Hyman Collection – File Box 7 – Civil War and Reconstruction

HYMAN COLLECTION

FILE BOX #7CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION Card 1“Barret v. Alton and Sangamon Railroad, Illinois Supreme Court 1851-1852″ (seventeen page excerpt from unknown source).Brown, Ira V. “Miller McKim and Pennsylvania Abolitionism.” Pennsylvania History 30 (Jan. 1963): 56-72.

Davis, David Brion. “Abolitionists and the Freedmen: an Essay Review.” Journal of Southern History 31 (May 1965): 164-70.

Davis, David Brion. “The Emergence of Immediatism in British and American Antislavery Thought.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 49 (Sept. 1962): 209-30.

Dicey, Edward. Excerpt from his Spectator of America, ed. Herbert Mitgang (U Georgia, 1989).

Duberman, Martin B. “The Abolitionists and Psychology.” Journal of Negro History 47 (July 1962): 183-91.

Grayson, William J. Selections from his “The Hireling and the Slave.” DeBow’s Review 18 (Feb. 1855).

Hoemann, George H. “The Meaning of Emancipation: a Historiography of the Thirteenth Amendment” (typescript, n.d.).

Lowell, James Russell. “Are Ye Truly Free” (poem).

Lynd, Staughton. “Rethinking Slavery and Reconstruction.” Journal of Negro History 50 (July 1965): 198-209.

McPherson, James M. “The Antislavery Legacy: From Reconstruction to the NAACP.” In Barton J. Bernstein, ed., Toward a New Past (NY: Pantheon, 1968).

McPherson, James M. “Coercion or Conciliation? Abolitionists Debate President Hayes’s Southern Policy.” New England Quarterly 39 (Dec. 1966): 474-97.

McPherson, James M. “The Fight Against the Gag Rule: Joshua Leavitt and Antislavery Insurgency in the Whig Party, 1839-1842.” Journal of Negro History 48 (July 1963): 177-95.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on slavery (three pieces).

Myers, John. “Organization of ‘The Seventy’: To Arouse the North Against Slavery.” Mid-America 48 (Jan. 1966): 29-46.

Thomas, John L. “The Abolitionist Crusade.” In his Slavery Attacked: the Abolitionist Crusade (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Brown UP, 1965).

Wetherbee, John. “The American Anti-Slavery Society.” Boston Commonwealth (30 April 1870): p.?

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. “The Abolitionists’ Postal Campaign of 1835.” Journal of Negro History 50 (Oct. 1965): 227-38.

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. “Prelude to Abolitionism: Sabbatarian Politics and the Rise of the Second Party System.” Journal of American History 58 (Sept. 1971): 316-41.

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Wilson, Major L. “The Repressible Conflict: Seward’s Concept of Progress and the Free-Soil Movement.” Journal of Southern History 37 (Nov. 1971): 533-56.

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Foner, Eric. “Politics and Prejudice: the Free Soil Party and the Negro, 1849-1852.” Journal of Negro History 50 (Oct. 1965): 239-56.

McPherson, James M. “Abolitionists, Woman Suffrage, and the Negro, 1865-1869.” Mid-America 47 (Jan. 1965): 40-7.

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Kerber, Linda K. “The Abolitionist Perception of the Indian.” Journal of American History 62 (Sept. 1975): 271-95.

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“America.” Saturday Review (London) 21 (6 Jan. 1866): 4-5.

“America.” Saturday Review (London) 21 (10 March 1866): 283.

“America.” Saturday Review (London) 21 (17 March 1866): 315-6.

Blumberg, Arnold. “A Swedish Diplomat in Mexico, 1864.” HAHR 45 (May 1965): 275-86.

“British and Foreign Freed-Men’s Aid Society. Meeting at Weymouth.” The Freed-Man (London) (1 June 1866): 263-6.

“The Civil Rights Bill.” The Freed-Men (London) (1 June 1866): 260-2.

“An Earnest Loyalist.” “American Politics from a European Standpoint.” Boston Commonwealth (21 Jan. 1865): n.p.

“Gladstone’s Defeat.” The Republic 2 (March 1874): 148.

Hernon, Joseph M. “British Sympathies in the American Civil War: a Reconsideration.” Journal of Southern History 33 (Aug. 1967): 356-67.

Hernon, Joseph M. “Irish Religious Opinion on the American Civil War.” Catholic Historical Review 49 (Jan. 1964): 508-23.

Hernon, Joseph M. “The Use of the American Civil War in the Debate over Irish Home Rule.” American Historical Review 69 (July 1964): 1022-26.

Jones, Howard Mumford. “The Influence of European Ideas in Nineteenth-Century America.” American Literature 7 (Nov. 1935): 241-73.

Lillibridge, G.D. “The American Impact Abroad: Past and Present.” American Scholar 35 (Winter 1965-6): 39-63.

Loubere, Leo A. “French Left-Wing Radicals and the Law as a Social Force, 1870-1900.” American Journal of Legal History 8 (1964): 54-71.

Miscellaneous excerpts from French and British publications on the Civil War (thirty pieces).

Naylor, Robert A., ed. “A Mexican Conspirator Views the Civil War.” Civil War History 9 (March 1963): 67-73.

Shain, Charles E. Excerpts from his A British Image of America: a Survey of America and the Americans as They Appeared in the English Novel, 1830-1890 (dissertation, Princeton, 1949).

Shain, Charles E. “The English Novelists and the American Civil War.” American Quarterly 14 (Fall 1962): 399-421.

“W.” “Freed-Men’s Bureau.” The Freed-Man (London) (1 August 1866): 9-11.

Williams, Lorraine A. “Northern Intellectual Attitudes Toward Lincoln, 1860-1865.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 57 (Autumn 1964): 270-83.

Williams, Lorraine A. “Northern Intellectual Reaction to Military Rule During the Civil War.” The Historian 27 (May 1965): 334-49.

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Abel, Darrel. “The American Renaissance and the Civil War: Concentric Circles.” Emerson Society Quarterly 44 (Third Quarter, 1966): 86-91.

Bagehot, Walter. “The American Constitution at the Present Crisis.” In Bagehot’s Historical Essays (NYU Press, 1960): 348-80.

Bagehot, Walter. Excerpts from his The English Constitution (Oxford, 1867).

Brogan, Hugh. “America and Walter Bagehot.” American Studies 11.3 (n.d.): 335-56.

Burnette, Lawrence and William Converse Haygood, ed., A Soviet View of the American Past (Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1960) (booklet).

Cameron, Kenneth Walter, comp. Excerpts from his “Poems of Jones Very: James Freeman Clarke’s Enlarged Collection of 1886 Re-edited with a Thematic and Topical Index.” Emerson Society Quarterly 45 (Fourth Quarter, 1966).

Churchman, Michael. “Walter Bagehot and the American Civil War.” Dublin Review 239 (Winter 1965-6): 377-93.

Fisher, J. Francis. Excerpt from his The Degradation of Our Representative System (Philadelphia: C. Sherman, Son & Co., 1863) (pamphlet).

Hanchett, William. “Civil War History–from Poetry.” Western Humanities Review 16 (Summer 1962): 257-71.

Haven, Gilbert. “The Wonderful Year.” In his National Sermons. Sermons, Speeches and Letters on Slavery and Its War: From the Passage of the Fugitive Slave Bill to the Election of President Grant (Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1869).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on the Civil War (forty-one pieces).

Spring, David. “Walter Bagehot and Deference.” American Historical Review 81 (June 1976): 524-39.

Sproat, John Gerald. Excerpts from his Party of the Center: the Politics of Liberal Reform in Post-Civil War America (dissertation, U California, 1959).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of 1863 (fifty-one pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of March 1863 (thirty-eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of April 1863 (twenty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of May 1863 (fifty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of June 1863 (sixty-eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of July 1863 (fifty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of August 1863 (forty-five pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of October 1863 (forty-five pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of November 1863 (forty-one pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of December 1863 (thirty-eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of 1864 (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of January 1864 (thirty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of February 1864 (eighteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of March 1864 (forty-four pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of April 1864 (thirty-nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of May 1864 (forty-seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of June 1864 (forty-seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of July 1864 (eight-eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of August 1864 (fifty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of September 1864 (sixty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of October 1864 (fifty-four pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of November 1864 (sixty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of December 1864 (forty-six pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of January 1865 (thirty-eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of February 1865 (forty-four pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of March 1865 (forty-five pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of April 1865 (100+ pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of May 1865 (sixty-three pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of June 1865 (fifty-seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of July 1865 (eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of August 1865 (one piece).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of September 1865 (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of October 1865 (four pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of November 1865 (five pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of December 1865 (three pieces).

