Encyclopedia Britannica gives you the basics about Daniel Webster.
Link to Remini's biography of Webster on Amazon.
Link to Richard Current's biography of Webster. The book offers a compelling take on Webster's role in the development of American politics.
Link to Merrill D. Peterson's joint biography of Webster and his contemporaries, John C. Calhoun and Henry Clay. Both were also U.S. senators and leading politicians from the War of 1812 through the early 1850's. Together, the three men were known as the
The first two speeches listed were part of a tariff debate that came to revolve around larger issues, most notably the nature of the union. In the second speech, Webster's Second Reply to Hayne, Webster made an impassioned case for a cohesive nation. It was perhaps his greatest speech.
A painting of Webster addressing the U.S. Senate during his famous Second Reply to Hayne speech. It hangs in Boston's Faneuil Hall.
A collection of quotes from Webster's speeches and writings.