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Includes bibliographical references (p. -226) and index.
|Statement||John L. Myers.|
|LC Classifications||E415.9.W6 M95 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 233 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2007933448|
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John L. Myers is Emeritus Professor of History, State University of New York, Plattsburgh. Inhe published Henry Wilson and the Coming of the Civil War (University Press of America). He has written a large number of articles dealing with the antislavery agents in the s.
His received his Ph.D. from the University of : Paperback. By the beginning of the Civil War, Massachusetts Senator Henry Wilson had established himself as one of the leaders of the Republican party.
Together with Abraham Lincoln and Henry B. Stanton, Wilson ranks as one of the three most important civilian figures that contributed to creating and sustaining the : He has previously published Henry Wilson and the Coming of the Civil War (University Press of America, ) and Senator Henry Wilson and the Civil War (University Press of America, ).
He has written a large number of articles dealing with the antislavery agents of the : John L. Myers. Inhe published Henry Wilson and the Coming of the Civil War (University Press of America).
He has written a large number of articles dealing with the antislavery agents in the s. Senator Henry Wilson and the Civil War. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Henry Wilson; Henry Wilson; Henry (Politiker) Wilson: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John L Myers.
This biography deals with the life of Henry Wilson, one of the most important figures of the middle third of the Nineteenth Century, up to the time of the Civil War. Among its concerns are the political antislavery movement, economic development, the rise of a working class politician in an aristocratic-controlled state, prohibition, and Pages: senator henry wilson and the civil war are a good way to achieve details about operating certainproducts.
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When the southern states seceded in and and the Republicans moved into the majority, Henry Wilson assumed the chairmanship of the Senate Committee on Military Affairs, a key legislative post during the Civil War.
Apparently overwhelmed by the task of writing his annual report to Congress, Halleck recommended to the Committee on Military Affairs the collection and publication of official documents and reports on all Civil War operations.
Republican Senator Henry Wilson of Massachusetts, Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs, introduced a. WILSON, HENRY, a Senator from Massachusetts and a Vice President of the United States; born Jeremiah Jones Colbath in Farmington, N.H., Febru ; worked on a farm; attended the common schools; had his name legally changed by the legislature to Henry Wilson in ; moved to Natick, Mass., in and learned the shoemaker's trade; attended the Strafford, Wolfsboro, and.
Henry Wilson and the coming of the Civil War. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Henry Wilson; Henry Wilson; Henry (Politiker) Wilson: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John L Myers.
The Caning of Charles Sumner, or the Brooks–Sumner Affair, occurred onin the United States Senate, when Representative Preston Brooks, a pro-slavery Democrat from South Carolina, used a walking cane to attack Senator Charles Sumner, an abolitionist Republican from Massachusetts, in retaliation for a speech given by Sumner two days earlier in which he fiercely criticized.
Upon the outbreak of the Civil War he was made chairman of the military committee of the Senate, and in this position performed most laborious and important work for the four years of the war.
The Republicans nominated Wilson for the vice-presidency inand he was elected; but he died on the 22nd of November before completing his term. Senator Henry Wilson, Massachusetts Republican, sought the inclusion of six African-American regiments in the post Civil War army.
Senator Benjamin F. Wade of Ohio proposed that two of the cavalry regiments should be composed of black enlisted personnel. By the beginning of the Civil War, Massachusetts Senator Henry Wilson had established himself as one of the leaders of the Republican party.
Together with Abraham Lincoln and Henry B. Stanton, Wilson ranks as one of the three most important civilian figures that contributed to creating and sustaining the military.
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Once the Civil War began Greenhow overheard and collected war secrets from her friends and acquaintances. Her admirers included Senator Henry Wilson, then chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs, and Senator Joseph Lane of Oregon. Congressional Bloodshed: The Run-Up to the Civil War A satirical depiction of the moment when Senator Henry S.
Foote drew his pistol on Senator Thomas Hart Benton. Credit Author: David S. Reynolds. Henry Wilson. On Januthe Senate passed a resolution introduced by Senator George Hoar of Massachusetts calling for the installation of a marble tablet in the Vice President’s Room in the U.S.
Capitol in memory of Vice President Henry Wilson, who had died in the room 10 years earlier. Senator Henry Wilson of Massachusetts, by Mathew Brady, As Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs, Senator Henry Wilson of Massachusetts was sympathetic to Clara Barton’s mission and garnered congressional support for her work.
Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. The conscription law during World War I differed from the Civil War draft especially because it a. exempted men older that thirty-five and younger than twenty-one from service.
drafted women as well as men. drafted men for the navy and air force as well as the army. contained no provisions for hiring a substitute or purchasing an exemption. War Watchers at Bull Run During America’s Civil War Nineteenth-century Centreville, Virginia, was hardly a place to inspire awe.
One man wrote of it in July‘It looks for all the world as though it had done its business, whatever it was, fully eighty years ago, and since then had bolted its doors, put out its fires, and gone to : Historynet Staff.
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Brands brings to life a transitional era of American politics when the scope and power of. Henry Wilson () Henry Wilson (Febru - Novem ) was a Senator from Massachusetts and the eighteenth Vice President of the United States.
Wilson was born Jeremiah Jones Colbath in Farmington, New Hampshire. Henry Wilson served as U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (), and as vice president () under Ulysses S. Grant. He was active in the anti-slavery movement and in the Free Soil Party. Wilson, an active Lincoln supporter, was chair of the Senate Committee on Military Affairs during the Civil War.
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Drawn from letters, diaries, speeches, articles, poems, songs, military reports, legal opinions, and memoirs, The Civil War: The First Year brings together over pieces by more than sixty participants to create a unique firsthand narrative of this great historical crisis.
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The conscription law during World War I differed from the Civil War. Rising to speak to the Senate on Dec. 4,the third day of the Congressional session, Henry Wilson of Massachusetts brandished a report on the sordid conditions in the Washington jail and, in particular, on 60 African-American prisoners held within it.
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Lewis was a Freedom Rider, spoke at 's March on. American Lives: Reconsidering Henry Clay Henry Clay was a leading 19th century representative, senator, presidential candidate — and slaveholder who condemned slavery. In Henry. Henry Wilson was born on Februin Farmington, New Hampshire. He was born Jeremiah Jones Colbath, but legally changed his name when he was twenty-one years old.
Wilson grew up very poor, and when he was ten years old, his father hired him out as an apprentice to a local farmer. HENRY WILSON.” Henry Wilson (born Jeremiah Jones Colbath) on Febru in Farmington, New Hampshire. He was the 18th Vice President of the United States (–75) and a Senator from Massachusetts (–73).
Before and during the Civil War, he was a leading Republican, and a strong opponent of slavery.