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Fladeland, Betty L. “Compensated Emancipation: a Rejected Alternative.” Journal of Southern History 42 (May 1976): 169-86.

Foster, Gaines M. “The Limitations of Federal Health Care for Freedmen, 1862-1868.” Journal of Southern History 48 (Aug. 1982): 349-72.

Hill, Robert A. “‘The Foremost Radical Among His Race:’ Marcus Garvey and the Black Scare, 1918-1921.” Prologue (Winter 1984): 215-31.

Savitt, Todd L. “Politics in Medicine: the Georgia Freedmen’s Bureau and the Organization of Health Care, 1865-1866.” Civil War History 28 (March 1982): 45-64.

Savitt, Todd L. “The Use of Blacks for Medical Experimentation and Demonstration in the Old South.” Journal of Southern History 48 (Aug. 1982): 331-48.

Vorenberg, Michael. “The Civil War Politics of Emancipation and the Origins of the Thirteenth Amendment” (paper presented before the OAH, 1995) (typescript).

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Bloch, Herman D. “Labor and the Negro, 1866-1910.” Journal of Negro History 50 (July 1865): 163-84.

Cohen, William. “Negro Involuntary Servitude in the South, 1865-1940: a Preliminary Analysis.” Journal of Southern History 42 (Feb. 1976): 31-60.

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Bryant, J.E. “Address to the Legislature.” The American Freedman 1 (April 1866): 12-13.

Norris, Marjorie M. “An Early Instance of Nonviolence: the Louisville Demonstrations of 1870-1871.” Journal of Southern History 32 (Nov. 1966): 487-504.

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Gatewood, Willard B. “Black Americans and the Quest for Empire, 1898-1903.” Journal of Southern History 38 (Nov. 1972): 545-66.

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Langston, John M. “The Other Phase of Reconstruction.” In Carter G. Woodson, ed., Negro Orators and Their Orations (Washington, DC: Associated Publishers, 1925).

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Redkey, Edwin S. “Bishop Turner’s African Dream.” Journal of American History 54 (Sept. 1967): 271-90.

Streifford, David M. “The American Colonization Society: An Application of Republican Ideology to Early Antebellum Reform.” Journal of Southern History 45 (May 1979): 201-20.

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“Department of the Freedmen.” DeBow’s Review, new series 2 (June 1866): 91-98.

Dicey, Edward. “The Free Negro.” In his Spectator of America, ed. Herbert Mitgang (U Georgia, 1989).

Kimball, William H. “Our Government and the Blacks.” Continental Monthly 5 (April 1864): 431-35.

Notes on Rev. William Barrows’ The War and Slavery; and Their Relations to Each Other. A Discourse Delivered in the Old South Church, Reading, Mass. December 28, 1862 (Boston: John M. Whittemore & Co., 1863).

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Blaine, James G. “Ought the Negro to be Disfranchised? Ought He to Have Been Enfranchised?” In his Political Discussions, Legislative, Diplomatic and Popular, 1856-1886 (Norwich, CT: Henry Bill Publishing Co., 1887).

Brown, B. Gratz. “Freedom and Franchise Inseparable.” Boston Commonwealth (21 Jan. 1865): n.p.

Dyer, Brainerd. “One Hundred Years of Negro Suffrage.” Pacific Historical Review 37 (Feb. 1968): 1-20.

“The Freedman as a Voter.” The American Freedman 3 (March 1868): 372-3.

Miscellaneous notes on Southern legislators, 1890s (one piece).

Rabinowitz, Howard N. “From Exclusion to Segregation: Southern Race Relations, 1865-1890.” Journal of American History 63 (Sept. 1976): 325-50.

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Woolfolk, George R. “Turner’s Safety-Valve and Free Negro Westward Migration.” Journal of Negro History 50 (July 1965): 185-97.

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Ely, James W. “Law and Class in Southern History” (paper presented before the SHA, 1984) (typescript).

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Crouch, Barry A. “The Burdens of Freedom: Texas Black Women’s Responses to the Freedmen’s Bureau” (paper presented before the Texas State Historical Association, 1989) (typescript).

MacLean, Nancy. “No Mere Ladies in Waiting: White Women’s Role in the Vigilantism of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s” (paper presented before the OAH, 1990) (typescript).

Then & Now: Women in the Law. A Historical Program Honoring the Fifty-Year Women Practitioners of Northern California (San Francisco: United States District Court for the Northern District of California Historical Society, 1986) (pamphlet).

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Brophy, William J. “Crime, Punishment, and the Black Texan” (paper presented before the conference, “Historical Perspectives on American Criminal Justice,” Omaha, NE, 1976) (typescript).

Hume, Richard L. “Negroes, Carpetbaggers, and Scalawags in Arkansas” (paper presented before the SHA, 1970) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes on blacks and legal system (two pieces).

Nash, A.E. Keir. “The Texas Supreme Court and Trial Rights of Blacks, 1845-1860″ (paper presented before the SHA, 1970) (typescript).

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Crouch, Barry A., and L.J. Schultz. “Crisis in Color: Racial Separation in Texas During Reconstruction.” Civil War History 16 (March 1970): 37-49.

Miscellaneous notes on blacks and legal system (eight pieces).

“Negro Passports” (photocopies of Civil War Era passports allowing slaves to pass in war zones, 1862 and 1865) (two pieces).

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Carter, Dan T. “The Anatomy of Fear: the Christmas Day Insurrection Scare of 1865.” Journal of Southern History 42 (Aug. 1976): 345-64.

Fowler, Wilton B. “A Carpetbagger’s Conversion to White Supremacy.” North Carolina Historical Review 70 (Summer 1966): 286-304.

Rozett, John M. “Racism and Republican Emergence in Illinois, 1848-1860: a Re-Evaluation of Republican Negrophobia.” Civil War History 22 (June 1976): 101-15.

“The State v. Church.” American Law Review 1 (Oct. 1866): 218.

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Haller, John S. “Civil War Anthropometry: the Making of a Racial Ideology.” Civil War History 16 (Dec. 1970): 309-24.

Kirby, John B. “An Uncertain Context: America and Black Americans in the Twentieth Century.” Journal of Southern History 46 (Nov. 1980): 571-86.

Toll, William. “Free Men, Freedmen, and Race: Black Social Theory in the Gilded Age.” Journal of Southern History 44 (Nov. 1978): 571-96.

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Berrier, G. Galin. “The Negro Suffrage Issue in Iowa: 1865-1868.” Annals of Iowa 39 (Spring 1968): 241-61.

Bridges, Roger D. “Equality Deferred: Civil Rights for Illinois Blacks, 1865-1885.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 74 (Summer 1981): 83-108.

Chafe, William H. “The Negro and Populism: a Kansas Case Study.” Journal of Southern History 34 (Aug. 1968): 402-19.

Dilliard, Irving. “Civil Liberties of Negroes in Illinois Since 1865.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 56 (Autumn 1963): 592-624.

Dykstra, Robert R., and Harlan Hahn. “Northern Voters and Negro Suffrage: the Case of Iowa, 1868.” Public Opinion Quarterly 32 (Summer 1968): 202-15.

Field, Phyllis. “New York Voters and the Issue of Black Suffrage, 1846-1869″ (paper presented before the SHA, 1973) (typescript).

Fishel, Leslie H. “Wisconsin and Negro Suffrage.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 46 (Spring 1963): 180-96.

Gertz, Elmer. “The Black Laws of Illinois.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 56 (Autumn 1963): 454-72.

McManus, Michael J. “Wisconsin Republicans and Negro Suffrage: Attitudes and Behavior, 1857.” Civil War History 25 (March 1979): 36-54.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on suffrage (thirteen pieces).

“Negro Suffrage at the North.” Boston Commonwealth (8 June 1867): n.p.

Talbott, Forrest. “Some Legislative and Legal Aspects of the Negro Question in West Virginia During the Civil War and Reconstruction, Part III.” West Virginia History 24 (April 1963): 211-47.

