Salmon P. Chase: A Life in Politics

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Index
Adams, Charles Francis: as Conscience Whig, 58; at Free-Soil convention, 63; nominated for vice president, 65; opposes Chase on Democratic coalition, 86, 89; as Liberal Republican, 316-17
Adams John Quincy, 11, 30, 44, 46, 47-49
Aiken, Frederick, 292
American party: nominates Fillmore, 111. See also Know-Nothing movement
American Sunday School Union, 17, 28
Amistad, 339 n. 60
Amnesty, 256, 286-87, 317
Ann Hamilton, 167
Annual Report, 1861: Chase Treasury recommendations, 146-47. See Also Chase, Salmon P.
Anthony, Susan B., 298
Anti-Catholicism, 97. See also Know- Nothing movement
Antietam, 177, 179, 187
Anti Masons: nominate Wirt, 41
Anti-Nebraska movement, 96, 97. See also Republican party
Antislavery league, 54
Appeal of the Independent Semocrats": Chase author of, 93-96; response to, 104
Army of the Potomac, 174
Ashley, James: opposes Know-Nothings, 100, 110; and Chase nomination in 1856, 111, 112, 114; and Chase nomination in 1860, 120-21, 123, 126, 127; Pomeroy committee member, 222; and Blair attack on Chase, 230; role in Johnson impeachment, 382 n. 74; mentioned, 180
Aspinwall, William, 149
Atlantic Monthly, 231
Auld, Jane ( Chase niece): Chase helps financially, 211; Chase bequest, 393 n.38
Bailey, Gamaliel: and formation of Liberty party, 44, 45, 46; seeks Birney withdrawal, 49; at Southern and Western Liberty convention, 52-53; supports Antislavery League, 54; supports Free-Soil ticket, 66; home as Free-Soil gathering place in Washington, 79; Chase boards in home of, 338 n.47; endorses Chase in Compromise debates, 81; defends Chase,

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