3 edition of Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration found in the catalog.
|Statement||by L.E. Chittenden ...|
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|Pagination||viii, 470 p. front. (port.)|
|Number of Pages||470|
McClure included the anecdote in his own memoirs of the War years (Abraham Lincoln and Men of War Times, Some Personal Recollections of War and Politics During the Lincoln Administration, published in ) so I am unsure as to why the . Lincoln abhorred titles and would often say, “Call me Lincoln; ‘Mr. President’ is entirely too formal.” 35 In the course of conversation with guests, it was not uncommon for Lincoln to swing his legs over his chair or to stretch out on his sofa with his hands folded over the top of his head. 36 The lack of formality and etiquette surely. RECOLLECTIONS OF LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION. BY SEATON MIWBOE. The following simple narrative of events and incidents con nected with the assassination of President Lincoln is intended to be confined to the knowledge and personal experience of the writer. As he has never, at home or abroad, encountered any.
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VINTAGE RECOLLECTIONS OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND HIS ADMINSTRATION5/5(3). Recollections of L.E. Chittenden who served as the Register of the Treasury in Lincoln's administration. Recollections of President Lincoln and His Administration Lucius Eugene Chittenden Full view - Recollections of President Lincoln and His Administration.
-- A second presidential reception: Mr. Lincoln converses with leading Southerners ; His duty to the Constitution -- The last week of President Buchanan's administration -- The inauguration: A memorable scene -- Some notes upon General Scott and Robert E.
Lee -- The Nones and Ides of March: The new Cabinet -- A novel induction into office. Get this from a library. Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration. [L E Chittenden; Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana (Library of Congress); Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress); Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
Libraries)] -- Recollections of L.E. Chittenden who served as the Register of the. The most intimate and informed personal account of day-to-day encounters with Lincoln I've read.
Chittenden served as Asst. Sect. of the Treasury. Touching and moving how the author writes about his respect for the president.5/5(1). --A second presidential reception: Mr. Lincoln converses with leading Southerners ; His duty to the Constitution --The last week of President Buchanan's administration --The inauguration: A memorable scene --Some notes upon General Scott and Robert E.
Lee --The Nones and Ides of March: The new Cabinet --A novel induction into office --The. Ward Hill Lamon (January 6, May 7, ) was a personal friend and self-appointed bodyguard of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln.
Lamon was famously absent the night Lincoln was assassinated at Ford's Theatre on Aphaving been sent by Lincoln to Richmond, Virginia.4/5. Open Library Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration book an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration by Lucius Eugene Chittenden,Harper edition, Electronic resourceCited by: 4. In the book Recollections of President Lincoln and his Administration, author L.E. Chittenden argues that there was no need for any precautions, such as a disguise, because Lincoln "entered the sleeping–car at Philadelphia, and slept until awakened within a few miles of Washington.".
Inthe publication of Abraham Lincoln and Men of War-Times caused an angry exchange of letters (included in this edition) between McClure and the late president’s secretary, John G. Nicolay. For all his nobility, Lincoln was a shrewd and cautious politician, running scared for reelection until major Union army victories in September The image above shows the 16th president laid out in his coffin in New York's city hall.
The daguerrotype is the only image of Lincoln in death that has been preserved—and it. I have been influenced also by a friend who is a great Lincoln scholar and who, impressed with the injustice done my father, has urged me for several years to reissue the book of "Recollections," add a sketch of his life and publish letters that show his standing during Lincoln's administration.
Hamlin was sacrificed in when President Lincoln and Republicans wanted to present a “Union” face to the electorate and added southern Democrat Andrew Johnson to the ticket.
The greatest irony of Mr. Lincoln’s administration was that he grew closest to two men who were once his critics—Seward and Edwin Stanton, who replaced Cameron.
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Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration. (New York, Harper & brothers, ), by L. Chittenden (page images at HathiTrust) Abraham Lincoln, a lecture, (New York, C. Farrell, ), by Robert Green Ingersoll (page images at HathiTrust).
In his book, “Recollections of President Lincoln and his Administration,” L.E. Chittenden argues that there was no need for any precautions, such as a disguise, because Lincoln "entered. Ward Hill Lamon's Recollections of Abraham Lincoln, – remains a popular source for Lincoln biographers despite charges that he relied on "reading rather than experience." Douglas L.
Wilson points out that as Lincoln's early partner, self-anointed bodyguard, and secret agent Lamon was "one of the few people in the president's circle" with access to Lincoln's inner : Paul M.
Zall. Recollections of President Lincoln and His Administration. by Lucius Eugene Chit Recollections of President - $ of Lincoln President Recollections Chit and Eugene by Administration. His Lucius Lucius His Administration. of and Eugene Lincoln by Recollections President Chit. Chittenden, “Register of the Treasury” in Recollections of President Lincoln and His Administration (New York: Harper and Brothers, ), The evidence of Lincoln’s turn to the supernatural is summed up in Richard N.
