The Papers of Andrew Johnson: February-August 1867

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Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1967 - Biography & Autobiography - 592 pages
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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.
 

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Contents

75
18
April 1867
199
May 1867
245
June 1867
297
July 1867
367
August 1867
447
Administration of Andrew Johnson
537
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Bergeron is professor of history at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.