034 – Source Notes

DeWitt Clinton by Rembrandt Peale [c. 1823], courtesy of Wikipedia
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The music sample from this episode came from the Henry Clay APUSH Video by Ben Glasser available on YouTube which is a highly recommended, humorous ode to Clay’s accomplishments. Believe me, the tune’s addictive.

And finally, for those interested, the t-shirts mentioned in the episode:

Andrew‘s 1844 Clay Campaign Shirt My 1840 Tippecanoe Campaign Shirt