America Under Reconstruction: 1866 - 1890 (Original Source Series) (Volume 9) ebook
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America Under Reconstruction: 1866 - 1890 (Original Source Series) (Volume 9)

From President Andrew Johnson in 1866 to McKinley’s Presidency, America Under Reconstruction 1866 to 1890 offers firsthand accounts of those who participated in the transformation of America from a fractured nation to whole again. Read the accounts of eyewitnesses and participants who imposed reconstruction and carpet bagging upon the defeated South. Travel through time to an era of expansion, the...

Series: Original Source Series
Paperback: 312 pages
Publisher: PowerThink Publishing, LLC (April 1, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1936472090
ISBN-13: 978-1936472093
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.7 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 10401591
Format: PDF ePub djvu book

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purchase of Alaska, the addition of the 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution, Indian War on the Plains, building of the Transcontinental Railroad, assassination of Garfield, invention of the light bulb, the telephone, and the making of America as an industrial age super-power. Included Works: • Plea for General Amnesty by Schurz • Greenley During His Campaign for President by Greenley • Woman's Rights to the Suffrage by Susan B. Anthony • Sumner and the South by Lamar • Oration at Concord by Curtis • Speech Nominating Blaine for President by Ingersoll • Ingersoll at His Brother's Grave by Ingersoll • What Think Ye of Christ? by Moody • Conklings' Speech Nominating Grant for a Third Term by Conkling • Garfields' Speech nominating Sherman for President by Garfield • E. Benjamin Andrews on the Evils of Reconstruction by Andrews • Laying the First Successful Atlantic Cable by Field • Why the United States Wanted Alaska by Sumner • Treaty with Russia, 1867 by The U.S. and Russian Governments • Purchase of Alaska by Bancroft • Purchase of Alaska by Blaine • Hunting Buffalo to Feed the Railroad Builders by William Cody • Second Visit of Dickens by Dickens • Threatened Impeachment of Andrew Johnson by Cullom • Fourteenth Amendment by Stevens • Ulysses S. Grant, Eighteenth President by Rhodes • First Transcontinental Railroad by Davis • Black Friday by Medbery • Black Friday by Andrews • Alabama Claims and the Geneva Arbitration by Blaine • Fifteenth Amendment by Henry Wilson • Ku-Klux Klan by Federal Grand Jury • Great Chicago Fire by Horace White • Overthrow of the Tweed Ring by E. Benjamin Andrews • Greeley Campaign by James G. Blaine • Geneva Award in the "Alabama" Claims by The Arbitrators • Carpet-Bag Government by James Shepherd Pike • Panic of 1873 by E. Benjamin Andrews • Cuban Intervention Proposed by Hamilton Fish • Why Reconstruction Failed by E. Benjamin Andrews, Salmon P. Chase, John Sherman • Phases of Reconstruction in South Carolina by Daniel H. Chamberlain • Coming of the Telephone by Thomas A. Watson • Invention of the Telephone—The Share in it of Bell and Edison by Encyclopedia Brittanica • Celebration of the First Centenary by E. Benjamin Andrews • Centennial of the Republic by Unknown • Hayes-Tilden Presidential Contest by Edward Stanwood • Custer's Last Stand by Judson Elliott Walker • Edison's Electric-Light Inventions by Appleton's Annual Encyclopedia • Resumption of Specie Payments by Appleton's Annual Encyclopedia • Uncle Sam Resumes Specie Payments by John Sherman • Edison's Electric Light Invention by Frank L. Dyar and Thomas C. Martin • Reasons for Being a Republican by Ulysses S. Grant • Assassination of Garfield by Appleton's Annual Encyclopedia • Assassination of Garfield by Theodore Clarke Smith • Civil Service Reform Demanded by George William Curtis • North American Relations to South America by James G. Blaine • On the Death of Garfield by James G. Blaine • Blaine-Cleveland Campaign by Harry Thurston Peck • Death and Funeral of General Grant by James Grant Wilson • Chicago Haymarket Riot by Harry Thurston Peck • Old South and the New by Grady • Interstate Commerce Commission by Aldace Freeman Walker • Presidential Campaign of 1888 by Edward Stanwood • Johnstown Flood by E. Benjamin Andrews • Disputing the Samoan Islands with Germany by Harry Thurston Peck • McKinley Tariff Bill by Charles Sumner Olcott • Behring Sea Troubles with Great Britain by Blaine, Pauncefote and Salisbury • Work Done For Humanity by Miss Willard