2 edition of R. F. Loper to Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War found in the catalog.
R. F. Loper to Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War
R. F. Loper
1863 in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E491 .L88|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31,  p.|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||19007379|
STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC LANDS AND BUILDINGS. J. V. Wolfe, Com'r of Public Lands and Buildings. President. W. F. Porter, Secretary of State. Johnson defied Congress by suspending Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton on Aug , and appointing Ulysses Grant secretary of war ad interim. Grant resigned this post on Janu , after the Senate refused to agree to Stanton’s dismissal.
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Title: R.F. Loper to Hon. E.M. Stanton, secretary of war: in self-defence against the aspersions of the Senate : R F LoperPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials and other works Author: R F Loper.
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Loper to Hon. E.M. Stanton, secretary of war in self-defence against the aspersions of the Senate Committee. Loper to Hon. Stanton, Secretary of War, in Self-Defence against the Aspersions of the Senate Committee Author LOPER, R.
F Format/binding Pamphlet Book condition Used - good Quantity available 1 Edition First Place of Publication Philadelphia Date published Book Edition: First. Get this from a library. R.F. Loper to Hon. E.M. Stanton, secretary of war: in self-defence against the aspersions of the Senate Committee.
[R F Loper; United States. War Department.; United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on the Banks' Expedition and Other Charters.].
Walter Stahr, award-winning author of the New York Times bestseller Seward, tells the story of Abraham Lincolns indispensable Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton, the man the president entrusted with raising the army that preserved the Union.
Of the crucial men close to President Lincoln, Secretary of War Edwin Stanton () was the most powerful and controversial/5. R.F. Loper to Hon. E.M. Stanton, secretary of war in self-defence against the aspersions of the Senate Committee.
by: Loper, R. Published: () Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco to the U. Congress, on the subject of subsidizing an Australian steamship line Published: (). This is a book that begins with a man and swells to include a country at the time of its most rending crisis.
Pratt claims that his is a work of correction, giving the much misused Stanton his due, especially in face of the McClellan claque. We see the Steubenville lawyer as he makes a name for himself in court — a name as a man of terrific application, honesty, lightning penetration.
Lincoln’s Assassination Mystery or Stanton’s Secret Agents Posted on Janu by Bummer Lincoln’s Assassination Mystery has confounded some historians for years and the question of Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton’s Secret Agents and a possible cover-up and conspiracy, haunt many scholars to this day.
R.F. Loper to Hon. E.M. Stanton, Secretary of War: in self-defence against the aspersions of the Senate Committee. () available in print Lord, Charles Eliphalet, published book about the secretary of war in the lincoln administration. bill is a native of new hampshire. he and ellen live up in the northern new hampshire area.
it is near conway, new hampshire. bill went to keene state university where he received an honorary phd even though they don't issue phd degrees. he got an honorary one. so that is very impressive.
that some of you know i been. Stahr’s illuminating account of Edwin Stanton () is the first new biography of Lincoln’s secretary of war in fifty years. The award-winning author of Seward and John Jay, Stahr. Edwin M. Stanton was secretary of war in Abraham Lincoln's cabinet for most of the Civil he had not been a political supporter of Lincoln's before joining the cabinet, he became devoted to him, and worked diligently to direct military operations until the end of the conflict.
Major themes and arguments Cover-up of the plan to kidnap Lincoln. The central premise of the book is that "traditional" historians have perpetuated a cover-up, originally orchestrated by Lincoln's Secretary of War Edwin M.
Stanton(D) and some Radical Republican allies inby over-reliance on false documentation produced by Stanton and his her: Schick Sunn Classic Books. Two years after the release of William Marvel's Lincoln's Autocrat, biographer Stahr (Seward: Lincoln's Indispensable Man) provides another in-depth study of President Lincoln's secretary of war, Edwin M.
Stanton (–69). This book outshines Marvel's by offering a broader context for Stanton's actions during the Civil : Simon & Schuster. Correspondence from Major-General Q.A.
Gilmore to Hon. STANTON, Secretary of War. C., Ap (Received 5 p. May 2.) Hon. STANTON, Secretary of War, Washington, D. C.: I have the honor to report that officers and scouts have arrived at Savannah, bringing the following information as to Major-General Wilson's.
Form to be filled out by the Supervisory Committee and sent to “Hon. E.M. Stanton, Secretary of War,” Series 3: Post-Civil War Documents in African American History Box 7.
A steam engine, built inwas named the "E. Stanton" in honor of the new Secretary of War. tanton County, Nebraska is named for him. Stanton Middle School in Hammondsville, Ohio is named after him.
In popular media. In the s, a book written by Otto Eisenschiml accused Stanton of arranging the assassination of s: Lucy Latham Stanton, David Edwin Stanton, M.D. The book espoused the hypothesis that Secretary of War Edwin Stanton was directly involved in Lincoln's death.
It alleged that Stanton was against Lincoln's mild Reconstruction policies and wanted him out of office so a more radical Reconstructionist policy could be employed. Loper has written: 'R.F. Loper to Hon.
E.M. Stanton, Secretary of War' -- subject(s): History, Transportation, United States Civil War, Asked in Actors & Actresses What movie and. It seemed like this book was a long day to day report from the Vietnam War and contained extreme details.
