8 edition of The 1864 presidential election found in the catalog.
Lincoln defeats McClellan in the 1864 presidential election, as the Civil War continues.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24) and index.
|Series||Headlines from history|
|LC Classifications||E458.4 .V54 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||2001007247|
The U.S. presidential election of was conducted in the middle of the Civil War, and as such the Confederate states did not participate. The war was taking a heavy toll in terms of lives and resources, and as such incumbent President Abraham Lincoln was seen as vulnerable.. The Lincoln/Johnson ticket ran with the slogan "Don't change horses in the middle of a stream," and over time a. The presidential election of in the North is a particularly strong example of the rhetorical power of the founding fathers; candidates, critics, and the electorate at large utilized them to bolster their arguments and to make sense of the : Jeffrey J. Malanson.
Get this from a library! Presidential election returns for Kansas, [Walter Whitmore Butcher] -- Descriptors: elections, Presidential elections, voting. Records show that Abraham Lincoln was re-elected in by a huge electoral vote majority, taking votes to his opponent’s But until a month or two before the election, it Author: John S. Cooper.
1 print: wood engraving with watercolor and letterpress ; x 71 cm (sheet) | Print shows bust portraits of Abraham Lincoln, George B. McClellan, Andrew Johnson, and George H. Pendleton above a map of the United States, with bust portraits of the previous 15 presidents with George Washington at top center, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe on the left margin. The hope of a counter-revolution over the draft or the Presidential election keeps them together. Then too, they hope for a Peace candidate who would let them go. A 'peace at any price' is fearful to contemplate. It would be but the beginning of war." By August of , Lincoln's political insiders advised him that his reelection was in jeopardy.
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Here, from the author of the acclaimed book The Class ofis the dramatic story of what may have been the most critical election campaign in American history. Taking place in the midst of the Civil War, the election of would determine the very future of the nation/5(22).
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. If you're looking for books specifically about the election, try these: David E. Long, The Jewel of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln's Re-election and the End of Slavery John C.
Waugh, Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency Larry E. Nelson, Bullets, Ballots, and Rhetoric: Confederate Policy for the United States Presidential Contest of United States presidential election ofAmerican presidential election held on Nov.
8,in which Republican Pres. Abraham Lincoln defeated Democrat George B. McClellan. As the election occurred during the American Civil War, it was contested only by the states that had not seceded from the Union. Library of Congress. The election would also set the precedent for absentee voting. Beforeabsentee voting was deemed unnecessary.
But in the midst of the war, a vast percentage of voters were at the front, and the issues at hand were ingrained in what. The United States presidential election in Oregon took place on November 8,as part of the United States presidential voters chose three representatives, or electors, to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.
Oregon was won by the incumbent President Abraham Lincoln (R-Illinois), running with former Senator and Military Governor of Turnout: % of the total population pp.
Racism in New York was rampant The 1864 presidential election book the presidential campaign, and the anti-emancipation newspaper New York World used every dirty trick in Author: Harold Holzer.
Meg Thompson talked about the election between President Abraham Lincoln and General George argued that President Lincoln was so unsure about his chances of reelection that he.
Rea Andrew Redd talked about the presidential election of He outlined the Republican and Democratic platforms, the different candidates and the logistics of getting soldiers to vote. This. Detailed national-level Presidential Election Results for Home Election Results Election Info Weblog Forum Wiki Search Email Login Site Info Store Note: The Google advertisement links below may advocate political positions that this site does not endorse.
My book on the election ofwhich Lincoln nearly lost because the North was stalemated in both Virginia and Georgia, will be published next week.
The title is DECIDED ON THE BATTLEFIELD: Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, and the Election of I. Lincoln and New York: Presidential Election. The Lincoln Institute's Web site presents an essay on the presidential election in the state of New York. Selected Bibliography. Primary Sources. Official Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention, Held in at Chicago.
Chicago: Times Steam Book and Job Printing House, It was Januarythe opening month of the third year of the Civil War, and to war weariness was added political angst. It was a presidential election year, and as one jaded skeptic noted, "the quacking" of politicians—“the buzzing of presidential intriguing”—was audible throughout the land.
The presidential election of was a remarkable example of the resilience of the democratic process in a time of extreme national uncertainty and chaos. The last presidential election to take place in wartime had been in Create an alternate history with this interactive electoral map.
Develop your own what-if scenarios. Change the president, the states won and the nominees. The presidential election year,had no sooner dawned than L.
Chittenden, Register of the Treasury, on January 2 wrote to Stevens: "I do not feel that it would be judicious under the circumstances to have Mr. Sessions, or any one else, come here now and act as the recognized agent of Gov.
Chase's immediate friends. Presidential Election Ballot Cast November 6, - Inventory Number: POL / SOLD. On Apthe Ohio Legislature authorized qualified Ohio voters, in actual Military Service to vote by absentee ballot if they were away from their resident polling places on Election Day.
The Presidential election of was the first to be held during a time of war and it resulted in a heated battle between the incumbent and his challenger. This lesson will look at Emilie Davis’ account of the elections, as well as the propaganda surrounding the election and campaign strategies.
In the United States Presidential election ofAbraham Lincoln was re-elected as president. Lincoln ran under the National Union banner against his former top Civil War general, the Democratic candidate, George B.
McClellan. McClellan was the "peace candidate" but did not personally believe in. The race for the White House was the United States’ first presidential election during wartime.
Proposals to postpone the election until the war ended gained little serious consideration. (my emphasis) The suggestion that some aides urged Lincoln to suspend the election is also mentioned in this article from BBC News.
Now, it seems that. Book Review--"A brief overview of the Civil War, especially as it played out during the election. Recommended."--San Diego City Schools Book Review--"This will be perfect for 5th grade ESL and for struggling readers studying the Civil War."--Salina Library System--Kansas.Reelecting Lincoln: The Battle for the Presidency by John C.
Waugh. The election ofconducted as the Civil War raged, was perhaps the most significant presidential election ever. Abraham Lincoln, revered by many. The 20th Presidential election in American history took place on November 8th, Right smack dab during the Civil War, so yeah, Americans were a .