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Compassionate Protector of America: The Symbolism of Old Hickory in a Jackson Woman's Mind

【摘要】 Serving as America's only female newspaper editor during the election of 1832, Anne Royall became possibly the first public “Jackson Woman” by supporting the chief executive's bid for re-election in her sheet titled Paul Pry. A closer look at Royall's recollections from her travels in Alabama from 1818 to 1822 shows her to be a blooming “Jackson Woman” developing before the Jackson party was even conceived. In 1828, Royall's Black Books produced a scathing indictment of American society. Both the Adams and Jackson campaigns actively recruited her for their mud-slinging contest but she declined. Three years later Royall started printing Paul Pry. The Black Books and Paul Pry gave Royall a public voice, and she was not afraid to use it. Between 1818 and 1832, Anne Royall went from being a Jackson admirer to being a public Jackson woman.View full textDownload full textKeywordsAnne Royall, symbolism, Andrew Jackson, the elections of 1828 and 1832Related var addthis_config = { ui_cobrand: "Taylor & Francis Online", services_compact: "citeulike,netvibes,twitter,technorati,delicious,linkedin,facebook,stumbleupon,digg,google,more", pubid: "ra-4dff56cd6bb1830b" }; Add to shortlist Link Permalink http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14664658.2011.594650

【期刊名称】 American Nineteenth Century History

【作者】 Jeffrey Normand Bourdona*;

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【年(卷),期】2011(12),2

【年度】2011

【页码】p.177-201

【总页数】25

【原文格式】PDF

【正文语种】eng

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【原文服务方】国家工程技术数字图书馆

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