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United States -- Politics and government -- 1849-1877.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Andrew Johnson President's Message

Identifier: MS-3421
Abstract This double-sided broadside presents the President's Message to the Senate and House of Representatives on December 13, 1866. Johnson opened by reviewing the progress of restoration since December 4, 1865, then asked Congress to accept the credentials of the representatives from the states that had engaged in the rebillion (sic). Following the President's Message is an editorial from the New York Evening Post about the proposition to extend amnesty to the residents of Confederate states in...
Dates: 1866 December 13

Charles L. Stephenson Letter

Identifier: MS-2249

In a July 23, 1868 letter to George S. Stephenson, Charles L. Stephenson of Galena, Ill., writes of news from home as well as his feelings about President Andrew Johnson, who he calls a bad man.

Dates: 1868 July 23

John Eaton Papers

Identifier: MS-2256

The John Eaton Papers, written in a November 24th, 1877 letter, include a description of schools in the Puget Sound area, a plea for help in establishing a new Christian school in Washington state, and an announcement regarding the opening of free schools.

Dates: circa 1870-1877

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