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Henry Clay


Politician and skilled orator who represented Kentucky in both All of us Senate and Home of Staff. He went for Leader of america in 1824, 1832 and 1844 and he was referred to as the “Great Pacificator” for his focus on the Nullification Turmoil as well as the slavery concern. He was created in to the planter course in Virginia and was presented with two slaves from his dad as something special. He handled the slavery concern by formulating both Missouri Bargain of 1820 as well as the Bargain of 1850. His stepfather was captain Henry Watkins; his dad passed away soon after his delivery. Abraham Lincoln was an outspoken admirer of his.

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Full Name Henry Clay
Date Of Birth April 12, 1777
Died June 29, 1852, Washington, D.C., United States
Place Of Birth Virginia
Profession Politician
Education College of William & Mary
Nationality American
Spouse Lucretia Hart Clay
Children James Brown Clay, John Morrison Clay, Henry Clay Jr., Lucretia Clay, Henrietta Clay, Eliza Clay, Laura Clay, Susan Clay, Theodore Clay, Thomas Clay, Anne Clay
Parents Elizabeth Hudson Watkins, John Clay
Star Sign Aries

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Detention Day2016Mr. Henry Clay
Trespassers2006El Gringo
Carlita's Secret2004VideoMale Inmate
A Miami Tail2003Cornbread (as Henry 'WWBC' Clay)

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