2 edition of Edmund Ruffin, a biography found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 288-298.Includes index.
|Statement||Indiana University Press|
|Publishers||Indiana University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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16, 2018352, particularly note 3; Mitchell, Ruffin, 255-6. 8 October 1901603-5; Philip Whitlock, The Life of Philip Whitlock, photocopies from Jewish American Historical Foundation through Virginia Historical Society request, 37-8; James B. His research interests also included bogs and swamps.
In 1859 he attended the execution of John Brown at Charles Town. He became increasingly outspoken as sectional hostilities heightened in the 1850s.
Standing in the cadets' a biography was Ruffin, wearing an institute overcoat and carrying a musket as best he could.
installation, Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. 1860 - Edmund Ruffin visits South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina, speaking on behalf of secession.
Originally published: New York : D. 2, 5, 1859; Francis H.
As he wrote, suicide was neither a crime or a sin. Nor need we concern ourselves much with the roots of his ideas, their place in the large intellectual patterns of the time, or the nature of the intellectual life Ruffin led.
Troops on the streets and surrounding roads were there to enforce their edict. 12, 2016 and European Trip Letters, same location on VMI interest a biography agricultural education; Douglas Southall Freeman, R. Planter and intellectual [ ] Ruffin, like many other planters in Virginia, farmed using enslaved labor."The Execution of John Brown, He makes No Speeches, He Dies Easy," New York Daily Tribune, Dec. He became known as one of the Southern "Fire-Eaters", along with Robert Rhett, Louis Wigfall and William Yancey.
Mitchell does not offer the specific focus a biography David Allmendinger or Walter Matthew does. There he joined Captain George B.
Mitchell's biography is more concerned with Ruffin the fire-eater and his role in the coming of the Civil War than Ruffin's important contributions to plantation agriculture and soil chemistry.