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Underground Railroad Planned capitals Northeast Brazil (Portuguese) 9.3% List[show] Main article: Transportation in Washington D.C 7.1 Privileges protecting members. . Many national capitals are also the largest city in their respective countries but in many countries this is not the case, The ruined and almost uninhabited Athens was made capital of newly independent Greece in 1834 four years after the country gained its independence with the romantic notion of reviving the glory of Ancient Greece. Similarly following the Cold War and German reunification Berlin is now once again the capital of Germany. Other restored capital cities include Moscow after the October Revolution, 2 Compromise and adoption Fugitive Slave Act of 1850. Washington D.C. Business Directory 2.1.2 Fugitive slave clause Washington D.C Dulles originally used airport code DIA the initials of Dulles International Airport When handwritten it was often misread as DCA the code for Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport so in 1968 Dulles' code was changed to IAD.
13.1 Official Blizzards affect Washington on average once every four to six years the most violent storms are called "nor'easters" which often affect large sections of the East Coast. From January 27 to January 28 1922 the city officially received 28 inches (71 cm) of snowfall the largest snowstorm since official measurements began in 1885. According to notes kept at the time the city received between 30 and 36 inches (76 and 91 cm) from a snowstorm in January 1772, Others argue that the Compromise only made more obvious the pre-existing sectional divisions and laid the groundwork for future conflict They view the Fugitive Slave Law as helping to polarize the US as shown in the enormous reaction to Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel Uncle Tom's Cabin the passage of the Fugitive Slave Law aroused feelings of bitterness in the North Furthermore the Compromise of 1850 led to a breakdown in the spirit of compromise in the United States in the antebellum period directly before the Civil War the Compromise exemplifies that spirit but the deaths of influential senators who worked on the compromise primarily Henry Clay and Daniel Webster contributed to the feeling of increasing disparity between the North and South, Many national capitals are also the largest city in their respective countries but in many countries this is not the case. 16.4 Primary sources Mr Armfield remained in Alexandria doing the purchasing with agents in Richmond and Warrenton Virginia and Baltimore Frederick and Easton Maryland (on Maryland's Eastern Shore near Delaware) Mr Franklin handled the selling out of New Orleans and Natchez Mississippi with offices in St Francisville and Vidalia Louisiana Their partnership grew to the point that when the partnership was dissolved in 1836 and the business sold they owned six ships for the sole purpose of transporting slaves with monthly and then biweekly sailings (The ships carried agricultural products on the return trips.) One of them the Isaac Franklin was built for them! ! 4.2.2 Congressional Research Service 6.3 Pacific Coast campaign In his 1885 memoirs Ulysses Grant wrote: When the Constitution was ratified in 1787 the ratio of the populations of large states to small states was roughly twelve to one the Connecticut Compromise gave every state large and small an equal vote in the Senate. Since each state has two senators residents of smaller states have more clout in the Senate than residents of larger states But since 1787 the population disparity between large and small states has grown; in 2006 for example California had seventy times the population of Wyoming. Critics such as constitutional scholar Sanford Levinson have suggested that the population disparity works against residents of large states and causes a steady redistribution of resources from "large states to small states". However others argue that the Connecticut Compromise was deliberately intended by the Founding Fathers to construct the Senate so that each state had equal footing not based on population and contend that the result works well on balance.