This essay focuses on stating is Pennsylvania.You should write a minimum of one paragraph for each part of the question.
Part II. Essay (30 points). Answer the following question for 30 points. Do not restate or include the question in your response. Be sure to answer all parts of the question. You should write a minimum of one paragraph for each part of the question.
Why did opponents want to disrupt the anti-slavery meeting?. How did what happened at Pennsylvania Hall galvanize the abolition movement in Pennsylvania?. Be sure to provide specific examples from and references to Tomek’s book to support your answer. The book that it is stating is Pennsylvania Hall A “Legal Lynching” in the Shadow of the Liberty Bell by Beverly C. Tomek. I do not have the book as an online version, so if possible it would be great if yo have access to the book.
When the Federal-style “Hills Capitol” (named for its builder, Stephen Hills, a Lancaster architect) was construct on. A hilltop land grant of four acres set aside for a seat of state government by the prescient. Entrepreneurial son and namesake of John Harris, Sr.
A Yorkshire native who had find a trading post in 1705 and ferry (1733) on the east shore of the Susquehanna River. The Hills Capitol burn down on February 2, 1897, during a heavy snowstorm, presumably because of a faulty flue.
The General Assembly met at Grace Methodist Church on State Street (still standing) until a new capitol could be built. Following an architectural selection contest that many allege had been “rig. Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb was charge with designing and building a replacement building. However, the legislature had little money to allocate to the project, and a roughly finished. Somewhat industrial building (the Cobb Capitol) was complete.
The General Assembly refused to occupy the building. Political and popular indignation in 1901 prompted a second contest that was restrict to Pennsylvania architects. And Joseph Miller Huston of Philadelphia was chosen to design the present Pennsylvania State. Capitol that incorporated Cobb’s building into magnificent public work finish and dedicated in 1907.