1 edition of The re-election of Mr. Lincoln found in the catalog.
Written in English
Detached from The Universalist Quarterly, New series, vol. II, January 1865 (article VI.)
|Statement||[Rev. B. Peters]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||pages 77-92 ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
On November 8, , Northern voters overwhelmingly endorse the leadership and policies of President Abraham Lincoln when they elect him to . In his new book, The Civil War in 50 Objects, historian Harold Holzer tells the story of how Lincoln almost fell for it. Harold Holzer Updated Jul. 11, PM ET / Published May. 02, 4 Author: Harold Holzer.
Visitors from Congress: Isaac N. Arnold () Congressman from Illinois (Republican, ), abolitionist, and strong Lincoln loyalist in the House of Representatives, Isaac N. Arnold was a state legislator who shifted from Democratic to Free Soil to Republican Parties and helped form the Illinois Republican Party. The text includes multiple examples of Lincoln's political cunning—from the time he was elected in through his re-election and the end of the war. Lincoln's re-election assured the war would continue, as he had no desire for peace, only complete capitulation of the South.
Now Mr Lincoln dont you think you oght to stop this thing and make them do the same by the colored men they have lived in idleness all their lives on Author: Karen Abbott. Lincoln engraving by John Sartain Abraham Lincoln's boyhood in Kentucky -- Abraham Lincoln's thirteen years in Indiana -- Lincoln in Illinois, as a rail-splitter, a clerk, and a volunteer -- Mr. Lincoln as a politician -- Mr. Lincoln in Congress and "on the stump" -- Abraham Lincoln's nomination and election to the presidency of the United States -- The gathering storm in the southern.
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Books: Long, David E. The Jewel of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln's Re-Election and the End of Slavery. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, Nelson, Larry E. Bullets, Ballots and Rhetoric: Confederate Policy for the United States Presidential Contest of Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, He gave his support to Lincoln and asked his supporters to work for Lincoln’s re-election.
Lincoln won a solid victory in the popular vote, taking 55%. He won in a landslide in the Electoral College. But just a few months earlier, he was preparing to turn power over to the new President after losing his Author: John S.
Cooper. The religious views of Abraham Lincoln are a matter of interest among scholars and the n grew up in a highly religious Baptist family. He never joined any Church, and was a skeptic as a young man and sometimes ridiculed revivalists. He frequently referred to God and had a deep knowledge of the Bible, often quoting n attended Protestant church services with his wife and.
Abraham Lincoln's Path to Reelection in Our Greatest Victory - Kindle edition by Martin, Jr., Fred. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Abraham Lincoln's Path to Reelection in 5/5(7).
John Waugh's book is a great insight into Lincoln's re-election bid in The book is replete with examples of Lincoln's astuteness as a politician. Although, Lincoln was a self-made commander in chief with no real military experience, he was very able. Lincoln envisioned, before his generals, that the war would be by: Many of Lincoln's friends predicted the success of McClellan.
Lincoln himself was almost in despair of re-election. In Volume I, on this subject, Morse has this: In Lincoln's party the foremost men, as the time approached for a second term, so strongly opposed Lincoln they determined to prevent his re-election. Goodwin The re-election of Mr. Lincoln book the Civil War journalist Charles Anderson Dana who wrote: “All the power and influence of the War Department was employed to secure the re-election of Mr.
Lincoln” (pages Author: Gregg Jarrett. Lincoln's Re-election and Rebel Discouragement. April 1, But if Mr. LINCOLN's successor were to be not a Copperhead, but a genuine Union man, the rebels yet would find in the fact.
Copperheads, who advocated peace at any price, were ascendant. People in the North were tired of the war; many of them blamed Lincoln because he was said to be a despot, an incompetent "ape", stupid, or all four.
Lincoln faced a very dire prospect approaching his re-election. This book tells how it all turned out and why. Good stuff!/5(22). "Had Mr. Lincoln moved faster than he has done, he would have left the people behind him, and lost the support without which no popular government can conduct an exhausting war." (p11) "As a MAN OF THE PEOPLE, understanding them and trusted by them, he has proved himself the man for the time.".
About a third of the way into this very positive look at the life of Abraham Lincoln it came to my attention that the book was written in that explained a lot.
the style of writing was a bit different from what we see today and I have to say that the portrayal of Lincoln was EXTREMELY positive, to the point of sometimes being excessive.4/5. A masterful work by Pulitzer Prize–winning author David Herbert Donald, Lincoln is a stunning portrait of Abraham Lincoln’s life and presidency.
Donald brilliantly depicts Lincoln’s gradual ascent from humble beginnings in rural Kentucky to the ever-expanding political circles in Illinois, and finally to the presidency of a country divided by civil war/5(K).
Novem - Lincoln elected to Second Term. On this day inNorthern voters overwhelmingly endorse the leadership and policies of President Abraham Lincoln when they elect him to a second term. With his re-election, any hope for a negotiated settlement with the Confederacy vanished. Electoral College votes were counted from 25 states.
The Lincoln–Douglas debates (also known as The Great Debates of ) were a series of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln, the Republican Party candidate for the United States Senate from Illinois, and incumbent Senator Stephen Douglas, the Democratic Party candidate. Until the 17th Constitutional Amendment ofsenators were elected by state legislatures, so Lincoln and.
Emancipation, the Union Army, and the Reelection of Abraham Lincoln. By Jonathan White Louisiana State University Press,$ In allowed soldiers to vote in the field, 11 of which tabulated the returns the election of19 states separately.
William H. Herndon, Abraham Lincoln's law partner and biographer, made a record of "secret and privatethings" about Lincoln in two memorandum books that long ago disappeared. Now diary entries.
Lincoln became the second president to be reelected since Andrew Jackson in Northern voters overwhelmingly voted for Lincoln. By re-electing him, the country supported his war policy of no negotiation with the Confederacy.
Five months after his re-election the Confederacy had collapsed. On this day inAbraham Lincoln, the nation’s 16th president, won his bid for a second term. Lincoln ran under the umbrella of the National Union Party, composed of Republicans and “War.
At the same time, however, it lacks that final larger dimension and poetic sense such as can be found in John Ford's great Young Mr. Lincoln, to which Spielberg's film is a biographical and Author: Todd Mccarthy. David E. Long, Jewel of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln's Re-Election and the End of York: DaCapo, reprint pp., index.
John C. Waugh, Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the York: Crown Publishers, pp. Despite a range of political difficulties, and mounting public war weariness during the summer months, Abraham Lincoln seemed to have easily Author: Adam I.
Smith. Fifty years ago, Herbert Hoover, campaigning for re-election in the midst of the Great Depression, took special care to associate himself with Abraham Lincoln, but then so did his opponent, Franklin D.
Roosevelt, who had remarked a few years earlier, "I think it Cited by: 4.On March 4,Lincoln gave his second inaugural address at the Capitol. A Search on inauguration yields only a few items, including a program for the inauguration ceremony, an invitation to the inaugural ball, and a letter from Salmon P.
Chase to Mrs. sent Mrs. Lincoln the bible that her husband kissed in taking the oath of office, writing.Jonathan White talked about the reasons more than 70 percent of Union soldiers voted for Lincoln’s re-election in the Novem Presidential Campaign of