douglas, AL is Abraham Lincoln. The debates, each three hours long, were convened in Ottawa (August 21), Freeport (August 27), Jonesboro (September 15), Charleston (September 18), Galesburg (October 7), Quincy (October 13), and Alton (October 15).
Douglas repeatedly tried to brand Lincoln as a dangerous radical who advocated racial equality and disruption of the Union. The Resource The Lincoln-Douglas debate at Charleston, 1858 book, Septem The Lincoln-Douglas debate at Charleston, Illinois, Septem Resource Information. Lincoln and Douglas decided to hold one debate in each of the nine congressional districts in Illinois.
Both candidates had already spoken in Springfield and Chicago within a day of each other, so they decided that their joint appearances would be held in the remaining seven districts. Each debate. The Lincoln-Douglas debate at Charleston, Illinois, Septem [COLEMAN, Charles H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The site of the fourth Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Charleston is and excellent place to start exploring the early history of Abraham Lincoln, moving back in time beginning with the Debates and moving through the pre-debate arrangements and into Lincoln's time as a lawyer and his roots as a poor farmer's son.
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Douglas that took place during the U.S. Senate campaign in Illinois. The Lincoln- Douglas Debate Septem at Charleston, Illinois Although Abraham Lincoln was never a Coles County resident, he must have been highly- pleased when Senator Douglas selected Charleston as the fourth of the seven cities where the campaign issues were to be debated.
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Historians, participants and spectators talked about the significance of the debates, especially the fifth debate in Galesburg Illinois. Septem Lincoln-Douglas Charleston Debate. Boston University Libraries.
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Abraham Lincoln was on familiar ground during his fourth meeting with Stephen Douglas at Charleston, Illinois, on Septemjust three days after the Jonesboro debate. Lincoln’s father was buried nearby; his stepmother still lived in a log cabin in the area; and several stepsiblings and cousins resided in Charleston or in.
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In Charleston, the confrontation between the two U.S. Senate candidates – Douglas the Democrat, Lincoln the fledgling Republican – was on Septemmidway through a schedule that had begun in Ottawa on August 21st and concluded in Alton, on the banks of the Mississippi River, on October “Oh, yes, it still means a lot.
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15, David J. Kent. September 15. THE FOURTH JOINT DEBATE AT CHARLESTON: Saturday, Septem // Lincoln-Douglas Debates;, p The article focuses on the fourth political debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas held on Septem in Charleston, Illinois.
Charleston, Illinois (Septem ) Background Information Inchallenger Abraham Lincoln and incumbent Senator Stephen Douglas participated in a series of seven debates throughout Illinois in a campaign for Douglas’s U.S. Senate seat. "The Lincoln-Douglas Debate at Charleston On SeptemSpringfield attorney and former US Congressman Abraham Lincoln debated US Senator Stephen A.
Douglas at the Coles County Fairgrounds during the senatorial campaign of that year. Nominated in by the infant Republican party to oppose Stephen A. Douglas, Abraham Lincoln challenged the incumbent Democratic senator from Illinois to a series of debates. This volume contains their masterful arguments as well as two speeches, one by each candidate.
Paving the way for modern debates between political candidates, the Lincoln-Douglas debates were more than 3/5(4). LEQ: The Lincoln-Douglas Debates concerned which office in the State of Illinois? This image shows a scene from the fourth Lincoln-Douglas Debate in Charleston, Illinois, on Septem Abraham Lincoln is speaking.
Senator Stephen A. Douglas is seated to the left of Lincoln. This image was created by Robert Marshall Root ().Papers: 1-volume minute book () of Democratic Douglas Association for 13 Ward A, The Complete Lincoln-Douglas Debates of Reprint. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, The Lincoln-Douglas Debate at Charleston, Illinois, Septem Charleston: Eastern Illinois University, ^ Debate at Charleston, Illinois, Septem ^ David Herbert Donald, Lincoln, page ^ Charleston debate — Douglas said, "Their principles in the north are jet-black, in the center they are in color a decent mulatto, and in lower Egypt they are almost white.
Why, I admired many of the white sentiments contained in Lincoln's speech.