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  • Webster: United States politician and orator (1782-1817)

  • Daniel Webster (January 18, 1782 – October 24, 1852) was a leading American statesman during the nation's Antebellum Period. He first rose to regional prominence through his defense of New England shipping interests.

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Daniel Webster: The Man And His Time

Daniel Webster: The Man And His Time

An important new interpretation of Daniel Webster's life by an award-winning biographer.
In almost every respect, Daniel Webster was larger than life, an intellectual colossus, a statesman of the first rank, and a man of towering and finally unfulfilled ambition. In this new biography, Webster is seen as a major player in American politics in the era between the War of 1812 and the beginning of the Civil War, involved with every significant issue confronting the new nation. Webster had no equal as an orator, then or since. Whether in the Senate, before the Supreme Court, or on the political stump, he was a golden-tongued spellbinder, often holding audiences in thrall for hours. In his lifelong defense of the Constitution, and as a constant upholder of the Union, Webster won love and respect. He was often referred to as "the Godlike Daniel". But he was also referred to as "Black Dan" because of his questionable dealings with men of wealth and power, his political conniving, his habitual nonpayment of debts, and perhaps even his somewhat roving eye.
This full life gives us Webster the public man as well as Webster the private worrier -- worried about his home and land, particularly his beloved marsh field, his family, and, above all, his place in history. This biography truly illuminates the era in which he lived.
-- "Splendidly researched, vividly written, and generally compelling.... Remini recounts with verve and surprisingly fresh insight the familiar events of Clay's long career". -- Michael F. Holt, Chicago Sun-Times
-- "Powerful.... A lucid, dramatic revelation of a forgotten giant of American history". -- Brian Richard Boyland, Los Angeles Times Book Review

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The Gardens at Daniel Webster Inn

The Gardens at Daniel Webster Inn

Located in Sandwich, Massachusetts, the Daniel Webster Inn features a spectacular display of their flower gardens which are freely open to the public even if you are not staying or dining at the Inn.

I went in to the Registration Desk of the Inn and asked for information regarding Sandwich's best photography locations. The response was, "Oh! You MUST see our flower gardens!" So I wandered around the gardens taking a whole bunch of shots and, because it was early in the morning, had the gardens all to myself!!

The Pool at Daniel Webster Inn, Sandwich, Massachusetts

The Pool at Daniel Webster Inn, Sandwich, Massachusetts

Located directly at the far end of the Flower Gardens is this lovely swimming pool and the flowers adorning it are as spectacular as the hundreds of varieties in the Gardens.

daniel webster inn sandwich

daniel webster inn sandwich

The Great Triumvirate: Webster, Clay, and Calhoun

Enormously powerful, intensely ambitious, the very personifications of their respective regions--Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, and John C. Calhoun represented the foremost statemen of their age. In the decades preceding the Civil War, they dominated American congressional politics as no other figures have. Now Merrill D. Peterson, one of our most gifted historians, brilliantly re-creates the lives and times of these great men in this monumental collective biography.
Arriving on the national scene at the onset of the War of 1812 and departing political life during the ordeal of the Union in 1850-52, Webster, Clay, and Calhoun opened--and closed--a new era in American politics. In outlook and style, they represented startling contrasts: Webster, the Federalist and staunch New England defender of the Union; Clay, the "war hawk" and National Rebublican leader from the West; Calhoun, the youthful nationalist who became the foremost spokesman of the South and slavery. They came together in the Senate for the first time in 1832, united in their opposition of Andrew Jackson, and thus gave birth to the idea of the "Great Triumvirate." Entering the history books, this idea survived the test of time because these men divided so much of American politics between them for so long.
Peterson brings to life the great events in which the Triumvirate figured so prominently, including the debates on Clay's American System, the Missouri Compromise, the Webster-Hayne debate, the Bank War, the Webster-Ashburton Treaty, the annexation of Texas, and the Compromise of 1850. At once a sweeping narrative and a penetrating study of non-presidential leadership, this book offers an indelible picture of this conservative era in which statesmen viewed the preservation of the legacy of free government inherited from the Founding Fathers as their principal mission. In fascinating detail, Peterson demonstrates how precisely Webster, Clay, and Calhoun exemplify three facets of this national mind.

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