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“Negro Congressmen and Amnesty” (typescript, n.d.)

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Ferguson v. Georgia (365 U.S. 570).

Henderson, William Cinque. “Spartan Slaves: a Documentary Account of Blacks on Trial in Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1830 to 1865″ (typescript, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes on blacks and the post-Civil War legal system (eight pieces).

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Alexander, Roberta Sue. “Hostility and Hope: Black Education in North Carolina During Presidential Reconstruction, 1865-1867.” North Carolina Historical Review 53 (Spring 1996): 113-32.

Burns, Augustus M. “Graduate Education for Blacks in North Carolina, 1930–1951.” Journal of Southern History 46 (May 1980): 195-218.

McPherson, James M. “White Liberals and Black Power in Negro Education, 1865-1915.” American Historical Review 75 (June 1970): 1357-86.

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Gatewood, Willard B. “Aristocrats of Color, South and North: The Black Elite, 1880-1920.” Journal of Southern History 54 (Feb. 1988): 3-20.

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Bellot, Leland J. “Evangelicals and the Defense of Slavery in Britain’s Old Colonial Empire.” Journal of Southern History 37 (Feb. 1971): 19-40.

Curry, Richard. “A Note on the Motives of Three Radical Republicans.” Journal of Negro History 47 (Oct. 1962): 273-77.

Cutler, William. Excerpt from his The Duty of Citizens in the Work of Reconstruction: Address at Belpre, Ohio, July 4th, 1865 (Marietta, Ohio, 1865).

“The Democratic Plan of Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (29 July 1864): n.p.

Dillon, Merton L. “The Abolitionists: a Decade of Historiography, 1959-1969.” Journal of Southern History 35 (Nov. 1969): 500-22.

Dillon, Merton L. “The Failure of the American Abolitionists.” Journal of Southern History 25 (May 1959): 159-77.

Drake, Charles D. Excerpt from speech, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1 September 1863.

Essig, James David. “The Lord’s Free Man: Charles G. Finney and His Abolitionism.” Civil War History 24 (March 1978): 25-45.

Finnie, Gordon E. “The Antislavery Movement in the Upper South Before 1840.” Journal of Southern History 35 (Aug. 1969): 319-42.

Fladeland, Betty. “Abolitionist Pressures on the Concert of Europe, 1814-1822.” Journal of Military History 38 (Dec. 1966): 355-73.

Fladeland, Betty. “Who Were the Abolitionists?” Journal of Negro History 49 (April 1964): 99-115.

“Government By Force.” Boston Commonwealth (17 March 1866): n.p.

Greenberg, Kenneth S. “Revolutionary Ideology and the Proslavery Argument: the Abolition of Slavery in Antebellum South Carolina.” Journal of Southern History 42 (Aug. 1976): 365-84.

Groff, Patrick J. “The Abolitionist Movement in High School Texts.” Journal of Negro Education 32 (Winter 1963): 43-51.

Hume, John F. Excerpts from his The Abolitionists (NY: Putnam, 1905).

Jentz, John B. “The Antislavery Constituency in Jacksonian New York City.” Civil War History 27 (June 1981): 101-22.

Mathews, Donald G. “The Abolitionists on Slavery: the Critique Behind the Social Movement.” Journal of Southern History 33 (May 1967): 163-82.

McKivigan, John R. “The Antislavery ‘Comeouter’ Sects: a Neglected Dimension of the Abolitionist Movement.” Civil War History 26 (June 1980): 142-60.

McPherson, James M. “Many Abolitionists Fought on After the Civil War.” Princeton Quarterly 39 (Winter 1968-69): 14-34.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on radicalism (four pieces).

Montgomery, David. “Radical Republicanism in Pennsylvania, 1866-1873.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 85 (Oct. 1961): 439-57.

“No Reorganization Except on Loyalty!” Boston Commonwealth (17 April 1865): n.p.

“An Old Abolitionist on the Situation.” Boston Commonwealth (24 March 1866): n.p. (signed “N.H.W.”).

Pease, Jane H., and William H. Pease. “Confrontation and Abolition in the 1850s.” Journal of American History 58 (March 1972): 923-37.

“Radicals and Conservatives.” The Round Table 3 (10 Feb. 1866): 88.

Shortreed, Margaret. “The Antislavery Radicals: From Crusade to Revolution, 1840-1868.” Past & Present 16 (Nov., 1959): 65-87.

Spear, Samuel T. Radicalism and the National Crisis, a Sermon Preached in the South Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, October 19th, 1862 (Brooklyn: Wm. W. Rose, Bookseller and Printer, 1862) (pamphlet, brittle).

Stewart, James B. “The Aims and Impact of Garrisonian Abolitionism, 1840-1860.” Civil War History 15 (Sept. 1969): 197-209.

Taylor, Richard S. “Beyond Immediate Emancipation: Jonathan Blanchard, Abolitionism, and the Emergence of American Fundamentalism.” Civil War History 27 (Sept. 1981): 260-74.

Wilson, Henry. “Northern Radicals and Southern Radicals” (speech before the U.S. Senate, 27 January 1868).

Wilson, Henry. “Radicals, Conservatives, Republicans.” Boston Commonwealth (21 April 1866): n.p.

Woodward, C. Vann. “The Antislavery Myth.” The American Scholar 31 (Spring 1962): 312-28.

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. “The New Left and the Abolitionists: Romantic Radicalism in America.” Soundings 44 (Summer 1971): 147-90.

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. “New Leftists and Abolitionists: a Comparison of American Radical Styles.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 53 (Summer 1970): 256-68.

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Degler, Carl. “Slavery in Brazil and the United States: an Essay in Comparative History.” American Historical Review 75 (April 1970): 1004-28.

“The Freed-Men of the Dutch Colony of Surinam.” The Freed-Man (London) (1 Aug. 1866): 8.

McPherson, James M. “Was West Indian Emancipation a Success? The Abolitionist Argument During the American Civil War.” Caribbean Studies 4.2 (1964): 28-34.

Miscellaneous notes on non-U.S. slavery (two pieces).

Mussey, Reuben D. “Letter from General Mussey.” The Pennsylvania Freedmen’s Bulletin 3 (April 1867): 2-3.

Sio, Arnoco A. “Interpretations of Slavery: the Slave Status in the Americas.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 7 (April 1965): 289-308.

Skidmore, Thomas E. “Comparative Race Relations Since Emancipation. The United States and Brazil: How Different?” (paper presented before the SHA, 1970) (typescript).

Toplin, Robert Brent. “The Specter of Crisis: Slaveholder Reactions to Abolitionism in the United States and Brazil.” Civil War History 18 (June 1972): 129-38.

“Work Done.” The Freed-Man (London) (1 Nov. 1866): 50-54.

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Ashworth, John. “The Relationship Between Capitalism and Humanitarianism.” American Historical Review 92 (Oct. 1987): 813-28.

Davis, David Brion. “Reflections on Abolitionism and Ideological Hegemony.” American Historical Review 92 (Oct. 1987): 797-812.

Haskell, Thomas L. “Convention and Hegemonic Interest in the Debate Over Slavery: a Reply to Davis and Ashworth.” American Historical Review 92 (Oct. 1987): 829-78.

Lightner, David L. “The Door to the Slave Bastille: the Abolitionist Assault Upon the Interstate Slave Trade, 1833-1839.” Civil War History 34 (Sept. 1988): 235-52.

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Curry, Richard O., and Lawrence B. Goodheart. “‘Knives in Their Heads’: Passionate Self-Analysis and the Search for Identity in American Abolitionism.” Canadian Review of American Studies 14 (Winter 1983): 401-14.

Huston, James. “Abolitionists and an Errant Economy: the Panic of 1857 and Abolitionist Economic Ideas.” Mid-America 65 (Jan. 1983): 15-27.

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Boorstin, Daniel J. “The Perils of Indwelling Law.” In Robert Paul Wolff, ed., The Rule of Law (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1971): 75-99.

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Edmunds, George F. “Presidential Elections.” American Law Review 12 (Oct. 1877): 1-20.

Miscellaneous notes on suffrage (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes on Civil War as “war of ideas” (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes on slavery (five pieces).

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Guttman, Allen. “From Brownson to Eliot: the Conservative Theory of Church and State.” American Quarterly 17 (1965): 483-500.

