1 edition of Fernando Wood correspondence found in the catalog.
Fernando Wood correspondence
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Family and general correspondence, speeches, writings, diaries, memoirs, notebooks, scrapbooks, and other papers documenting Blaine's public career. Selected Search Terms The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Library's online catalog. Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester Scope and Content The Papers of the Josiah T. Miller Family of Seneca Falls, New York consist of two distinct groups of correspondence, totaling letters, and a small group of miscellaneous printed and manuscript material.
Family and general correspondence, speeches and writings, diaries, memoirs, notebooks, scrapbooks, and other papers documenting Blaine's public career. Includes a draft of his book, Twenty Years of Congress (). Documents national and Republican Party politics during Reconstruction and afterward, the presidential campaign of , and foreign policy in regard to Europe and Latin America. The more certainly to insure the success of Vallalandigham his friends have called a grand mass meeting to be held at the same time and place, and have been at work for several weeks, assisted in their efforts by himself in Canada, to urge upon such leaders of the peace party as Fernando Wood, D. W. Voorhees, Alexander Long, Abbe McMaster.
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Fernando Wood (J – Febru ) was an American politician of the Democratic Party and the 73rd and 75th mayor of New York City; he also served as a United States Representative (–, –, and –) and as Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means in both the 45th and 46th Congress (–).
A successful shipping merchant who became Grand Constituency: 9th district (), 10th district (. Author of An address on the genius, public life, and opinions of Alexander Hamilton, Fernando Wood correspondence, Speech of Hon.
Fernando Wood, delivered in the House of Representatives, Monday, ApGovernment finances, Speech of Fernando Wood, on the bill to provide internal revenue, delivered in the House of Representatives, ApContract of Andrew J.
Hackley with the. FERNANDO WOOD was Democratic Congressman from New York City fromand to his death in From and in andWood was Mayor of New York City. Fragile. Nicked, worn and torn upper, left and lower edges. Folds, vertical fold at the "F" and second "n" in Fernando.
Manuscript/Mixed Material Abraham Lincoln papers: Fernando Wood correspondence book 2. General Correspondence.
Fernando Wood to Abraham Lincoln, [June 5, ] (Interview). Fernando Wood was an American Democratic politician who served as mayor of New York City; United States Representative; and Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means in both the 45th and 46th Congress.
This collection consists predominantly of correspondence addressing. General Correspondence. Fernando Wood to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, Aug (Support) Enlarge View 3 images in sequence.
Transcript: PDF | XML. Download: Go. About this Item. Title Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. Fernando Wood to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, Aug (Support). WOOD, FERNANDO, (brother of Benjamin Wood), a Representative from New York; born in Philadelphia, Pa., J ; attended the public schools; moved with his father to New York City in ; was engaged in business as a shipping merchant in ; elected as a Democrat to the Twenty-seventh Congress (March 4, March 3, ); unsuccessful candidate for reelection to the.
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Fernando Wood, his forgeries and other crimes (Book) A history of the private, political and official misdeeds and offences of Fernando Wood: to Brown brothers & co., George Douglas, Schuyler Livingston [and others] by Abijah Ingraham. Download Image of Fernando Wood to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, Decem (Proposal to end war).
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Includes copies of letters. Abstract: Fernando Wood was an American Democratic politician who served as mayor of New York City; United States Representative; and Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means in both the 45th and 46th Congress.
This collection consists predominantly of correspondence addressing personal, financial, and political matters. Wood, who brought out Fernando Wood's interest on the 14th of May, Perhaps Mr. Parsons would be able to give you some information, although this is entirely conjecture on my part.
I do not sign this as I do not wish to be drawn into any matter in which Ben. Wood is concerned. Fernando Wood (), American politician, was mayor of New York City, and a leading Peace Democrat during the Civil War.
Fernando Wood was born in Philadelphia on J After a meager education, he worked at a number of jobs, twice failing in businesses of his own.
By he had entered shipping, and in he made great profits. Fernando Wood has appeared in the following books: Fernando Wood: A Political Biography, Abraham lincoln and the fifth column, and New York City Mayors.
Some weeks ago we published a letter from Mr. G.B. LAMAR to Hon. FERNANDO WOOD, proposing to enter into a joint stock blockade-running operation for running the blockade. news from washington.; the next house op representatives. important correspondence with the british government.
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Daniel To Fernando Wood, New York, 28 Dec Box 1 Gaynor, William J. To Edwin.This collection of previously unpublished diaries and correspondence between Maj.
William Medill and older brother Joseph, one of the influential owners of the Chicago Tribune, illuminates the Republican politics of the Civil War brothers correct newspaper coverage of the war, disagree with official military reports, and often condemn Lincoln administration policies.Fernando Wood was one of the most controversial figures of nineteenth-century America.
His fellow New Yorkers either respected or despised him, depending whether they considered his policies beneficial or harmful to their interests. The character revealed herein possessed some admirable.