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Tariff of the Confederate States of America

Tariff of the Confederate States of America

or, rates of duties, payable on goods, wares and merchandise imported into the Confederate States, on and after August 31, 1861, also, United States tariff of 1861, in parallel columns, alphabetically arranged, also valuable tables of foreign currency, weights, measures, etc

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Published by Published by D.H. Van Buren, Steam Press of Chronicle & Sentinel in Augusta, Ga .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tariff -- Law and legislation -- Confederate States of America,
  • Tariff -- Law and legislation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRates of duties, payable on goods, wares and merchandise imported into the Confederate States, United States tariff of 1861
    SeriesConfederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 2, no. 40
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination49 p.
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15174236M

    Confederate war finance involved the various means, fiscal and monetary, through which the Confederate States of America financed its war effort during the American Civil War of As the war lasted for nearly the entire existence of the Confederacy, military .   Source: Compilation of the Tariff Acts of the Confederate States of America (New Orleans, ), The Confederacy, of course, never had a chance to collect a tariff, but if the seceding states had been allowed to leave without war, the economic impact of the Confederate tariff would have been significant.

    By Confederate States of America The real issue involved in the relations between the North and the South of the American States, is the great principle of self-government. Shall a dominant party of the North rule the South, or shall the people of the South rule themselves. Explore our list of Confederate States of America - General & Miscellaneous Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership.

      The Morrill Tariff Caused the Perfect Storm for Economic Disaster in the North by Gene Kizer, Jr. Secession cost the North its Southern manufacturing market. The Morrill Tariff threatened to cost the North its shipping industry as U.S. trade was immediately rerouted away from the high-tariff North and into Southern ports where protective tariffs were unconstitutional. (This post is Chapter Six. Belford Company, - Confederate States of America 0 Reviews This book examines Jefferson Davis's life as a United States statesman and President of the Confederacy.


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The remainder focuses on the politics of the Confederate government. Get this from a library. Compilation of the tariff act, of the Confederate States of America, approved May 21st,showing the rates of duties payable on imported goods, wares and merchandise, from and after September 1st,alphabetically arranged; also containing recent acts of Congress and circulars of the Treasury department, relative to commerce, navigation and the revenue.

Journal of the constitutional convention of the Provisional Congress, Provisional and permanent constitutions of the provisional government and the Confederate States, Statutes at Large of the provisional government, Laws for the army and navy of the Confederate States, Tariff of the Confederate States,   According to Jefferson Davis in his book A Short History of the Confederate States of America, during the Confederacy’s first 18 months, starting at the formation of the government in February of to August ofthe Confederacy’s total expenditure was $, The Confederate States of America () started with an agrarian-based economy that relied heavily on slave-worked plantations for the production of cotton for export to Europe and to the northern classed as an independent nation, the area of the Confederate States would have ranked as the fourth-richest country of the world in.

But they never acknowledged the Confederate States of America as its own independent, autonomous entity, and the Confederate States crumbled in April A Selection of Confederate Literature For collectors of Americana, the Civil War is a perennially popular area of focus.

Author of Constitution, The statutes at large of the provisional government of the Confederate States of America, from the institution of the government, February 8,to its termination, Februinclusive, Provisional and permanent constitutions, of the Confederate States, Provisional and permanent constitutions, An act to further provide for the public defence.

We document the existence of a national government whose constitution effectively limited its fiscal authorities to tax rates on the Laffer relationship's lower end more than years before Arthur Laffer drew on a napkin.

That government was the Confederate States of America. The tax rates were Confederate import tariffs.