Miscellaneous notes on mid-century U.S. political scene (eleven pieces).

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Dunning, William A. “The Second Birth of the Republican Party.” American Historical Review 16 (Oct. 1910): 56-63.

Greene, Evarts Boutell. “Some Aspects of Politics in the Middle West, 1860-72.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 59 (n.d.): 60-76.

Lowell, James Russell. The Independent in Politics. An Address Delivered Before the Reform Club of New York, April 13, 1888 (NY: The Reform Club, 1888) (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes on electoral reform (three pieces).

Excerpt from Representative Government and Electoral Reform. A Review of Recent Publications on That Subject (Boston: Prentiss & Deland, 1863) (pamphlet).

Seaman, Ezra C. The American System of Government. Its Character and Workings, Its Defects, Outside Party Machinery and Influences, and the Prosperity of the People Under Its Protection (NY: Charles Scribner & Co., 1870) (pamphlet).

Stickney, Albert. Excerpts from his A True Republic (NY: Harper, 1879).

Wright, Charles (writing as “Mountaineer”). An Appeal for Rectitude in Primary Politics (Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, Printers, 1863) (pamphlet).

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Hyman, Harold M. “Arms, Men and the Constitution.” Constitution (Spring 1989): 57-61.

Hyman, Harold M. “Chief Justice Salmon Portland Chase: Principles and Interests” (revision of paper presented at the Louisiana State University-Shreveport, Eighth Annual Fall Forum: “The U.S. Supreme Court and the Great Justices,” 15-16 Nov. 1990) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Civil War as a Constitutional Crisis: an Overview” (typescript, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “Clio and Mars: Happy Bedmates?” OAH Newsletter (Feb. 1984): 5-7.

Hyman, Harold M. “Constitutional Shackles?: War Powers and the American Constitution” (source unknown).

Hyman, Harold M. “Construing or Misconstruing the Constitution?: a Bicentennial Cerebration (sic)” (paper presented at U. Texas, 10-11 April 1987) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “A Defense of Presidential Election Campaigns” (draft typescript article, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. Draft of article on war powers (typescript, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “E Pluribus Duo” (article, source unknown, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “Federalism: Legal Fiction and Historical Artifact?” Brigham Young University Law Review No. 3 (1987): 905-25.

Hyman, Harold M. “The Fourteenth Amendment and Civil Rights After 1866.” In Hermann Wellenreuther, ed., German and American Constitutional Thought (St. Martin’s Press, 1990).

Hyman, Harold M. “Hitting the Fan(s) Again: or, Sic Semper Conspiracies (review of Hanchett’s The Lincoln Murder Conspiracies).” Reviews in American History (Sept. 1984): 388-92.

Hyman, Harold M. “I.H. Kempner and the Galveston Commission Government.” The Houston Review 10.2 (1988): 57-86.

Hyman, Harold M. “Is American Federalism Still a Fundamental Value? Scholars’ Views in Transition” (chapter 12 in “festscrhift for Wm Brock (1984)).”

Hyman, Harold M. “Lincoln and Other Antislavery Lawyers: the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendments and Republicans’ Political Agendas” (chapter four of ?).

Hyman, Harold M. Lincoln and the Presidency (Lincoln, IL: Lincoln College, 1965) (pamphlet).

Hyman, Harold M. Lincoln’s Reconstruction: Neither Failure of Vision Nor Vision of Failure (Third Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture) (Fort Wayne, IN: Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum, 1980) (pamphlet).

Hyman, Harold M. “Lincoln’s Wartime Teachers” (typescript, source unknown, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “The Misery of Historians: Legal History and the Civil War.” Law Library Journal 69 (Aug. 1976): 329-41.

Hyman, Harold M. “Not Cassandra, Pandora, or Polonius: or, Access to Learning, Land, and Law in American History” (working draft of keynote address, Statewide Conference, “The Changing Academic Library,” Denver, CO, 607 Oct. 1983) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Prudent Jurisprudents (sic) or Arrogance Cloaked as Humility? Lawyers, the Reconstruction Amendments, and the Framers’ Intentions” (paper presented before the Hofstra Conference, April 1987) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. Excerpts from his Quiet Past and Stormy Present? War Powers in American History (Washington, DC: American Historical Association, 1986) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Reconstruction and the Constitution.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (NY: Free Press, 1986) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Reconstruction as an Opportunity for Reform: the Constitution’s Constraints” (paper presented before the ACLH, 1971) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Requiem for a Constitutional-Legal History Heavyweight: Richard Brandon Morris, 1904-1989.” Georgia Journal of Southern Legal History 1.1 (Spring/Summer 1991): 135-40.

Hyman, Harold M. Review of Hendrik Hartog’s Public Property and Private Power. New York University Law Review 59 (May 1984): 431-42.

Hyman, Harold M. “‘Thy Liberty in Law’: Federalism and the 19th Century Constitution” (typescript article, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “Transcendental Eyeballs or Intractable Facts?: The New Legal-Constitutional History and Classical Origins of the U.S. Constitution” (Firenze: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 1989).

Hyman, Harold M. “Ulysses Grant I, Emperor of America? Some Civil-Military Continuities and Strains of the Civil War and Reconstruction.” In Richard H. Kohn ed., The United States Military Under the Constitution of the United States, 1789-1989 (New York University Press, 1991).

Hyman, Harold M. “Up from Dred Scott, Down to Slaughterhouse: Inventive Interim Judicial Protections for Property in Reconstruction America.” In Ellen Frankel Paul and Howard Dickman, ed., Liberty, Property, and Government: Constitutional Interpretation Before the New Deal (SUNY Press, 1989).

Hyman, Harold M. “War Powers in 19th Century America: the Centrality of the Civil War and Reconstruction Experience, or, What Did Lincoln’s Generation Know?” (typescript article, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “Watergate and Impeachment History” (article, Jan.-Feb. 1975).

Hyman, Harold M. With Malice Toward Some: Scholarship (or Something Less) on the Lincoln Murder (Springfield, IL: Abraham Lincoln Association, 1978) (pamphlet).

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Bellesiles, Michael A. “The Origins of Gun Culture in the United States, 1760-1865.” Journal of American History 83 (Sept. 1996): 425-55.

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Forte, David F. “Spiritual Equality, the Black Codes and the Americanization of the Freedmen.” Loyola Law Review 43 (Winter 1998): 569-611.

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Belz, Herman. “Political Philosophy, Constitutionalism and Abraham Lincoln” (paper presented before Abraham Lincoln Symposium, 11 Feb. 1987) (typescript).

Brodie, Fawn M. “A Lincoln Who Never Was.” Reporter 20 (25 June 1959): 25-7.

Court, Susan J. “An Uneasy Partnership: the Political Relationship Between Salmon Chase and Abraham Lincoln.” Northern Kentucky Law Review 21.1 (1993): 215-23.

Faust, Drew Gilpin. “A Riddle of Death”: Mortality and Meaning in the American Civil War (34th Annual Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture) (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg College, 1995) (pamphlet).

Fehrenbacher, Don E. “Only His Stepchildren: Lincoln and the Negro.” Civil War History 20 (Dec. 1974): 293-310.

Frederickson, George M. “A Man but Not a Brother: Abraham Lincoln and Racial Equality.” Journal of Southern History 41 (Feb. 1975): 39-58.

Hyman, Harold M. “America’s Civil War and Some Founding Principles: Futures That Emancipation Opened” (typescript, n.d.).

Hyman, Harold M. “The National Commitment to Civil Equality, 1861-1870″ (typescript, n.d.).

Johannsen, Robert W. “Lincoln, Liberty and Equality” (paper presented before the Project 87 Conference, Library and Equality,” June 1980) (typescript).

Johnson, Ludwell H. “Lincoln and Equal Rights: a Reply.” Civil War History 13 (March 1967): 66-73.

Johnson, Ludwell H. “Lincoln and Equal Rights: the Authenticity of the Wadsworth Letter.” Journal of Southern History 32 (Feb. 1966): 83-87.

Lincoln, Abraham. Letter to James C. Conkling, 26 August 1863. In Larry E. Burgess, A “Lost” Letter Found (Redlands, CA: Lincoln Memorial Shrine, c1976) (pamphlet).

Lincoln, Abraham. Message to Congress, 6 March 1862 on emancipation.

