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Cooper, James Fenimore. "Chapter 7." The Last of the Mohicans. Lit2Go Edition. 1826. Web. . March 22, 2018.

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The Americans of the south are, however, the only ones who threaten to break the federal bond.
Mr. Kent, in the same work, vol. IV, pp. 1-22, reviews American legislation relative to The outcome is that before the American Revolution the English laws on formed the common law in the colonies. Entail strictly speaking () was abolished in Virginia in 1776 (this abolition took place on the motion of Jefferson; see ), in the state of New York in 1786. The same abolition has taken place since in North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Missouri. In Vermont, the states of Indiana, Illinois, South Carolina and Louisiana, entail has always been unusual. The states that believed they had to keep English legislation relative to entail modified it in a way to remove its principal aristocratic characteristics. “Our general principles in matters of government,” says Mr. Kent, “tend to favor the free circulation of property.”

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The American [] of the South is more spontaneous, more witty, more open, more generous, more intellectual and more brilliant.
If interests alone were sufficient to maintain the Americans in the Union, there would be no portion of the United States where the federal Constitution had warmer adherents than in the south.

 

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I have shown elsewhere what influence servitude had exercised on the commercial capacity of the Americans of the South; this same influence extends equally to their mores.

The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757 (1826) is a historical novel by James Fenimore Cooper
The colonial days are gone, never to return; their horrors are become as faint on the screen as the fading colors of the western sky at nightfall. So, as we read of the loves and sorrows, the trials and adventures, the captures and escapes, the excitements of fray and foray, the events of council-fire and battlefield as pictured by the fiction-writer's imagination, and then awaken to the realization that this is founded upon the all but forgotten happenings of 1757, we may believe, perhaps hope, that some day some gifted writer, saved from the "wrecks of matter, and the crush of worlds," may in a golden age to come, write a story of 1917, which full of heart interest and life history, will be as enthralling, popular and full of attractiveness as is, even with all its historical defects, errors and mistakes, James Fenimore Cooper's "Last of the Mohicans."


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. [It is now accepted that the year was 1824. See James Franklin Beard, Historical Introduction to Last of the Mohicans (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1983), p. xx. -- HCMacDougall]

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. [There were apparently four Englishmen in all; the two others were Henry Labouchere (later Lord Taunton) and Evelyn Denison (later Lord Ossington). See James Franklin Beard, Historical Introduction to Last of the Mohicans (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1983), p. xx. -- HCMacDougall]

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. From Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans, any late edition. Cooper refers here to the "Les Horicans. No map which I have yet seen, or which has been described by others, has this wording of the name. In fact a recent letter from the map division of the Llbrary of Congress says: In answer to the letter...concerning a map, oontaining the name Les Horicans as applied to the Mohlcans, I would say that the name "Horicans" or "Horikans~" oocurs on many early maps but I am unable to find one on which. "Les Horicans" appears.... De Laet's map gives "Mahicans" with "Les Horikans" in the French edition, 1640. (Memorandum, P. Lee Phillips, chief, division of maps, Library ot Congress, November 6, 1917.) It seems so improbable that Cooper ever saw DeLaet's Flrench edition, however, I am iforced to believe he made here a slip of memory~ or one of the pen, as he specifies a map in his preface, while DeLaet's map does not contain the word "Horicans" at all. Again even in the DeLaet text the word is spelled with a "k" which Cooper does not use.

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South Carolina secedes from the UnionTen more states secede from the Union and establish the Confederate States of AmericaWestern territories reorganized by Republican Congresses