From Jackson To Lincoln

Author: Robert Parks
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812215779
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From Jackson to Lincoln includes color reproductions of important nineteenth-century political and cultural documents with expert commentary.

Abraham Lincoln A Press Portrait

Author: Herbert Mitgang
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504028783
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CABINET AND HIS POLICY The second term of Abraham Lincoln as President of
the United States, commences to-day. He is our first President who has had a
second inauguration since that of General Jackson, in 1833—thirty-two years ago
. From Jackson to Lincoln we have had a lot of one term Presidents; and,
excepting General Harrison and General Taylor—both prematurely cut off—they
have been of the order of temporizing and trading politicians. Through all the
batch we look ...

Lincoln And Grant

Author: Edward H. Bonekemper, III
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 1621574237
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In light of Grant's initiative and Pemberton's hesitance to carry out Johnston's
order or abandon Vicksburg, Johnston was indeed too late.95 Partly because
Grant's spy network had advised him of Johnston's arrival and plans for
reinforcement, Grant did not hesitate to continue his expedited offensive.96
Because of Grant's concentration of force at Jackson, and despite torrential
downpours, his troops were able to drive the Confederates from Jackson in less
than a day of battle on May ...

Lincoln And The Triumph Of The Nation

Author: Mark E. Neely Jr.
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807869023
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Lincoln significantly transformed Jackson's nationalist doctrine. Despite those
differences, Lincoln had taken part of his argument from Jackson.38 Kenneth
Stampp has noted that Jackson's conclusion appears to be the model from which
Lincoln drew inspiration for some critical statements in the first inaugural address.
Jackson warned the people of South Carolina that he would fulfill the obligation
imposed on him by the Constitution “to take care that the laws be faithfully
executed.

Faith Against The Odds A Memoir Of My Journey From Mississippi To The Ivy League And Beyond

Author: Gladys January Willis
Publisher: WestBowPress
ISBN: 1490822941
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I stayed and persevered because I believed in Lincoln University and had a
passion for HBCU institutions. After all, an HBCU institution, Jackson State
College, gave me my first chance to pursue my dream to attend college. My
mission at Lincoln University became clearer each day, and it was a mission that
I wanted to fulfill. The first semester at Lincoln was the most difficult. However,
months later, more members of the English department began to attend my
department meetings.

Third St Corridor In 37 To In 45 46 Bypass Bloomington

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Generally speaking, the elevation (M.S.L.) increases as one travels from west to
east. The pavement is bituminous and between Adams and Walker Streets the
pavement width is 20 feet and 19 feet between Walker and Jackson Streets. The
entire stretch is classified as an ... Very little physical relief is evident, with
elevation decreasing slightly as one travels east from Jackson Street to Lincoln
Street and then increasingly from Lincoln Street to Dunn Street. The horizontal
alignment may ...

Greetings From The Lincoln Highway

Author: Brian Butko
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811711749
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There's a 1928 concrete marker out front, and behind the museum are Wister's
cabin from Jackson Hole, transported as a Bicentennial project, and a petrified
wood monument to the writer built in 1939. From Medicine Bow west to Rawlins,
railbeds were again used by the original Lincoln Highway until a new gravel
grade was opened to the south in the early 19205. Counting 1931 and 1942
realignments that are north, there are four parallel generations of Lincoln
Highway/U.S. Route ...

366 Days In Abraham Lincoln S Presidency

Author: Stephen A. Wynalda
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1626369151
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For every man in Jackson's army, three Union soldiers were kept from reinforcing
General George McClellan at Richmond. Afterward, Fremontbegged Washington
for reinforcements, forwarding rumors that Jackson, still justtothe south, had been
substantially reinforced. Lincoln, on thisday,told Fremont that Jackson
cannothave been materially reenforced, because such reinforcement couldonly
comefrom Richmond, andheismuch more likelytogoto Richmond than Richmond
is ...

Abraham Lincoln Ascendent

Author: Garry Boulard
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1462015417
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With the Montgomery delegates also swiftly approving a provisional constitution
modeled after the U.S. Constitution, all was ready for the expected arrival of
Davis on February 16. As Davis quickly prepared for a trip that would take him
from Jackson to Chattanooga to Atlanta and, finally, to Montgomery—traveling
nearly 700 miles to a city that was actually only 200 miles from Jackson (a sign of
the chaotic Southern rail system), Abraham Lincoln was saying goodbye to his
neighbors in ...