An Excellent and Effective Speaker
Daniel Webster would soon grow up to be an intelligent politician and lawyer, but he started at humble beginnings. He studied at Dartmouth College to be a lawyer. His first job was as an apprentice to a lawyer. While he was a lawyer, he was also a public speaker, spreading his political ideas throughout the states. As Webster becamse more famous, he argued more serious cases. He was a lawyer for very famous court cases such as Gibbons vs Ogden.
Famous Constitutional Lawyer, Daniel Webster.
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As a Politician
As secretary of state (1841-1843, 1850-1852), Webster earned a reputation as one of the greatest ever to hold the office. His most notable achievement was the negotiation of the Webster-Ashburton Treaty, which settled a long-standing dispute over the Maine and New Brunswick boundary and ended a threat of war between Great Britain and the United States.
There is always room at the top. -Daniel Webster
As a Federalist Leader
Webster shared his ideas of federalism with many people. Federalism gives the government more power. As Webster was orating about federalism, he became a key leader it the federalist party. He became a well known politician as well as a lawyer, and even became one of the president's helpers. Webster influenced us all.