Current, The Lincoln Nobody Knows (New York: Hill and Wang, ), chap. Read this book on Questia. An associate of Abraham Lincoln offers an intimate view of the president's relations with military men and top politicians, placing particular emphasis on the.
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The Taney Arrest Warrant is a conjectural controversy in Abraham Lincoln scholarship. The argument is that in late May or early JunePresident Lincoln secretly ordered an arrest warrant for Roger B. Taney, the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, but abandoned the arrest order is said to have been in response to Taney's Circuit Judge ruling in Ex parte Merryman.
An unknown heroine; an historical episode of the war between the states / 5 Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration 3 / 5 The capture of Ticonderoga: annual address before the Vermont Historical Society delivered at Montpelier, Vt., on Tuesday evening, October 8, / /5(2). access to Lincoln’s inner life.3 Lamon’s modern editor Rodney Davis credits him with transforming Lincoln biography from romance to realism.4 But the Recollections as edited by his daughter Dorothy Teil-lard continues to worry specialists like Harold Holzer who in Lincoln President-Elect () puzzles over Teillard’s inconsistencies surrender and Washington in the days Lincoln’s Assassination.
–– Apr “Meet Karen Needles” by Kathy Canavan Information on Karen Needles, researcher and owner of the Lincoln Archives Digital Project website, an attempt to digitize as many of the 30 million records created during President Lincoln’s administration as possible.
Recollections of Abraham Lincoln, You were his partner for years in the practice of law, his confidential friend during the time he was President.
I venture to say there is now none living other than yourself in whom he so much confided, and to whom he gave free expression of his feeling towards others, his trials and troubles in conducting. As the Civil War raged, President Abraham Lincoln spent many hours in the War Departments telegraph office, where he received all his telegrams.
Morning, noon, and night Lincoln would visit the small office to receive the latest news from the armies at the front. The place was a Brand: UNP - Nebraska. There are thousands of published Lincoln recollections. We have compiled a bibliography of hundreds of them here, focusing on sources that are freely accessible online.
The Life and Administration of Abraham Lincoln. London: Bacon & Co., Recollections of President Lincoln and His Administration. New York: Harper & Brothers, Wilson wrote that President Lincoln and generally about where to get necessary votes in Congress to carry through the various policies of his administration.” 6 In his Recollections of as his own mentor, Horace Greeley, whom he supported for President in Dana’s memories were collected in a book, Recollections of the Civil.
Life of Abraham Lincoln: Presenting His Early History, Political Career, and Speeches In and Out of Congress; Also, a General View of his Policy as President of the United States; With His Messages, Proclamations, Letters, etc., and a History of His Eventful Administration, and of the Scenes Attendant Upon His Tragic and Lamented Demise.
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and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(7). Recollections of Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg One of our generous readers, R. Cooke, sent in these eyewitness accounts on Febru They recall the day in that Lincoln gave his famous address at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Consequently, Lincoln was insistent on using his influence as President of the United States to assure the Thirteenth Amendment’s passage. Fortunately for the slaves, he succeeded before he was assassinated on Ap Lincoln's voice and mannerisms.
What about other aspects of the movie. Lincoln’s voice, for instance. According to the book "Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion," Lincoln is often considered the first manipulator of the press.
He was the only sitting president to write a. Abraham Lincoln (/ ˈ l ɪ ŋ k ən /; Febru – Ap ) was an American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th president of the United States (–). Lincoln led the nation through its greatest moral, constitutional, and political crisis in the American Civil preserved the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the Born: FebruSinking Spring Farm.
And now hatred of Lincoln developed a new, deadlier character, as dissenting Northerners and ground-under-heel Southerners woke to the awful dawn of four more years of Lincoln's "abuses." This short period culminated in Lincoln's assassination on Ap It was only with his death that Lincoln's popularity soared.
lincoln and the sleeping sentinel. the true story. told by. chittenden. register of the treasury, and author of “recollections of president lincoln and his administration” with portraits.
new york and london. harper & brothers publishers. mcmix. The speaker was Abraham Lincoln, president-elect of the United States, urging Ward Hill Lamon to accompany him to Washington on Febru "You must go," Lincoln exhorted, "and go to stay." Lamon--Lincoln familiarly called him Hill--was Lincoln's law partner in Danville, Illinois.Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was assassinated by well-known stage actor John Wilkes Booth on Apwhile attending the play Our American Cousin at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.
Shot in the head as he watched the play, Lincoln died the following day at am, in the Petersen House opposite the theater. He was the first U.S. president to be Location: Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.Lincoln and two cabinet members present.
Lincoln walks to White House. Notebook, FebruaryJohn G. Nicolay Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, DC; Lucius E. Chittenden, Recollections of President Lincoln and his Administration (New York: Harper, ), /5.