However, the book was very informative due to the primary accounts given by veterans and quotes from reports and other sources of information/5. Includes bibliographical references and index Introduction -- A fair prospect -- Jacksonian reformer -- On the way up -- At the heights of the law -- First blow for the Union -- From critic to colleague -- Secretary of War -- Organizing victory -- Failure and frustration -- Relentlessly and without remorse -- Discouraged but not despairing -- My way is clear -- War in good earnest -- Trampled Pages: Hon.
STANTON, Secretary of War. The following was also sent on the same day: HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, A detachment from General F. Porter’s command, under Major Williams, Sixth [p] Cavalry, destroyed the South Anna Railroad Bridge at about 9 a. to-day. A large quantity of Confederate public property was.
(Edwin M. Stanton) When one thinks of impactful figures in American history few would come up with the name, Edwin M.
Stanton. However, without Stanton the North would have had a much more difficult time defeating the South in the Civil War, the night Abraham Lincoln was assassinated someone else would have had to step forward to round up the conspirators and capture John Wilkes.
Hon. STANTON, Secretary of War: I telegraphed a request that I might confer by letter before executing your telegraphic order concerning provost-marshals'.
Because of the expense and delay inherent in new construction, during the Mexican War Secretary William L. Marcy turned to lease arrangements with private builders, while during the Civil War Secretary Edwin M.
Stanton secured sufficient funds to add two floors to Old War. Title Engine "E.M. Stanton," Alexandria, July Summary Photograph shows the locomotive "E.M. Stanton," built in and named for the secretary of war, on.
U.S. Secretary of War Edwin McMasters Stanton (USA) Edwin McMasters Stanton was born in Steubenville, Ohio, on 19 December He studied law and was admitted to practice in Stanton worked hard at the expense of his health.
Inhe was elected the prosecutor of. Edwin McMasters Stanton was the Secretary of War in the Lincoln administration during the American Civil War.
Edwin Stanton was born on Decemin Steubenville, Ohio. His father was a member of the Society of Friends, and his mother was a Methodist.
They both despised slavery and instilled this belief in their son. Hon. STANTON, Secretary of War, Washington, D. C.: SIR: I inclose you herewith copy of a letter+ this day addressed to General Burbridge, who commands the District of Kentucky, an I have furnished a copy to all department commanders subject to my orders.
I doubt whether the President will sustain me, but if he don't interfere is all I ask. What country did Don Loper come from. We need you to answer this question.
If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the conversation. A detailed bio of a fascinating man and great American, "Stanton" is 2 stories in one book: an almost day-by-day account of the role of Lincoln's war minister throughout the years of the war between the states, and a concise, well-told history of reconstruction and the impeachment of Andrew Johnson/5(24).
Expedition from Beaufort, S. C., up the Saint Mary's River, in Georgia and Florida January 23 - February 1, Hon. STANTON, Secretary of War.
SOURCE: United States War Department. THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Series I, Volume The impeachment of Andrew Johnson was initiated on Februwhen the United States House of Representatives resolved to impeach Andrew Johnson, the 17th president of the United States, for "high crimes and misdemeanors," which were detailed in 11 articles of primary charge against Johnson was that he had violated the Tenure of Office Act, passed by Congress in March.
Editorial Reviews. Midwest Book Review, August "War vet and historian Shelby Stanton reported for military duty in Southeast Asia and worked with the Green Beret forces: his Special Forces at War therefore offers a rare insider's experience paired with a scholarly historical approach, making it an essential standout for any military library strong in modern warfare.1/5(1).
Counsellor: Sir Percivale Liesching, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., K.C.V.O.: Richard R. Sedgwick, C.M.G.: Maurice E. Antrobus, C.M.G., O.B.E.: Walter J.
War Department in recommending the Pres--dent to mske a change in the command of the Army of the Potomac.' IIkadquartkks op the Army. I '.-Washington, Octo 18GJ Hon. Stanlon, Secretary of War: Sir: In reply, to the general interrogatories con-tained in your letter of yesterday.
have the honor to report: ' First. That. Walter Stahr, award-winning author of the New York Times bestseller Seward, tells the story of Abraham Lincoln's indispensable Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton, the man the president entrusted with raising the army that preserved the Union.
Of the crucial men close to President Lincoln, Secretary of War Edwin Stanton () was the most powerful and controversial. En Español Civil War Union Court-Martial Case Files WinterVol. 30, No. 4 | Genealogy Notes By Trevor K. Plante [table striped="true" responsive="true"] These Union soldiers from the Army of the Cumberland are awaiting court-martial.
(NARA, B) [/table] Often, researching a family member's Civil War military service can be a double-edged sword. Now He Belongs to the Ages By: David Freund, Chief Leadership Officer The date was April 15th, The time, AM.
President Abraham Lincoln’s 9-hour struggle for life was over. At his bedside Edwin Stanton, U.S. Secretary of War softly said: “Now he belongs to the ages.” It is said that Stanton, Lincoln’s former [ ].The three days' battle of Chattanooga, 23d, 24th, 25th November, [!] An unofficial dispatch from General Meigs to the Hon.
E.M. Stanton, secretary of war. Now first correctly printed. (Washington, D.C., McGill & Witherow, printers, ), by Montgomery C. Meigs (page images at HathiTrust).Secretary of War Edwin M.
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