The Resource Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration, by L.E. Chittenden

Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration, by L.E. Chittenden

Label
Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration
Title
Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration
Statement of responsibility
by L.E. Chittenden
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Action
digitized
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
GMOML
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1824-1900
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Chittenden, L. E.
Illustrations
portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
E457
LC item number
.C455 1891x ONLINE
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • American Civil War (1861-1865)
  • Presidents
  • United States
  • United States
  • Politics and government
  • Presidents
  • United States
Label
Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration, by L.E. Chittenden
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • James S. Wadsworth
  • Their impressions of each other
  • The
  • Professional detective : His employment by the United States and its influence upon the people
  • Public misconceptions of the value of salaried officers
  • General Stannard
  • Was General Thomas loyal?
  • The
  • Impartial judgment of President Lincoln ;
  • The
  • Resignation of Secretary Chase : Its causes and consequences
  • An
  • The
  • Campaign against Washington in 1864 : The Battle of Monocacy
  • General Early before Washington in 1864 : Battle of Fort Stevens
  • The
  • Judgment of President Lincoln : His coolness in times of excitement
  • His faith that the Union cause would be protected against serious disaster
  • Four of his letters now first published
  • Abraham Lincoln, a sketch of some events in his life
  • Official call upon the President : It unites the loyal members of the Conference
  • Another official call : General Scott, his loyalty and its influence upon the declaration of the electoral vote
  • The
  • 13th of February, 1861 : The election of President Lincoln declared
  • Firmness of Vice-President Breckinridge
  • Anger of the Secessionists
  • Another incident of February 13th : Judge Smalley on treason
  • Seizure of arms in New York City
  • Preliminary and explanatory: Origin of this volume ; Its scope and purpose -- A
  • Action of its Mayor
  • An
  • Altercation in the Peace Conference : Senator Lot M. Morrill and Commodore Stockton ;
  • A
  • Test of Northern courage
  • The
  • Conspiracy of assassination : Its details
  • Mr. Lincoln consents to follow the advice of his friends
  • How did Mr. Lincoln "get through Baltimore"?
  • A
  • Glimpse of a noted campaign : The state elections early in October, 1860, which virtually settled the presidential contest
  • Second presidential reception : Mr. Lincoln converses with leading Southerners
  • His duty to the Constitution
  • The
  • Last week of President Buchanan's administration
  • The
  • Inauguration : A memorable scene
  • Some notes upon General Scott and Robert E. Lee
  • The
  • Nones and Ides of March : The new Cabinet
  • A
  • Office-seeking by an inexperienced candidate : Appointment to the Peace Conference
  • Novel induction into office
  • The
  • Isolation of the Capitol : An alarmed Virginian
  • Baltimore blocks the way
  • The
  • First volunteer defenders of the Capitol : The plug-uglies of Baltimore ;
  • The
  • Seventh New York and the Eighth Massachusetts Regiments
  • The
  • "Trent Affair:" Statesmanship of Mr. Seward
  • Senator Foot, of Vermont
  • The
  • Antagonism of the regular to the volunteer service : The influence of President Lincoln
  • The
  • Colored people : Their industry in learning to read
  • Their implicit confidence in President Lincoln
  • Secretary Cameron : His resignation
  • General Fremont : His troubles in the department of the West
  • Secretary Stanton : His character ;
  • The
  • Davis commission
  • His premonitions of rebellion
  • Mr. O'Neill's report on Secretary Stanton's services
  • Making $10,000,000 of U.S. bonds under pressure ;
  • The
  • Construction of Confederate iron-clad ships in British ship-yards ;
  • The
  • Departure of two prevented ;
  • An
  • Englishman offers a great service to our republic : His incognito
  • President Lincoln's connection with the origin of armored vessels : His faith in iron-clads ;
  • The
  • Notes on the Peace Conference: The
  • Influence of Assistant-Secretary Fox : His interview with the President on the 7th of March, 1862
  • President Lincoln's confidence in armored vessels, continued ;
  • The
  • "Monitor" and her battle with the "Merrimac" described by Captain Worden
  • Joseph Henry and Abraham Lincoln
  • Inter arma, scientia : The Potomac Naturalists' Club
  • A
  • Night with the Potomac Naturalists' Club ;
  • The
  • Giant octopus
  • Plans of the conspirators
  • Hospital notes : The wounded from the wilderness
  • Charities of the colored poor
  • Sisters of Charity
  • Anesthetics
  • President Lincoln and the Sleeping Sentinel : Erroneous versions of the story
  • William Scott, of the Third Vermont, sentenced to death for sleeping on his post : He is pardoned by the President
  • His last message to the President
  • His death at the Battle of Lee's Mills
  • Treasury notes and notes on the treasury
  • New moneys of Lincoln's administration : Demand notes
  • Adam Gurowski
  • "Seven-thirties"
  • Postage currency
  • Fractional currency
  • Legal-tender notes, or "Greenbacks :" Their origin, growth, and value
  • Grant and McClellan
  • The
  • Confederates exchange a party of their prisoners of war
  • President Lincoln's story of Daniel Webster
  • President Lincoln the unappreciated friend of the South : His offer of compensated emancipation
  • He meets a Vermont contractor
Control code
60722902
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 470 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
portrait
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)60722902
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration, by L.E. Chittenden
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • James S. Wadsworth
  • Their impressions of each other
  • The
  • Professional detective : His employment by the United States and its influence upon the people
  • Public misconceptions of the value of salaried officers
  • General Stannard
  • Was General Thomas loyal?
