Chief Justice Taney, Andrew Jackson, and Habeas Corpus During the War of 1812

Chief Justice Taney, Andrew Jackson, and Habeas Corpus During the War of 1812

There are two letters from Taney to Jackson—one from 1843—another from 1844—discussing former General Jackson’s conduct during a period of martial law during the War of 1812 in New Orleans. I have seen these letters reported in Bassett’s “Correspondence of Andrew Jackson,” published in 1933.

Paul W. Hirt, 'The Wired Northwest: The History of Electric Power, 1870s-1970s,' Roundtable Review, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2014)

Roundtable Review, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2014)

Author: Paul W. Hirt

Title: The Wired Northwest: The History of Electric Power, 1870s-1970s

Commentators: Eve Vogel, Adam M. Sowards, Donald C. Jackson, H. V. Nelles

Editor: Jacob Darwin Hamblin

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