It continued with the Compromise of 1820 (Missouri Compromise) which established the practice of admitting a free state (Maine) and slave state (Missouri) to the union around the same time to maintain regional balance in the Senate.Subsequent clashes occurred involving the Nullification Crisis of 1832, the anti-slavery Gag Rule, and the Compromise of 1850.The Confederate Relic Room in Columbia, South Carolina now has a portion of their museum dedicated to The Mc Rae Papers, the rare Civil War documents also found in the attic.Set your DVR for "If Walls Could Talk", the HGTV show, episode #2007, where Wendy and Bill share their amazing story. If you like history, you will love The Kate Shepard House. Shepard in 1897 and designed by well-known architect George F. Its major components are believed to have been delivered from Tennessee in thirteen railroad cars.
Could there be ghosts trapped in the basement of the National Museum of American History?The Kate Shepard house is full of pieces of our country’s history, including Confederate Civil War relics and memorabilia dating back as far as the early 1800s. Two twin houses have been located in Courtland, New York and Osceola, Iowa. It features original fireplaces and mantles, stained glass windows, hardwood floors and light fixtures. Mary-Kate Olsenand Ashley Olsen's little sis recently stepped out arm-in-arm with Arnett in New York City, prompting many to wonder who the lucky guy is and how the lovebirds first linked up.Well, we've learned Elizabeth and Robbie's romance sparked back in early February when they met while on vacation in Mexico. He's in the Music Biz: First things first, Robbie is one of those creative types. Redick is a self-proclaimed huge fan of Robbie's musical endeavors.By the end of the American Revolution, most northern states had abandoned the institution and it was made illegal in many parts of the North in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.