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Daniel Webster Presentation
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Daniel Webster Daniel Webster lived on a farm in Salisbury, NH where he got his first job working as a farmer with his father. QUIZ TIME!! :) :) Question #1 Employment D
s Contributions DANIEL WEBSTER'S EDUCATION Where was Daniel Webster born?
A. Dover, NH
B. Salisbury, NH
C. Salem, MA
D. Concord, NH Question #2 Question #4 Question #3 McCulloch vs. Maryland:
In 1816, Congress chartered the Second Bank of the United States and then in 1818, the state of Maryland passed legislation to impose taxes on the bank.
However, the cashier of the Baltimore branch of the bank, James W. McCulloch, refused to pay the tax.
The state brought the situation to court, asking if Congress had the right to establish the bank.
When the issue went to court, Webster defended the bank, mentioning that the power to tax is the power to destroy. Question #5 Question #6 Question #7 Question #8 Question #9 Question #10 What was Daniel Webster's first job?
C. NH/NE History Teacher
D. Senate Webster became a major part of which party?
A. Republican Party
B. Whig Party
C. Real Hair Party
D. Democrat Party Daniel Webster was born on January 18, 1782 in Salisbury, New Hampshire. He was the son of Ebenezer and Abigail, and was the second youngest of 10 children. Daniel was known as "Black Dan" as a child due to his dark skin, black hair and black eyes. In 1796 Daniel started his education at Phillips Academy in Dover. Webster developed a passion for learning and reading at a young age and his family made great sacrifices to give him a good education. At the age of 15 he went to Dartmouth
Academy and studied law. He
graduated Dartmouth in 1801. After studying law in Boston, Daniel Webster started his first job as a lawyer in the city of Portsmouth, NH. As a lawyer, Webster acchieved great financial success and gained wide popularity as one of the best lawyers in New England. Before long, Webster became increasingly involved in politics. He claimed to be a federalist and often fought for New England's shipping interestes. Later in his life, Webster also became a major leader in the Whig Party Webster was elected to the US House of Representatives in 1812 and later was also elected to the US Senate in 1822. As a senator, Daniel Webster's reputation increased and he soon became a prominant national figure. From 1840-1844, Webster served in President William Henry Harrison's cabinet as Secretary of the State. After the four-year term, Webster went back to the senate for another another six years before being asked again to serve as Secretary of State under President Fillmore, in 1850. He served under President Fillmore for two years until his death on October 24, 1852. In 1830, in one of the greatest exchanges in Senate history, Webster opposed nullification and argued for the supremacy of the federal government (Webster Hayne Debate). In 1843, as secretary of state under William Henry Harrison and John Tyler, Webster negotiated the Webster-Ashburton Treaty, which has become known as his greatest diplomatic achievement.
From 1845 to 1850, Webster served again in the Senate where he worked on behalf of the Compromise of 1850. Located in Nashua, New Hampshire, Daniel Webster College was founded in 1965 as the New England Aeronautical Institute. As a Federalist in the United States House of Representatives from 1813 to 1817, he objected to war taxes, and helped defeat a bill for drafting soldiers. He said that state governments should "interpose" to protect their citizens from the national government. During his last years in the Senate, Webster opposed adding Texas to the Union, and also opposed the war with Mexico. In a "Union-saving" speech, Webster favored the Compromise of 1850, and helped get it passed Under Tyler, Webster negotiated the Webster-Ashburton Treaty which settled Maine's boundary dispute and helped avoid a war with Britain. Under Fillmore, he befriended the Hungarian patriot Lajos Kossuth and spoke for Hungarian independence. Daniel Webster died on Oct. 24, 1852, today a statue of him stands in his honor in Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. Webster was elected to the US House
of Representatives in what year?
D. 1812 Name one of the two presidents Webster
served as Secretary of State under. In 1830, Webster opposed nullification
and argued for the supremacy of the federal government. What was this great Debate called? What was Daniel Webster's greatest diplomatic achievement? TRUE OR FALSE: Daniel Webster wrote the dictionary. http://www.notablebiographies.com/Tu-We/Webster-Daniel.html CREDITS:
In 1802, Webster served as the headmaster for Fryeburg Academy for one year and then apprenticed to lawyer Thomas W. Thompson. http://www.nndb.com/people/445/000024373/ http://worldbookonline.com/advanced/article?id=ar596560&st=daniel+webster http://www.aoc.gov/cc/art/nsh/webster.cfm Webster was prepared for college by
Dr. Samuel Wood, the minister of
Boscawen. http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h273.html Webster was chosen to be an orator
in Hanover in 1800, and in his speech
appears the start of his political
principles that he would later show. Webster was the descendant of
Thomas Webster and of Scottish
ancestry. Not much is said about his own
family other than he was married to
Grace Fletcher in 1808 and they had
one child, a son named Charles. http://www.marshfield.net/History/webster.htm What was the name Webster was
called when he was a child for having
dark hair, skin and eyes? What is the correct order of the schools
that Daniel Webster came across?
A. PCAD, PCAD, PCAD
B. Dartmouth, Fryburg, Phillips Exeter
C. Phillips Exeter, Dartmouth, Fryburg
D. Fryburg, Phillips Exeter, Dartmouth = #1! Webster served as secretary of state under Presidents William Henry Harrison and John Tyler, and then under President Millard Fillmore. Under Fillmore, he befriended the Hungarian patriot Lajos Kossuth and spoke for Hungarian independence.