The historical context of "the adventures of huckleberry Finn" By jennifer moreno and sidney fernandez

When was " the adventures of huckleberry Finn" first published? The book was published on December 10th 1884.
Some view at the time of the book being made was the federalist were dominate until the 1800 and the republicans were dominate after the 1800. Most often federalist would appeal to the business community where rebublicans would go to planters and farmers.
Train commented on society by making fun of or basically not taking the government seriously. He would often mock in a way and he had a humor towards it. From 1853 to 1862, he continued to work as a humor writer under such pseudonyms as Thomas Jefferson snodgrass, sergeant fathom and josh.

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