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Series 20, Printed Matter, 1854-1932 (continued)
Lewis Cass, Resignation as Secretary of State, 1860
East Tennesseans and the Civil War, 1861
Andrew Johnson, Secession, 1861
Amos Lawrence to Andrew Johnson, 1861
Speech at Meeting of Republican Central Committee, by Delafield E. Smith, 1861
Tennesseans on Secession, 1861
Tennessee Resolution, Stand on Slavery to be Amended to Constitution, 1861
The Civil War, 1861-1863
Kentucky's Sentiment on Secession, 1861
United States and British Negotiations on the Steamer Trent, 1861
Jesse David Bright, Expulsion from the United States, 1862
The Civil War, 1862
Andrew Johnson, Military Governor of Tennessee, 1862
Benjamin Stark, Admission to the Senate, 1862
Treason and Pardons, 1862
Governor Andrew Johnson, 1862-1864
The Negro Slave, 1863
Amnesty, 1864
Article on Nominating Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, 13 June 1864
Chattanooga Daily Gazette, 1864
Edward H. Ewing, 1864
Andrew Johnson, Views on Emancipation, 1864
Union State Convention, 1864
Commentary on Abraham Lincoln, 1865
Confiscation Fund, 1865
John Degrees and the Government Printing Office, 1865
Andrew Johnson, the New President, 1865
Andrew Johnson, Reflection upon the Death of Lincoln, 1865
Abraham Lincoln and Financial Affairs, 1865
BOX 236not filmed Hugh L. McCulloch, Speech at Fort Wayne, Ind., 1865
John H. Regan, Rebel Postmaster, 1865
Major General Charles R. Woods Orders Episcopal Church Closed, 1865
South Carolina, Reconstruction, 1865
Tennessee Legislature, 1865
The Thirteenth Amendment, 1865
Arrest of Sanford Conover, 1866
Butler's Domination at the Pittsburgh Convention, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1866
Jefferson Davis, 1866
The Fourteenth Amendment, 1866
General Walter Paye Lane, Reconstruction of Rebel States, 1866
Andrew Johnson and the Freedmen, 1866
Andrew Johnson and Reconstruction, 1866
Andrew Johnson and the Union Party, 1866
Andrew Johnson, Gubernatorial Ideas and Policies, 1866
Land Sale, 1866
Nepotism, 1866
Reconstruction Committee's Report, 1866
Second Annual Message to the Thirty-ninth Congress, 1866
Speech at Shelbyville, Tenn., by Edmund Cooper, 1866
The Thirty-Ninth Congress, 1866
J. B. Winger, Postmaster, 1866
Missouri Test Oath, Adverse Opinion of the United States Supreme Court, 1867
Thaddeus Stevens and Samuel Schoch, 1867
BOX 237not filmed Clippings
The Fortieth Congress, 1868
Andrew Johnson, Impeachment Trial, 1868
Jeannie Perry, 1868
Speech by Oliver P. Morton, 1868
Speech on Andrew Johnson, by William F. Johnson, 21 May 1868
George H. Williams and Henry W. Corbett-Oregon's Denunciation, 1868
“The Yankee Negro Constitution,” by Benjamin F. Perry, 1868
Butler vs. Blaine, 1869
The Fifteenth Amendment, 1869
Ulysses S. Grant, Acquisition of San Domingo, Cuba, and Haiti, 1869
Ulysses S. Grant, His Administration, 1869
Ulysses S. Grant, Inaugural Address, 1869
Ulysses S. Grant's Election to the Presidency, 1869
Income Tax, 1869
Andrew Johnson, after Retirement from the Presidency, 1869
Andrew Johnson, Tenure of Office Bill, 1869
President Ulysses S. Grant Withholds Pardons, 1869
Robert Johnson, Death
“The Legend of Easter Eggs,” a poem, 1869
President Ulysses S. Grant-Senator Edmund G. Ross Controversy, 1869
Recall of John P. Hale and Horatio J. Perry from Spain, 1869
Scandal in England, 1869
Texas vs. White, a Supreme Court Decision, 1869
Assassination of Greenwald, 1870
Benjamin F. Butler for President, 1870
Hamilton Fish (1808-1893), 1870
Gideon Welles to George M. Robeson, 1870
Gideon Welles to Thurlow Weed, Gosport Navy Yard, Va., 1870
Speech at Knoxville Industrial Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn., by Andrew Johnson, 1871
Ulysses S. Grant, Various Problems, 1872
Andrew Johnson Accepts Horace Greeley for President, 1872
Andrew Johnson, Campaign to Return to Congress, 1872
Civil Service Reform, 1872
Ulysses S. Grant and the Force Act, 1872
Ulysses S. Grant's Intervention in Arkansas' Government, 1872
Andrew Johnson Defeated for United States Senate, 1872
Charles O'Conor's Nomination at Louisville Convention, Louisville, Ky., 1872
The Public Debt, 1872
The Electoral College, 1873
The Forty-Second Congress, 1873
BOX 238not filmed The Case of Schuyler Colfax, 1873
Currency and Antimonopoly, 1875
Political Situation, 1875
Fitz-John Porter's Case in Review, 1875
Labor and Capital, 1875
Negro Officeholders, 1875
Carl Schurz-Missouri, 1875
Andrew Johnson, Alleged Bribery of Shelby County, Tenn. Representatives, 1875
Andrew Johnson, Currency, 1875
Andrew Johnson, Death, 1875
Andrew Johnson, Return to the United States Senate, 1875
Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, and the Louisiana Question, 1875
Benjamin F. Perry, Andrew Johnson Defended, 1885
Andrew Johnson and His Family in Retrospect, 1899
Andrew Johnson and Andrew Johnson Patterson, Memorial Service, 1932
Andrew Johnson Patterson, Death, 1932
John Q. Adams' Views on President Ulysses S. Grant, undated
American Agriculture in General, undated
Henry Carey, Author of “God Save the Queen,” undated
Joseph R. Cobb Case, Article on “Presidential Brokerage,” undated
Colonel St. George Leger Grenfel, undated
Commentary on the Constitution, undated
Compensated Emancipation Bill, undated
Connecticut Assembly on Theology and Politics, undated
Jacob Dolson Cox's Resignation from the Department of Interior, undated
Alexander Cummings, Editorial Protesting against His Appointment as Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service, undated
Fall of the Republican Party, undated
General Nathaniel Prentiss Banks on National Affairs, undated
General Judson Kilpatrick, undated
Governor Aaron Venable Brown of Tennessee for Senator, undated
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