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There Were Trees - The Henry Clay People - Live [Mondays (At The Echo) Vol. 7 - February 4th, 2008] (CDr, Album)

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  1. Introduction. Henry Clay was appointed Secretary of State by President John Quincy Adams on March 7, Clay entered his duties on the same day and served until March 3, Famous as the “Great Pacificator” for his contributions to domestic policy, he emphasized economic .
  2. Henry Clay had never been a practicing religious man, but, as the Heidlers put it in Henry Clay, The Essential American, he “had never been irreligious.” Even though his father had been a preacher and his wife Lucretia a devout lifelong Episcopalian, Clay had never joined a church.
  3. Kentucky, and died leaving Edward Erwin, who lives in young, one son, or near Owensboro Kentucky., Lucretia H. Clay, fourth daughter of Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henry Clay, born in died in ; Henry Clay, third of Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henry Clay, son born April 10, , and, in , graduated with high honors at West Point. In
  4. It's hard to tell what the real Henry Clay -- the 19th-century Kentucky senator known as "the Great Compromiser" -- has to do with the Henry Clay People. First off, the band is based in L.A.
  5. Henry Clay was an American lawyer, planter, statesman and orator. He was also known as ‘The Great Pacificator’ or ‘The Great Compromiser’. He served as the Speaker of the House of Representatives for three consecutive years and also as the Secretary of State under President John Quincy Adams.
  6. Sep 29,  · The Henry Clay People are the embodiment of a live studio session. They are sincere, authentic and make no apologies for creating straightforward three-chord American rock music.‚ They hate wearing headphones in the studio, prefer to record like it&#;s a rehearsal (they plan to cut their next record like this) and are comfortable with slight […].
  7. from The Clay Family by Zachary F. Smith. Henry Clay was born about , and died at The Raells, August 3, , of "the raells," aged eighty-eight years.. He was married about to Mary Mitchell, daughter of William and Elizabeth Mitchell, who lived and died and were buried in Chesterfield County, on the west side of Swift Creek, on the farm afterward occupied by Reverend Eleazer Clay.
  8. henry clay united states senator. quote "I would rather be right than be president." "I know no South, no North, no East, no West, to which I owe any allegiance." biography Henry Clay was born on a frontier farm in Hanover County, Virginia on April 12, to a middle-class family in a .
  9. Jun 25,  · Henry Clay, American statesman, U.S. congressman (–14, –21, –25), and U.S. senator (–07, –11, –42, –52) who was noted for his American System (which integrated a national bank, the tariff, and internal improvements to promote economic stability and prosperity) and was a.

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