McCrary, Peyton. “The Party of Revolution: Republican Ideas About Politics and Social Change, 1862-1867.” Civil War History 30 (Dec. 1984): 330-50.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Civil War and Reconstruction (eleven pieces).

Peterson, Merrill D. “This Grand Pertinacity”: Abraham Lincoln and the Declaration of Independence (Fourteenth Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture) (Fort Wayne, IN: The Lincoln Museum, 1991) (pamphlet).

Reid, Whitelaw. “President Lincoln on Negro Suffrage.” Whitelaw Reid personal papers, v219, p78 (original article dated 23 July 1865, signed “Agate”).

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Eisenberg, Theodore. “Civil Rights Act of 1866 (judicial interpretation).” In Kenneth L. Karst, Civil Rights and Equality (Macmillan, 1989).

Hyman, Harold M. “Civil Rights Act of 1866 (framing).” In Kenneth L. Karst, Civil Rights and Equality (Macmillan, 1989).

Hyman, Harold M. “Thirteenth Amendment (framing).” In Kenneth L. Karst, Civil Rights and Equality (Macmillan, 1989).

Karst, Kenneth L. “Thirteenth Amendment (judicial interpretation).” In Kenneth L. Karst, Civil Rights and Equality (Macmillan, 1989).

Maslowski, Peter. “From Reconciliation to Reconstruction: Lincoln, Johnson, and Tennessee, Part I.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 42 (Fall 1983): 281-98; Part II, pp. 343-61.

Trefousse, Hans L. “Abraham Lincoln Versus Andrew Johnson: Two Approaches to Reconstruction.” In S.B and Agnes Vardy, ed., Society in Change: Essays in Honor of Bela K. Kiraly (Boulder, CO: East European Monographs, 1983).

Wiecek, William M. “Black Codes.” In Kenneth L. Karst, Civil Rights and Equality (Macmillan, 1989).

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Benedict, Michael Les. “The Presidency of Andrew Johnson” (typescript, n.d.).

Benedict, Michael Les. “The Problem of Constitutionalism and Constitutional Liberty in the Reconstruction South.” In Kermit L. Hall and James W. Ely, ed., An Uncertain Tradition: Constitutionalism and the History of the South (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1989).

Foner, Eric. “The Meaning of Freedom in the Age of Emancipation.” Journal of American History 81 (Sept. 1994): 435-60.

Hanchett, William. “Reconstruction History–From Poetry.” Midwest Quarterly 7 (Spring 1966): 253-68.

Holden, William W. Two letters to President Andrew Johnson, 11 July 1866.

Hyman, Harold M. Class notes on Reconstruction (one piece).

Levien, Douglas A. “Song of the Democracy: Addressed to Father Abraham” (poem from U.S. newspaper, c1864).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Civil War Era documents (eighty-nine pieces).

Moses (NY: American News Co., 1866) (collection of poems satirizing Andrew Johnson).

Stampp, Kenneth M. The United States and National Self-Determination: Two Traditions (30th Annual Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg College, 1991) (pamphlet).

Trefousse, Hans L. Draft of paper on Andrew Johnson (typescript, n.d.).

“Viator.” “A Note Collected in New Hampshire, Owed to Andy” (poem from unknown source, May 1868).

Whittier, John Greenleaf. “To the Thirty-Ninth Congress (poem).” Right Way (20 Jan. 1866): n.p.

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Benedict, Michael Les. “Preserving the Constitution: the Conservative Basis of Radical Reconstruction.” Journal of American History 61 (June 1974): 65-90.

Miscellaneous notes on the Constitution and the Civil War (two pieces).

Salisbury, Robert S. “The Republican Party and Positive Government: 1860-1890.” Mid-America 68 (Jan. 1986): 15-34.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction (nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction (nine pieces).

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Selections from letters to James A. Pike. Pike personal papers, Calais Free Library, ME (three pieces).

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Cunningham, Noble E. “The American Constitutional System Under Strong and Weak Parties: the Ascendance and the Demise of the Congressional Caucus, 1800-1824″ (paper presented before the Project 87 conference, 1978) (typescript).

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“Congress and the Late Rebel States.” Boston Commonwealth (25 Nov. 1865): n.p.

Fisher, Louis. “The Efficiency Side of Separated Powers.” American Studies 5 (Aug. 1971): 113-31.

Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents (thirteen pieces).

“The Power of Congress Over Reconstruction.” The Nation (29 March 1866): 390.

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Belz, Herman. “Henry Winter Davis and the Origins of Congressional Reconstruction.” Maryland Historical Magazine 67 (Summer 1972): 129-43.

Bogue, Allan G. “Bloc and Party in the United States Senate: 1861-1863.” Civil War History 13 (Sept. 1967): 221-41.

Boutwell, George S. Speech before Congress, 9 May 1866 (typescript).

Clark, John G. “Historians and the Joint Committee on Reconstruction.” The Historian 23 (May 1961): 348-61.

Cooper, Joseph. “Congress in Organizational Perspective.” In Lawrence C. Dodd and Bruce I. Oppenheimer, ed., Congress Reconsidered (Praeger, 1977).

Cooper, Joseph. “Jeffersonian Attitudes Toward Executive Leadership and Committee Development in the House of Representatives, 1789-1829.” Western Political Quarterly 18 (March 1965): 45-63.

Cooper, Joseph, and Michael Abram. “The Rise of Seniority in the House of Representatives.” Polity 1.1 (1968): 53-85.

Cooper, Joseph, and David W. Brady. “Institutional Context and Leadership Style: the House from Cannon to Rayburn.” American Political Science Review 75 (June 1981): 411-25.

Cox, Richard H. “Executive and Prerogative: a Problem for Adherents of Constitutional Government” (paper presented before the conference, “E Pluribus Unum: Constitutional Principles and the Institutions of Government,” University of Dallas, 16-18 Oct. 1986) (typescript).

Cunningham, Noble E. “Congress as an Institution, 1800-1850″ (paper presented before Project 87 Washington Conference, Feb. 1981) (typescript).

“The Dawes Plan: the Conservative Republicans and the Joint Committee on Reconstruction” (typescript, n.d.).

Dewey, Donald O. “Senate Control of the Presidency.” Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 31 (Jan. 1966): 21-23.

Echols, Margaret Thompson. “Priorities and Legislative Politics: Agenda-Setting in the Reconstruction Congress” (paper presented before the OAH, 1975) (typescript).

Edwards, G. Thomas. “Benjamin Stark, the U.S. Senate, and 1862 Membership Issues, Pt. II.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 73 (March 1972): 31-59.

Fisher, Louis. “Looking for the Last Word.” Legal Times (7 Aug. 1989): 514-5.

Furlong, Patrick J. “The Origins of the House Committee of Ways and Means.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series 25 (1968): 587-604.

Gambill, Edward L. “Who Were the Senate Radicals?” Civil War History 11 (Sept. 1965): 237-44.

Henig, Gerald S. “Henry Winter Davis and the Speakership Contest of 1859-1860.” Maryland Historical Magazine 68 (Spring 1973): 1-19.

House, Albert V. “Northern Congressional Democrats as Defenders of the South During Reconstruction.” Journal of Southern History 6 (Feb. 1940): 46-71.

House, Albert V. “The Speakership Contest of 1875: Democratic Response to Power.” Journal of American History 52 (Sept. 1965): 252-74.

Hyman, Harold M. “Lincoln and Congress: Why Not Congress and Lincoln?” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 68 (Feb. 1975): 57-73.

Katzman, Robert A. “Judicial-Congressional Relations: a Primer” (paper presented before “Understanding Congress: a Bicentennial Research Conference, 9-10 Feb. 1989″) (typescript).

Kernell, Samuel. “Congressional Careerism and the Emergence of a Political Career Structure” (paper presented before the SSHA, 1979) (typescript).

Linden, Glenn M. “‘Radicals’ and Economic Policies: the House of Representatives, 1861-1873.” Civil War History 13 (March 1967): 51-65.

Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents (sixteen pieces).

Morgan, William G. “The Origin and Development of the Congressional Nominating Caucus.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 113 (April 1969): 184-96.

Nelson, Anna K. “The Historian’s Dilemma” (paper presented before “Understanding Congress: a Bicentennial Research Conference, 9-10 Feb. 1989″) (typescript).

