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Further information: Slave states and free states and Abraham Lincoln and slavery Martha Washington Three major types of issues were addressed by the Compromise of 1850: a variety of boundary issues the status of territory issues and the issue of slavery While capable of analytical distinction the boundary and territory issues were actually included in the overarching issue of slavery Pro-slavery and anti-slavery interests were each concerned with both the amount of land on which slavery was permitted and with the number of States in the slave or free camps Since Texas was a slave state not only the residents of that state but also both camps on a national scale had an interest in the size of Texas! . During the early spring of 1791 Pierre (Peter) Charles L'Enfant began working on a plan for the capital city that identified the future sites of the "Congress House" (the United States Capitol) and the "President's House" (the White House). Design competitions were then held to solicit designs for each of those structures Architect James Hoban was selected to design the President's House while no satisfactory drawings were submitted for the Capitol a late submission by William Thornton was selected for the Capitol. Stephen Hallet was hired to oversee construction which got underway in September 1793 Hallet proceeded to make alterations to the design against the wishes of Washington and Jefferson and was subsequently dismissed George Hadfield was hired in October 1795 as superintendent of construction but resigned three years later in May 1798 due to dissatisfaction with Thornton's plan and quality of work done thus far. ; . Historians in the 20th century identified 250 to 311 slave uprisings in U.S and colonial history. Those after 1776 include:, The South Branch Potomac River has its headwaters in northwestern Highland County Virginia near Hightown along the eastern edge of the Allegheny Front After a river distance of 139 miles (224 km) the mouth of the South Branch lies east of Green Spring in Hampshire County West Virginia where it meets the North Branch Potomac River to form the Potomac.
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