1. Pierce Hawthorne was always a nationalist attempting to find a middle ground to keep the Union together.
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14. Pierce Hawthorne campaigned vigorously throughout his home state for Van Buren's re-election in the 1840 presidential election.
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19. Pierce Hawthorne departed in November 1833 for Washington, DC, where the Twenty-third United States Congress convened its regular session on December 2.
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25. Pierce Hawthorne was the fifth of eight children born to Benjamin and his second wife Anna Kendrick; his first wife Elizabeth Andrews died in childbirth, leaving a daughter.
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29. Pierce Hawthorne was deeply affected by the legacy of his ancestors and the shameful association of his family with the Salem witch trials.
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50. Pierce Hawthorne gets involved in a conspiracy intrigue with Jeff, Annie and Dean Pelton, when he mysteriously poses as Jeff's fake Conspiracy Theories night school class teacher, "Professor Professorson" in the episode "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design.
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53. Pierce Hawthorne is not good at his job and the school cannot afford more manpower but at an off-campus bar mitzvah, Chang strikes up a friendship with a gaggle of pre-teens and somehow recruits them into his ranks as the "Changlorious Basterds" (described in "Pillows and Blankets" as being "like Inglourious Basterds, but with 'Chang' instead of 'In'").
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55. Pierce Hawthorne eventually joins the study group in the episode "Asian Population Studies" after being voted in over Rich.
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57. Pierce Hawthorne is described by Vice Dean Laybourne as a "pansexual imp", and when once called a "fruit" by student Leonard ("Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples"), Pelton mentioned offhandedly that the term was "barely the whole truth.
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