Pierson, William Whatley. “The Committee on the Conduct of the Civil War.” American Historical Review 23 (April 1918): 550-76.

Polsby, Nelson W. “The Institutionalization of the U.S. House of Representatives.” American Political Science Review 62 (March 1968): 144-68.

Ripley, Randall B. “The Party Whip Organizations in the United States House of Representatives.” American Political Science Review 58 (Sept. 1964): 561-76.

Russell, Richard B. The Previous Question. Its Standing as a Precedent for Cloture in the United States Senate. A dissertation on the so-called “Previous Question Rule” as Employed by the Senate in its Early Days. Washington, DC: GPO, 1962 (pamphlet).

Shade, William G., Stanley D. Hopper, David Jacobson, and Stephen E. Moiles. “Partnership in the United States Senate, 1869-1901.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 4 (Autumn 1973): 185-205.

“Some Observations on the Committee Systems in the House and Senate in the 36th and 37th Congresses” (typescript, n.d.).

“South Carolina.” Old and New 1 (May 1870): 707-09.

Sutherland, Keith. “The Structure of Congress as a Factor in the Legislative Crisis of 1860.” Mid-America 51 (Oct. 1969): 244-59.

Thompson, Margaret S. “Outsiders on the Inside Track: Lobbyists and Committee Construction in the Gilded Age House of Representatives” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

Trefousse, Hans L. “The Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War: a Reassessment.” Civil War History 10 (March 1964): 5-19.

Typescript of article on Speaker of the House of Representatives (n.d.).

Wurthman, Leonard B. “Frank Blair: Lincoln’s Congressional Spokesman.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 64 (April 1970): 263-88.

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Baker, Richard A., and Raymond W. Smock. “The Congressional Bicentennial: a New Era in Congressional Studies.” Extensions (Fall 1986): 4-7, 21.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Civil War Era documents (fifteen pieces).

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Article on congressional committees (typescript, n.d.).

Hearings before the Subcommittee of the Joint Committee on Reconstruction (Jan.-April 1866).

Nicklason, Fred. “The Civil War Contracts Committee.” Civil War History 17 (Sept. 1971): 232-44.

“The Origins of the Standing Committees and the Development of the Modern House.” Rice University Studies 56 (Summer 1970) (complete issue).

Report of the Joint Committee on Reconstruction (GPO, 20 June 1866).

Stroud, Virgil Calvin. Excerpts from his Congressional Investigations of the Conduct of the War (dissertation, New York University, 1954) (typescript).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Civil War Era documents (eight pieces).

“The World Moves.” Boston Commonwealth (Nov. 1865): n.p.

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Bingham, John A. “Speech of the Hon. John A. Bingham, of Ohio.” Congressional Record (20 Jan. 1868): 5-8.

Lerche, Charles O. “Congressional Interpretations of the Guarantee of a Republican Form of Government during Reconstruction.” Journal of Southern History 15 (May 1949): 192-211.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Civil War Era documents (two pieces).

Neely, Mark E. “Was the Civil War a Total War?” Civil War History 37 (March 1991): 5-28.

Tushnet, Mark. “The Politics of Equality in Constitutional Law: the Equal Protection Clause, Dr. Du Bois, and Charles Hamilton Houston.” Journal of American History 74 (Dec. 1987): 884-903.

Wiecek, William. “Preface to the Historical Race Relations Symposium.” Rutgers Law Journal 17 (Spring/Summer 1986): 407-14.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from documents, August 1866 (fourteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents (eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents (eleven pieces).

Schoonover, Thomas. “The Mexican Minister Describes Andrew Johnson’s ‘Swing Around the Circle’.” Civil War History 19 (June 1973): 149-61.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents on New Orleans Riot of 1866 (forty-four pieces).

The New-Orleans Riot. Its Official History (The Tribune Tracts, No. 1) (NY: New York Tribune, 1866) (original pamphlet, brittle).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents (fifteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents (thirty-one pieces).

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Dostie, A.P. Address of Dr. A.P. Dostie, Delivered Before the Republican Association of New Orleans, May 9, 1866 (original pamphlet, brittle).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents, May 1866 (ten pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents, June 1866 (twenty-three pieces).

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Rakove, Jack N. “The Great Compromise: Ideas, Interests, and the Politics of Constitution Making.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series 44 (July 1987): 424-57.

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Cooper, Joseph. “Assessing Legislative Performance: a Reply to the Critics of Congress.” Congress and the Presidency 13 (Spring 1986): 21-40.

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Bestor, Arthur. “Respective Roles of Senate and President in the Making and Abrogation of Treaties: the Original Intent of the Framers of the Constitution Historically Examined.” Washington Law Review 55.1 (1979): 1-135.

Bestor, Arthur. “Separation of Powers in the Domain of Foreign Affairs: the Intent of the Constitution Historically Examined.” Seton Hall Law Review 5 (Spring 1974): 527-665.

Henderson, Conway W. “The Anglo-American Treaty of 1842 in Civil War Diplomacy.” Civil War History 15 (Dec. 1969): 308-19.

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Note on Congressional investigations following the Civil War (one piece).

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Baker, Jean H. “A Loyal Opposition: Northern Democrats in the Thirty-Seventh Congress.” Civil War History 25 (June 1979): 139-55.

Notes on the Wade-Davis Act (two pieces).

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Castel, Albert. “Andrew Johnson: His  Rise and Fall.” Mid-America 45 (July 1963): 175-84.

Engle, Stephen D. “A Quarrel of Politics and Military: Don Carlos Buell and Andrew Johnson in Wartime Tennessee” (paper presented before the SHA, 1994) (typescript).

Foner, Eric, ed. “Andrew Johnson and Reconstruction: a British View.” Journal of Southern History 41 (Aug. 1975): 381-90.

Graf, Leroy P., and Ralph W. Haskins, ed. “Introduction.” In their The Papers of Andrew Johnson, Vol. 6: 1862-1864 (Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1983).

Hyman, Harold M. “Andrew Johnson.” In Leonard W. Levy, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents on Andrew Johnson (ten pieces).

“Mr. Johnson and the New Era.” The Round Table 3 (Nov. 1865): 152.

Scovel, James Matlock. “Personal Recollections of President Andrew Johnson.” National Magazine 18 (April 1903): 113-19.

Stampp, Kenneth M. Andrew Johnson and the Failure of the Agrarian Dream. An Inaugural Lecture Delivered Before the University of Oxford on 18 May 1962 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962) (pamphlet).

Trefousse, Hans L. “Unconditional Unionism in Tennessee: the Case of Andrew Johnson” (paper presented before the SHA, 1985) (typescript).

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Cox, John H., and LaWanda Cox. “Andrew Johnson and His Ghost Writers: an Analysis of the Freedmen’s Bureau and Civil Rights Veto Messages.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 48 (Dec. 1961): 460-79.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Civil War and Reconstruction Era documents on Andrew Johnson and African Americans (sixteen pieces).

“Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (4 Sept. 1863): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era (eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction policy, 1865 (fifty-three pieces).

“What Might Have Been.” The Nation (22 June 1866): 792.

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Blair, F.P. Note to his father, 19 June 1866.

Shenton, James P., ed. Excerpts from his The Reconstruction: a Documentary History of the South After the War, 1865-1877 (NY: Putnam’s, 1963).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction policy, 1867 (fourteen pieces).

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Franklin, John Hope. “Election of 1868.” In Arthur M. Schlesinger and Fred L. Israel, ed., History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1964 (Chelsea House, 1971).

Johnson, Andrew. “Veto Messages.” Message and Papers of the Presidents, vol. 6 (NY: Bureau of National Literature, 1897).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Andrew Johnson’s impeachment (five pieces).

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Boutwell, George. “The Usurpation.” Atlantic Monthly (Oct. 1866): 506-13. (see also Card 7.121)

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (nine pieces).

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Grant, Ulysses. Letter to Stanton on reorganization of army, 29 January 1866.

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Clark, John G. “Radicals and Moderates on the Joint Committee on Reconstruction.” Mid-America 45 (April 1963): 79-98.

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Miscellaneous excerpts on Andrew Johnson’s personality (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (thirty pieces).

