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Andrew Johnson Impeachment Record

Identifier: MS-3420

This lithograph records the senate's vote for impeachment, held on May 16 and May 26, 1868. It is signed by Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice, and John W. Forney, Secretary. Below their names are listed 35 signatures of those voting guilty and 19 signatures of those voting not guilty.

Dates: 1868 May 26

Andrew Johnson Impeachment Tickets

Identifier: MS-3558
Abstract These two tickets would have admitted the bearer to the gallery of the US Senate in order to watch the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. The ticket for March 24 is bright yellow pasteboard and has No. 921 on its stub. The ticket for April 27 is bright green pasteboard and has No. 283 on its stub. Included in this collection is the envelope they arrived in. It is addressed to Hon. Andrew Johnson, United States Senator, Greeneville, Tennessee, and is postmarked Dec 16 from...
Dates: 1868 March 24, April 27

Henry Flanders Letter to Andrew Johnson

Identifier: MS-1868

Henry Flanders wrote this letter to President Andrew Johnson on March 4, 1867, shortly after he returned from a visit to London. He enclosed several pamphlets (not included), which express foreign opinion of the consistent and courageous administration of the duties of your high office. Flanders also offers his opinion as to the identity of the pamphlets' author.

Dates: 1867 March 4

Papers of Andrew Johnson Project Records

Identifier: AR-0457
Abstract This collection houses photocopied handwritten documents, microfilm, handwritten and typed notes, correspondence, congressional records, bills, pension records, military service records, diaries, journal articles, newspapers, and transcripts used to write The Papers of Andrew Johnson, a sixteen-volume set covering the years 1858 to 1875. Some material that was not published in the final set is included here. Additionally, the collection houses information about the Project itself, including...
Dates: 1829-2000; Majority of material found within 1845-2000