Daniel Webster/Whig Party Emili Simmons

Daniel Webster was born January 18, 1782 and passed on the date of October 24, 1852. Daniel Was an American politician who served twice in the house of representatives.

It started in 1833 by Daniel Webster, Andrew Jackson, and Henry Clay. The Whig whig party was created as a 2nd party

Daniel Webster got famous for his support of the federal government. Originally Daniel was a lawyer, was elected a New Hampshire congressman, and served as a Massachusetts congressman and senator. Despite his standing as a Whig leader, Webster was never able to secure his party’s nomination for the U.S. presidency.


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