Seward, Frederick W. “Hon. Frederick W. Seward on Reconstruction.” Washington Corno(?) (25 Jan. 1875): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, July 1865 (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, August 1865 (twelve pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, September 1865 (eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, October 1865 (ten pieces).

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“The ‘Loyalty’ of Alabama.” Boston Commonwealth (25 Nov. 1865): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, November 1865 (seventeen pieces).

“Mr. Sumner on Reconstruction.” Boston Commonwealth (25 Nov. 1865): n.p.

“Schuyler Colfax’s Speech.” Boston Commonwealth (25 Nov. 1865): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, December 1865 (twenty-eight pieces).

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“Usurpation Will Not Be Tolerated.” The Nation (9 Aug. 1866): n.p. (see also Card 7.109).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, January 1866 (twenty-three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, February 1866 (thirty-six pieces).

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Buckland, R.P. “Speech of Hon. R.P. Buckland, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, March 24, 1866″ (Congressional Globe Office, 1866).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, March 1866 (twenty-eight pieces).

“The Threat of Garrett Davis.” Boston Commonwealth (10 March 1866): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Fenians, June-November 1866 (seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, July 1866 (twenty-one pieces).

“Tennessee Admitted.” Boston Commonwealth (28 July 1866): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, September 1866 (twenty-five pieces).

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Caton, J.D. “The Crisis. How Public Affairs Appeared a Year Ago, and How They Appear Now. The Dangers of the Time and their Remedy. President Lincoln’s Policy of Restoration, and President Johnson’s Faithful Adherence to It. A Conclusive Defence of the Action of the President.” Chicago Times (10 October 1866): 6 (original article, brittle).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, October 1866 (forty-one pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, November 1866 (fourteen pieces).

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Beecher, Henry Ward. “Henry Ward Beecher. His Curious Inconsistencies–His Faith in the South (reports speech of 15 October 1866).” Washington National Intelligencer (17 Oct. 1866): n.p.

Blaine, James G. “Shall the Late Rebels Wield the Entire Civil Power of the South?” (speech before House of Representatives, 10 December 1866). Reprinted in his Political Discussions (Norwich, CT: Henry Bill Publishing Co., 1887): 72-6.

Blaine, James G. Speech, 29 August 1866. Reprinted in his Political Discussions (Norwich, CT: Henry Bill Publishing Co., 1887): 61-71.

Broom, W.W. (writing as “Eboracus”). “Universal Suffrage. Universal Suffrage in the Rebel States–Justice to the Negro–and Safety to the Republic! A Manifesto of the German ‘Unionbund’ of New York.” In Great and Grave Questions for American Politicians, with a Topic for America’s Statesmen (NY: 1865).

Cashdollar, Charles D. “Andrew Johnson and the Philadelphia Election of 1866.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 92 (July 1968): 365-83.

“Congress and the Country.” The Nation (22 March 1866): 358.

Conkling, Roscoe. Argument of Hon. Roscoe Conkling, June 26, 1866, Before a Special Committee of the House of Representatives, raised to investigate the administration of the Bureau of the Provost Marshall General (original pamphlet, brittle).

“The Connecticut Election.” The Round Table 3 (7 April 1866): 217.

“A Conversation on Contraction.” The Round Table 3 (24 March 1866): 185.

“The Duties of Peace.” The Round Table 3 (7 July 1866): 424.

“Enduring Peace.” The Round Table 3 (7 April 1866): 216.

Farley, Charles A. The Crisis and Its Lessons: an Address before an Encampment of the G.A.R. at Walnut Fork, Jones County, Ia., Nov. 29, 1866 (Dubuque, 1866) (pamphlet).

“Gov. Boutwell on Suffrage and the Impeachment of the President.” Boston Commonwealth (17 Nov. 1866): n.p.

Howe, Timothy Otis. “Provisional Governments (speech before the House of Representatives, 10 January 1866).” Congressional Globe, 39th Congress, first session (Congressional Globe Office, 1866): 162-69.

Ingersoll, Ebon Clark. “Speech before the House of Representatives, 5 May 1866.” Congressional Globe, 39th Congress, first session, part 3 (Congressional Globe Office, 1866): 2399-2406.

Is the South Ready for Restoration? (Philadelphia: Union League, 1866) (pamphlet).

Krout, John A., ed. “Henry J. Raymond on the Republican Caucuses of July, 1866″ (source unknown, pp. 835-42).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts from Reconstruction Era documents (two pieces).

“Mr. Stevens’s New Plan of Reconstruction.” The Nation (5 June 1866): 712.

“The New Political Party.” The Round Table 3 (7 July 1866): 424-5.

“Notes on the Pittsburg Convention.” Boston Commonwealth (13 October 1866): n.p.

Oglesby, Richard J. “The West to the East! Gov. Oglesby, of Illinois, on the President’s Policy: Plain Talk Powerfully Uttered!” Boston Commonwealth (31 March 1866): n.p.

Phillips, Wendell. “Wendell Phillips on ‘The Swindling Congress’.” Boston Commonwealth (10 Oct. 1866): n.p.

“The Questions Before the Country.” The Nation (11 Oct. 1866): 290-1.

Schurz, Carl. “The Logical Results of the War (speech delivered at Philadelphia, 8 September 1866).” Reprinted in The Speeches, Correspondence, and Political Papers of Carl Schurz (Putnam’s, 1913).

“The Terms of Reconstruction.” The Nation 3 (4 Oct. 1866): 270.

The Thirty-Nine Articles of Faith of the New Party, to be Organized at Philadelphia in August, 1866 (NY: Printed for the National (Johnson) Union Club, 1866) (pamphlet).

Van Wyck, H. Speech before the Republican National Convention, 5 September 1866.

Wagstaff, Thomas. “The Arm-in-Arm Convention.” Civil War History 14 (June 1968): 101-19.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on the Mexican Mission, 1866-68 (thirty-nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton (twenty-one pieces).

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Cox, S.S. Speech of Hon. S.S. Cox, of Ohio, on the Bill of H. Winter Davis, “To Guarantee to Certain States, Whose Governments are Usurped or Overthrown, a Republican Form of Government.” Delivered in the House of Representatives, May 4, 1864 (Washington: L. Towers & Co., Printers, 1864).

Kirkwood, Samuel Jordan. Special Message Delivered to the House of Representatives of the State of Iowa, by Governor S.J. Kirkwood, on Thursday, February 6, 1862 (Des Moines, IA: F.W. Palmer, State Printer, 1862).

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Loring, George B. Safe and Honorable Reconstruction. An Oration, Delivered at Newburyport, July 4, 1866 (South Danvers: Charles D. Howard, Printer, 1866) (pamphlet).

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Blight, David W. “‘For Something beyond the Battlefield’: Frederick Douglass and the Struggle for the Memory of the Civil War.” Journal of American History 75 (March 1989): 1156-78.

Douglass, Frederick. Excerpt from his speech “The Mission of the War” (13 January 1864).

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Lieber, Francis. Excerpt from his On Civil Liberty and Self-Government (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1875).

Card 137

Schurz, Carl. Letter to Charles Sumner, 9 May 1865.

Schurz, Carl. “The Treason of Slavery” (speech delivered at the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, 7 Oct. 1864). Reprinted in The Speeches, Correspondence, and Political Papers of Carl Schurz (Putnam’s, 1913).

Card 138

Sinha, Manisha. “The Caning of Charles Sumner and the Struggle for a Non-Racial Democracy in the Age of the Civil War” (paper presented before the OAH, 1997) (typescript).

Card 139

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (seven pieces).

Card 140

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (seventy-two pieces).

Worth, Jonathan. Inaugural Address of Jonathan Worth, Governor of North Carolina, Delivered at His Inauguration in Presence of Both Houses of the General Assembly, on the 22d of December, 1866 (Raleigh: Wm. E. Pell, State Printer, 1866) (pamphlet).

Card 141

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (four pieces).

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Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (five pieces).

Card 143

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, January 1867 (twenty-one pieces).

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Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, February 1867 (twenty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (fourteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, March 1867 (twenty-nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (four pieces).

Card 148

Joint Resolution prohibiting payment by any officer of the government to any person not known to have been opposed to the rebellion and in favor of its suppression (Public Resolution No. 27, 2 March 1867).

Card 149

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, April 1867 (sixteen pieces).

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Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, May 1867 (fifteen pieces).

Card 151

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (one piece).

