GOVERNOR WILLIAM CARROLL PAPERS, 1829-1835

The second administrations of Governor William Carroll were much like the first; there were no distracting wars; the Indian questions were quiescent and the country generally was devoting itself to business. It was probably during this period that the foundations for some of the state’s agricultural fortunes began to be laid; various resorts, like Pleasant Exchange and numerous watering places, were commencing to enjoy popularity.