Our Whole Country V1

Author: John Warner Barber
ISBN: 9781160710923
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In Two Volumes, Containing The General And Local Histories And Descriptions Of Each Of The States, Territories, Cities, And Towns Of The Union; Also, Biographical Sketches Of Distinguished Persons.

Clinton County

Author: Clinton County Historical Society
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439614830
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This 1861 engraving from Our Whole Country: Or the Past and Present of the
United States, Historical & Descriptive, Illustrated by 600 engravings, Vol. II gave
the world a chance to see the devastation and ruins following that memorable
event. The Rose Hill Cemetery in Camanche has a memorial honoring those who
lost their lives that evening. (Photograph from the Clinton County Historical
Society archives.) This cement hippopotamus welcomes visitors as they turn off

The Political History Of The United States Of America

Author: Edward McPherson
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In your hands rests, under the ruling of an all-wise Providence, the future of this
Republic. Four years of misrule by a sectional, fanatical and corrupt party, have
brought our country to the very verge of ruin. The past and present are sufficient
warnings of the disastrous consequences which would befall us if Mr. Lincoln's re
-election should be made possible by our want of patriotism and unity. The
inevitable results of such a calamity must be the utter disintegration of our whole
political ...

The United States Of My America

Author: Yahweh Yodhhewawhe
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1257747525
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THE FUTURE OF AMERICA My fellow Americans, America's future is in good
hands, we have a president who knows and realizes his presidency will be
judged more stringently than any other US President of the past. Our forty-fourth
President has been sent by God to heal our nation; where America will no longer
be a country for one group or one class, but it shall truly be a country for the
people and of the people. All I am saying is give him a chance by re-electing him
for four more ...

Letters And Messages Of Rutherford B Hayes President Of The United States Together With Letter Of Acceptance And Inaugural Address

Author: United States
Publisher: Best Books on
ISBN: 1623761360
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OF REPRESENTATIVES: With devout gratitude to the bountiful Giver of all good, I
congratulate you that, at the beginning of your first regular session, you find our
country ... It pointed to the time which all our people desire to see, when a
genuine love of our whole country, and of all that concerns its true welfare, shall
supplant the destructive forces of the mutual animosity of races and of sectional

The Friend

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tians like these, emanating from such a A source-our country already filled with
troops -cannot fail to fill our minds with consternaour sentiments were set forth
and our solemn protest entered against it: And, whereas, at a subsequent
general council of the nation, held at Red Clay, in August, 1837, a
communication from the President of the United States, on the subject of said
instrument, was delivered in full council by Col. John Mason, Special Agent of the
United States: And, whereas, ...

Journal Of The House Of Representatives Of The United States

Author: United States. Congress. House
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United States. Congress. House. Ordered, That the said petitions and memorials
be referred to the select committee on the currency. - Mr. Moore presented a
petition of Kohn, Daron, & Co., of the city of New Orleans, praying for the return of
... to go forward and occupy that position which belongs and shall be marked out
to it; and engages that it will not be wanting in any act or duty of devotion to the
Union, of fidelity to itself, and, above all, to the common cause of our whole