  • The
  • Impartial judgment of President Lincoln ;
  • The
  • Resignation of Secretary Chase : Its causes and consequences
  • An
  • The
  • Campaign against Washington in 1864 : The Battle of Monocacy
  • General Early before Washington in 1864 : Battle of Fort Stevens
  • The
  • Judgment of President Lincoln : His coolness in times of excitement
  • His faith that the Union cause would be protected against serious disaster
  • Four of his letters now first published
  • Abraham Lincoln, a sketch of some events in his life
  • Official call upon the President : It unites the loyal members of the Conference
  • Another official call : General Scott, his loyalty and its influence upon the declaration of the electoral vote
  • The
  • 13th of February, 1861 : The election of President Lincoln declared
  • Firmness of Vice-President Breckinridge
  • Anger of the Secessionists
  • Another incident of February 13th : Judge Smalley on treason
  • Seizure of arms in New York City
  • Preliminary and explanatory: Origin of this volume ; Its scope and purpose -- A
  • Action of its Mayor
  • An
  • Altercation in the Peace Conference : Senator Lot M. Morrill and Commodore Stockton ;
  • A
  • Test of Northern courage
  • The
  • Conspiracy of assassination : Its details
  • Mr. Lincoln consents to follow the advice of his friends
  • How did Mr. Lincoln "get through Baltimore"?
  • A
  • Glimpse of a noted campaign : The state elections early in October, 1860, which virtually settled the presidential contest
  • Second presidential reception : Mr. Lincoln converses with leading Southerners
  • His duty to the Constitution
  • The
  • Last week of President Buchanan's administration
  • The
  • Inauguration : A memorable scene
  • Some notes upon General Scott and Robert E. Lee
  • The
  • Nones and Ides of March : The new Cabinet
  • A
  • Office-seeking by an inexperienced candidate : Appointment to the Peace Conference
  • Novel induction into office
  • The
  • Isolation of the Capitol : An alarmed Virginian
  • Baltimore blocks the way
  • The
  • First volunteer defenders of the Capitol : The plug-uglies of Baltimore ;
  • The
  • Seventh New York and the Eighth Massachusetts Regiments
  • The
  • "Trent Affair:" Statesmanship of Mr. Seward
  • Senator Foot, of Vermont
  • The
  • Antagonism of the regular to the volunteer service : The influence of President Lincoln
  • The
  • Colored people : Their industry in learning to read
  • Their implicit confidence in President Lincoln
  • Secretary Cameron : His resignation
  • General Fremont : His troubles in the department of the West
  • Secretary Stanton : His character ;
  • The
  • Davis commission
  • His premonitions of rebellion
  • Mr. O'Neill's report on Secretary Stanton's services
  • Making $10,000,000 of U.S. bonds under pressure ;
  • The
  • Construction of Confederate iron-clad ships in British ship-yards ;
  • The
  • Departure of two prevented ;
  • An
  • Englishman offers a great service to our republic : His incognito
  • President Lincoln's connection with the origin of armored vessels : His faith in iron-clads ;
  • The
  • Notes on the Peace Conference: The
  • Influence of Assistant-Secretary Fox : His interview with the President on the 7th of March, 1862
  • President Lincoln's confidence in armored vessels, continued ;
  • The
  • "Monitor" and her battle with the "Merrimac" described by Captain Worden
  • Joseph Henry and Abraham Lincoln
  • Inter arma, scientia : The Potomac Naturalists' Club
  • A
  • Night with the Potomac Naturalists' Club ;
  • The
  • Giant octopus
  • Plans of the conspirators
  • Hospital notes : The wounded from the wilderness
  • Charities of the colored poor
  • Sisters of Charity
  • Anesthetics
  • President Lincoln and the Sleeping Sentinel : Erroneous versions of the story
  • William Scott, of the Third Vermont, sentenced to death for sleeping on his post : He is pardoned by the President
  • His last message to the President
  • His death at the Battle of Lee's Mills
  • Treasury notes and notes on the treasury
  • New moneys of Lincoln's administration : Demand notes
  • Adam Gurowski
  • "Seven-thirties"
  • Postage currency
  • Fractional currency
  • Legal-tender notes, or "Greenbacks :" Their origin, growth, and value
  • Grant and McClellan
  • The
  • Confederates exchange a party of their prisoners of war
  • President Lincoln's story of Daniel Webster
  • President Lincoln the unappreciated friend of the South : His offer of compensated emancipation
  • He meets a Vermont contractor
Control code
60722902
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 470 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
portrait
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)60722902
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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