The president said nothing about the views of government in regard to the possibility of Carolinas seceding. This however was frequently spoken of by other statesmen at the North. I think they were unanimous in this, that no army would be sent here.
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|Birth:||4th February, 1790|
|Death:||24th February, 1874|
|Profession:||Naturalist, Pastor, Social Reformer|
John Bachman was born in Rhinebeck, New York, USA. He was an American pastor, social activist and naturalist who helped write the text of works on North American birds and mammals by renowned naturalist and artist John James Audubon. In his work as a clergyman, he founded the Lutheran Synod of South Carolina, served as its first president, and founded the state’s Lutheran theological seminary. He was a proponent of secular and religious education and helped found Newberry College and the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. He was elected an Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1845. In 1850, he wrote The Unity of the Human Race, in which he insisted correctly that all humans constitute a single species.
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