tes them by a chain of mighty States to the cliffs of the rude Atlantic.
Massachusetts the mother of secession.
Sentiment or considerations of abstract right hy for what she styled the abuse of the powers of the general government.
Massachusetts, the mother of secession, which she had taught to her sister colonies in 17e administration of Washington, and at that time United States senator from Massachusetts, in a letter referring to what he considered the abuse of the Federal power of our Revolution point to the remedy—a separation. * * * It must begin in Massachusetts.
The proposition would be welcomed in Connecticut, and could we doubt of Nnocked at the door of the Union for admission as a State, Josiah Quincy, of Massachusetts, said upon the floor of Congress, If this bill passes, it is my deliberate t ended only when Lee laid down his arms at Appomattox.
I have said that Massachusetts was the mother of secession—nor need she or any other State be ashamed to o
e of, in the War, 238.
Savannah, Ga., The Siege and Evacuation of, December, 1864, by Colonel C. C. Jones, Jr., Ll.D., 60
Schofield, General J. M., 348.
Scotch-Irish, The, 5.
Scott's, General W., Estimate of Lee, 319.
Secession, Massachusetts the Mother of, 91; Right of 145; Opposition of the South to, 223; Of the South, 219
Seven Pines, The Battle of, 322.
Sharpsburg, The Battle of, 325.
Skinker, Major Charles R, 285.
Slavery, The Effect of, 7; Unity of the Southern Colonies Against, 135; in Massachusetts, 136; Sentiments of Lincoln Regarding, 137; Decay of, in the North and Growth of, in the South 138; Discussed, 217; Questions Connected with, 226.
Smith, General G. W., 74.
Smith, Colonel, L. Jacquelin, 68.
Smith, Hon. W. E., Death of, 62.
Smith, Hon. W. N. H., Death of, 62.
Sons of Veterans, The, 254, 279.
South Carolina Troops at the Dedication of the Lee Monument, 267.
South, The, Directing Men from, 5, 12; Stands for Race Integrity, 14