The Papers of Andrew Johnson: February-August 1867
Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1967 - Biography & Autobiography - 592 pages
From February to August 1867 there was a great deal of bad news for Andrew Johnson and very little good news. The earlier struggles between Congress and the president intensified, and threats of impeachment continued unabated, fed by the activity of the House Judiciary Committee. The Papers of Andrew Johnson will number some sixteen volumes. Devoted principally to correspondence, speeches, and official documents, they will also be significant for their insights into the mind of mid-nineteenth century America.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Administration of Andrew Johnson
Other editions - View all
administration Andrew Johnson appointment Appts April Army Assessor attorney August authority BDUSC believe bill brevetted brigadier Brownlow Census citizens City civil Collector command commissioner Committee Congressional Constitution court Dear Sir Department directories Dist DLC-JP duties elected Executive favor feel Fifth Military District File friends Genl Government Governor Grant Henry Stanbery honor hope Hugh McCulloch Ibid impeachment Indian Internal Revenue Service James John Johnson Papers Judge July June lawyer Lets letter Louisiana March McCulloch ment Military Reconstruction Act Nashville National negroes nominated Orleans pardon party peace persons Philadelphia political President Radical Recd reference rejected removal Republican request respectfully Secretary Secretary of War Senate Ex sent served Sess Sheridan Stanton Tenn Tennessee Territory Thomas tion Treasury Union United veto vote Washington Washington D.C. Washington Evening Star William York York Tribune
All Book Search results »
Just the Facts: How "Objectivity" Came to Define American Journalism
David T.Z. Mindich
No preview available - 2000