The lands granted were in the occupancy of savages and situated in a wilderness, of which the government had never taken possession, and of which it could not with its own citizens ever have taken possession.
I pass over the toil and suffering and danger which attended the redemption and cultivation of their lands by the colonists, and turn to their civil condition and to the conduct and history of the government.
Each had defended his own country; the Germans Germany, the Frenchmen France; they had don...- Ernst Toller
America must raise an empire of permanent duration, supported upon the grand pillars of Tr...- Nathanael Greene
Sometimes history takes things into its own hands.- Thurgood Marshall
This war is not necessary. We are truly sleepwalking through history.- Robert Byrd
Live out of your imagination, not your history.- Stephen R. Covey
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|Birth:||27th April, 1802|
|Death:||14th March, 1839|
|Profession:||Diplomat, Senator, Soldier|
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