6 edition of William E. Chandler, Republican found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by Leon Burr Richardson.|
|Series||American political leaders|
|LC Classifications||E664.C38 R5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 758 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||758|
|LC Control Number||40036033|
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William E. Chandler (–) Called by some naval historians the "founder of the modern navy," William Chandler enjoyed a long and controversial political career.
Born in Concord, New Hampshire, Chandler graduated from Harvard Law School in and became an early organizer for the Republican Party in New Hampshire. William E. Chandler. likes 4 talking about this. These books I present I hope will encourage, bless, and be built up in Republican book It's also written in story form in some locations of the books.
Chandler was a representative on the Republican National Committee from Concord, NH. Chandler criticizes President Rutherford B. Hayes for Republican book his campaign pledge to defend civil rights of blacks in the South and for betraying southern blacks and his party by appointing renegade Democrats to public office, especially in South Carolina and Louisiana.
William E. Chandler’s papers have been divided into two parts: his correspondence and papers as a politician () and his correspondence and court documents regarding his time as an attorney representing George Glover, the son of Mary Baker Eddy, in his suit against his mother ().
Author of Letters of Mr. William E. Chandler relative to the so-called southern policy of President Hayes, The soldiers' right to vote, Reply of Mr. Wm, The Railroad Traffic Agreement Bill, Suggestions of Mr.
William E. Chandler, counsel for the District of Columbia, in the investigation into the affairs of the District made before the House District committee, ApLetter of. William E.
Chandler has written: 'The New Hampshire Republican senatorial caucus of ' -- subject(s): Politics and government 'The soldiers' right to vote' -- subject(s): Politics and. (Washington, Printed by L. Towers, ), by William E. Chandler (page images at HathiTrust) Reply of Maj.
Gen. Sherman to the mayor of Atlanta, and speeches of Maj. Gen. Hooker, delivered in the cities of Brooklyn and New York, Sept. 22, There is a book "William E.
Chandler, Republican" by Leon Burr Richardson that covers the life of sen William E. Chandler. Change to Flat View. Subject: Author: Date Posted: Re: Harold James Chandler b.
SuzieNash Re: Harold James Chandler b. bondo William Eaton Chandler was a lawyer who served as the 30th United States Secretary of the Navy under President Chester A. Arthur and as a Republican U.S. William Eaton Chandler (Decem – Novem ) was a lawyer who served as United States Secretary of the Navy and as a U.S.
Senator from New Hampshire. CHANDLER, WILLIAM EATON, a Senator from New Hampshire; born in Concord, N.H., Decem ; attended the common schools and the academies in Thetford, Vt., and Pembroke, N.H.; graduated from Harvard Law School in ; admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Concord, N.H.; appointed reporter of the decisions of the supreme court of New Hampshire in ; member, State.
These letters are addressed to Mason W. Tappan primarily concerning Republican politics. Correspondents include N.H. senator John Parker Hale, William E. Chandler, Daniel Dewey Barnard, Senator Aaron Harrison Cragin, and Amos Tuck. Also includes letters on legal matters from U.S.
Attorney General Caleb Cushing. 1 print: chromolithograph. | Print shows William E. Chandler as a store clerk at the "Republican Misfit Clothing Company" helping David B. Hill purchase some new clothes; Hill is trying on a new coat that has a large golden medal labeled "McKinleyism" hanging from the lapel, it is too big for him, though Chandler tells him it fits perfectly.
William C. Chandler, 80, died Thursday, Ap at the Holyoke Soldiers Home. He was born in Westfield on to the late Harvey F. and Elizabeth (Macumber) Chandler. He was a lifelong resident of Westfield attended local schools and was a graduate of. Chandler, William E. (William Eaton), Soldiers' right to vote.
Who opposes it. Who favors it. Washington, Printed by L. Towers, (OCoLC) Named Person: George B McClellan; George B McClellan: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William E Chandler; Republican Congressional Committee, William E. Chandler, Republican Richardson, Leon B.
(Dodd, ) "The story told in these pages is a story of N. H." William Plumer Of New Hampshire, Turner, Lynn W. (North Carolina, ). New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, ; Thompson, Carol L. “William E. Chandler: A Radical Republican.“ Current History 23 (November ): Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, Present.
William E. Chandler was born in Concord, New Hampshire to Nathan S. Chandler and Mary Ann (Tucker) Chandler. William's elder brother, John Chandler, was a successful East India merchant and his younger brother George Chandler, an attorney who served as a major during the Civil War.
Burrows of Michigan and the Republican Party; a biography and a history, (New York [etc.] Longmans, Green and Co., ), by William Dana Orcutt (page images at HathiTrust) Republican campaign text book.
(Washington: Republican Congressional Committee), by Republican Congressional Committee (page images at HathiTrust) Why I am a Republican.
assistant postmaster-general brady and william e. chandler examined--the package of dispatches left on gen. BUTLER'S DESK BY MR. CHANDLER--HOW THEY CAME TO BE PUBLISHED--NOTHING ON THE REPUBLICAN.
Author of books: A Study of the Liberal College (, education) General Chemistry (, science) History of Dartmouth College (, corporate history) William E. Chandler, Republican Born: The Republican National Convention convened from June 2 to June 8,at the Interstate Exposition Building in Chicago, Illinois, United States, and nominated Representative James A.
Garfield of Ohio and Chester A. Arthur of New York as the official candidates of the Republican Party for president and vice president, respectively, in the presidential election.
William E. Chandler, a Republican, was U.S. Senator from New Hampshire,Assistant Secretary of the Treasury,and Secretary of the Navy, From the description of Excursion to Kansas and the Plains over the Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division, May-August, (New Hampshire Historical Society Library).
Republican hold. √ William E. Chandler (Republican) South Dakota (Class 2) New state South Dakota admitted to the Union November 2, First senators elected Octoin advance of statehood. Republican gain. √ Richard F. Pettigrew (Republican) Bartlett Tripp (Democratic) 14 Absent/not voting 2: South Dakota.
William Eaton Chandler of the New Hampshire Senate in the 56 congress. Member of the Republican Party was born and died ICPSR # Print shows William E. Chandler as a store clerk at the "Republican Misfit Clothing Company" helping David B.
Hill purchase some new clothes; Hill is trying on. Political Capitol Republican rivalry divides conservatives, progressives in Concord.
If you think politics is a dirty game now, what with the controversial “Citizen’s United” U-S Supreme Court decision giving corporations freedom of speech (and freedom to spend limitless amounts to influence elections), then travel back with us to the turn of the 20th century, as told in Crosscurrents of.
Three years later, Congress moved toward legislative action. Senator William E. Chandler, Republican of New Hampshire, became chairman of the Senate’s first standing committee on immigration in and thereby assumed the lead of the restrictionist movement.
GARFIELD, James Abram, a Representative from Ohio and 20th President of the United States; born in Orange, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Novem ; attended district school; driver and helmsman on the Ohio Canal; entered Geauga Seminary, Chester, Ohio, in March ; attended the Western Reserve Eclectic Institute (now Hiram College), Hiram, Ohio, ; graduated from Williams College.
early admirer, William E. Chandler (), by now a widower with three sons (Joseph, bornWilliam, born and Lloyd, born ). Of these sons, she apparently was involved in raising only Lloyd, and little is known of the later lives of any of the three. She and Chandler married in and their son, John Parker Hale Chandler.
Anticipating a dangerous confrontation, the Republican guber-natorial claimant William Pitt Kellogg asked the party's national committee chairman, William E. Chandler, if federal troops would be available to enforce court orders against Warmoth and the Fusionist "governor" John D. McEnery. The meaning of .