Card 152

“General Sheridan as a Military Governor.” Boston Commonwealth (8 June 1867): n.p.

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, June 1867 (thirty-six pieces).

“Thad. Stevens’ Confiscation Policy.” Boston Commonwealth (6 June 1867): n.p.

Card 153

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics (twenty-five pieces).

Card 154

“The ‘Carnot’ of the War.” Intelligencer (15 July 1867): n.p.

“General Grant’s Position.” Daily Chronicle (24 July 1867): n.p.

Item on Stanton. Cleveland Herald (11 July 1867): n.p.

“The Military Commanders.” The Evening Star (2 July 1867): n.p.

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, July 1867 (thirty pieces).

“The Presidency.” Philadelphia City Item (27 July 1867): n.p.

“The Secretary of War.” Daily Chronicle (9 July 1867): n.p.

Thomas, George H. Holograph letter to Stanton, 14 July 1867.

Card 155

“Exposure of False Pretenses.” Intelligencer (15 August 1867): n.p.

“General Grant’s Letter.” Daily Chronicle (29 August 1867): n.p.

Grant, Ulysses S. Holograph letter to Andrew Johnson, 17 August 1867.

“The Johnson-Stanton Imbroglio.” Intelligencer (10 August 1867): n.p.

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, August 1867 (100+ pieces).

“Mr. Stanton Driven from the War Department.” Intelligencer (13 August 1867): n.p.

“Mr. Stanton’s Contumacy.” Intelligencer (7 August 1867): n.p.

“The New Crisis.” New York Herald (8 August 1867): n.p.

“The Order Removing Sheridan.” Daily Chronicle (21 August 1867): n.p.

“The Position of General Grant.” Intelligencer (31 August 1867): n.p.

“The President and Secretary of War.” Daily Chronicle (7 August 1867): n.p.

“The President Requests Secretary Stanton to Resign.” New York Daily Tribune (6 August 1867): n.p.

“The President vs. Secretary Stanton.” Intelligencer (9 August 1867): n.p.

“Probable Resignation of Mr. Stanton.” Daily Chronicle (7 August 1867): n.p.

“Removal of General Sickles.” Intelligencer (28 August 1867): n.p.

“Sheridan’s Removal.” Intelligencer (31 August 1867): n.p.

“The Spy on General Grant.” Intelligencer (2 August 1867): n.p.

Stanton, Edwin M. Letter to Otis Norcross, mayor of Boston, 23 August 1867.

“War.” Intelligencer (14 August 1867): n.p.

“What Mr. Stanton Spends.” Daily Chronicle (9 August 1867): n.p.

Card 156

“The Cabinet.” Washington Evening Star (7 September 1867): n.p.

Miscellaneous note and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, September 1867 (thirty-eight pieces).

“The Political Situation.” Intelligencer (6 September 1867): n.p.

“The Proposed Impeachment.”  Washington Evening Star (6 September 1867): n.p.

Card 157

“General Grant’s Views of Political Affairs.” Intelligencer (14 October 1867): n.p.

“General Grant’s Views of the State Elections.” Intelligencer (14 October 1867): n.p.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, October 1867 (thirty-one pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, November 1867 (twenty pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Reconstruction Era politics, December 1867 (twenty-one pieces).

“Telegrams to the Northern Press.” Intelligencer (28 December 1867): n.p.

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Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Stanton’s “spy” in the White House (three pieces).

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Ackerman, Bruce. “What Ken Starr Neglected to Tell Us.” New York Times (14 September 1998): A31.

Berkman, Harvey. “Top Profs: Not Enough to Impeach.” National Law Journal (5 October 1998): A01.

Boutwell, George S. “The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson. From the Standpoint of One of the Managers of the Impeachment Trial.” McClure’s Magazine (14 Dec. 1899): 171-82.

Boutwell, George S. Excerpt from his “Report for the Majority on the Impeachment of President Andrew Johnson.” Congressional Globe, 40th Congress, 2nd Session (Congressional Globe Office, 1867).

Christy, Arthur H. “Trials and Tribulations of the First Special Prosecutor Under the Ethics in Government Act of 1978.” Georgetown Law Journal 86 (July 1998): 2287-2297.

Corwin, Edward S. Excerpt from his The President (NY: New York University Press, 1948).

DiGenova, Joseph E. “The Independent Counsel Act: a Good Time to End a Bad Idea.” Georgetown Law Journal 86 (July 1998): 2299-2305.

Domer, Thomas. “The Role of George S. Boutwell in the Impeachment and Trial of Andrew Johnson.” New England Quarterly 49 (Dec. 1976): 596-617.

Dutton, Henry. “Impeachment and Military Government.” New England Review 27 (April 1868): 360-68.

Ellis, Charles Mayo. “The Causes for Which a President Can Be Impeached.” Atlantic Monthly (January 1867): 88-92.

“General Schofield Confirmed as Secretary of War.” Intelligencer (1 June 1868): n.p.

Gibbons, John J. “The Interdependence of Legitimacy: an Introduction to the Meaning of Separation of Powers.” Seton Hall Law Review 5.3 (Spring 1974): 435-88.

Griffin, Stephen M. “See No Evil, Report No Evil.” Legal Times (11 May 1998): 31-2.

High Crimes and Misdemeanors: What They Are, What They Aren’t. The Second Pamphlet for Committees of Correspondence on the Impeachment of Richard M. Nixon (Washington, DC: American Civil Liberties Union, n.d.) (pamphlet).

Hoffer, Peter C., and N.E.H. Hull. “The First American Impeachments.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series 35 (Oct. 1978): 653-67.

Hoffer, Peter C., and N.E.H. Hull. “Power and Precedent in the Creation of an American Impeachment Tradition: the Eighteenth-Century Colonial Record.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series 36 (Jan. 1979): 51-77.

“Impeachment.” American Law Review 1 (July 1867): 744.

“Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States.” Messages and Papers of the Presidents (NY: Bureau of National Literature, 1897): 709-57.

Johnson, Andrew. “Communication from the President of the United States, relating to the Suspension from the Office of Secretary of War of Edwin M. Stanton.” Congressional Globe, 40th Congress, 2nd Session (Congressional Globe Office, 1867).

Kinglsey, Thomas C., and Joseph Luke. The Federal Impeachment Process: a Bibliographic Guide to English and American Precedence, Historical and Procedural Development, and Scholarly Commentary (Ithaca, NY: Cornell Law Library, 1974; updated July 1998).

McDonough, James Lee, and William T. Alderson, ed. “Republican Politics and the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 26 (Summer 1967): 177-83.

Miscellaneous listserv (lawcourts-l, H-LAW) postings on impeachment proceedings (fifteen pieces).

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings on Johnson Impeachment (originals, brittle).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on impeachment proceedings (thirty-four pieces).

Morgan, Charles, Hope Eastman, Mary Ellen Gale, and Judith Areen. “Impeachment: an Historical Overview.” Seton Hall Law Review 5 (Spring 1974): 689-719.

Mushkat, Jerome. “The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson: a Contemporary View.” New York History 48 (July 1967): 275-86.

“Professors Sign Statement Opposing Impeachment.” Rice News (Rice University) (12 November 1998): 6.

“Report of the Committee on Military Affairs and the Militia in regard to the Suspension of Hon. Edwin M. Stanton from the Office of Secretary of War.” Congressional Globe, 40th Congress, 2nd Session (Congressional Globe Office, 1867).

Roske, Ralph J. “The Seven Martyrs?” American Historical Review 64 (Jan. 1959): 323-30.

Schofield, John M. “Controversies in the War Department: Unpublished Facts Relating to the Impeachment of President Johnson.” Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine 54 (August. 1897): 577-83. (attachment: “General Schofield Corrected.” Army and Navy Journal (21 August 1897): 951.)

Sefton, James E. “The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson: a Century of Writing.” Civil War History 14 (June 1968): 120-47.

Trefousse, Hans L. “Ben Wade and the Failure of the Impeachment of Johnson.” Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio 18 (Oct. 1960): 241-52.

Turner, Lynn W. “The Impeachment of John Pickering.” American Historical Review 54 (April 1949): 485-507.

Walsh, Lawrence E. “The Need for Renewal of the Independent Counsel Act.” Georgetown Law Journal 86 (July 1998): 2379-2389.

 

 


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