Fernando Wood: A Political Biography

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INDEX
"A Bird in the Bush," 73
Adams, John Quincy, 18
Alabama claims, 179
AlbanyArgus, 90
Albany Regency, 68. See also Democratic party; Richmond, Dean; Seymour, Horatio; Tammany Hall
Allison, William B., 228, 232
Almshouse Department. See Municipal Charter ( 1853)
Ames, Oakes, 196-98
Anderson, Robert, 116
Anglophobia, 13, 17-18, 94, 159, 164, 213
Ann Street, 157
Antiemancipationism, 118, 125, 131-32; and Tammany Hall, 127-28, 133
Antiurbanism, 39, 70, 71
Apollo Hall, 192, 203, 205
Arnell, Samuel M., 186
Arthur, Chester A., 247
Artisan's Bank, 104, 110-11
Ashley, James M., 163
Baltimore convention ( 1860), 105-6
Bank Fraud, 13-15, 35, 57
Banks, Nathaniel P., 187, 188
Barker, Isaac O., 42, 57, 59. See also Know- Nothing party
Barker, James W., 35, 36. See also Know- Nothing party
Barlow, Samuel L. M., 92, 126, 127, 137, 217; and McClellan, 126, 147-50. See also Marble, Manton
Barnard, George C., 111, 162, 175; and Marvine Affair, 133, 134
Barnburners and Hunkers, 10, 21, 22, 26-29, 32-34
Barr, Thomas J., 31, 34
Barrett, Walter. See Scoville, Joseph A.
Bayard, Thomas F., 208, 225
Beach, Moses Y., 24, 26, 84
Bell, John, 107, 110
Belknap, William W., 209
Belmont, August, 81, 92, 107, 146, 179, 193; and McClellan, 126, 146. See also Douglas, Stephen; Richmond, Dean; Tammany Hall
Bennett, James Gordon, 26, 43, 58, 87; and Buchanan, 61; and fusion, 106-7; racism of, 96; and Wood Lease, 157; and Wood's deception of, 61, 66, 84. See also New York Herald
Berrymen, Wilson, 231
Biddle, Nicholas, 7, 8. See also Democratic party
Bilbo, William N., 153
Bingham, John A., 170, 198
Birdsall, Ausburn, 88
Black Friday scandal, 179
Black suffrage. See Greeley, Horace; Tammany Hall
Blackburn, Joseph C. S., 235
Blaine, James G., 175, 193, 196; and rivalry between Cox and Wood, 200; as Speaker, 180, 200
Blair, Francis P., Jr., 190, 191
Blair, Montgomery, 119, 155, 158

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • One - The Beginning 1
  • Two - Foundations 13
  • Three - First Victory 31
  • Four - The Model Mayor 41
  • Five - The Political Mayor 63
  • Six - The Southern Candidate 82
  • Seven - The Southern Mayor 98
  • Eight - The Politics of Loyalty 116
  • Nine - The Peace Democrat 133
  • Ten - Political Exile 152
  • Eleven - The Politics of Frustration 170
  • Twelve - Congressional Leader 190
  • Thirteen - An Uncertain Majority 221
  • Fourteen - The Man and His Career 243
  • ABBREVIATIONS USED IN NOTES 248
  • Notes 249
  • Bibliography 293
  • Index 313
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