Andrew Johnson: A Study in Courage

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Adams, C. F., on Johnson, 195.
Agassiz, Louis, quoted, on negro suffrage, 293-294.
Alaska, 469.
Alta Vela, 612-614.
American Knights, 407.
American Party, 26.
"American Speaker," read aloud to Johnson, 2-3.
Anderson, Robert occupies Fort Sumter, 66; surrenders, 77.
Andrew, J. A., quoted on South, 236.
Arkansas, late in joining Confederacy, 108; 8 regiments enlisted in Union Army, 1863, 108; abolishes slavery, 150.
Ashley, J. M., presents bill, 151; quoted, 151-152; sketch of, 394- 395; moves appointment of committee of seven, 406; moves impeachment, 419; quoted, 463.
Bancroft, G., credited with writing Johnson's message, 243.
Beecher, H. W., 374; trial of, 811- 812.
Bingham, J., 702; quoted, 703-704.
Birney, James, advocates gradual emancipation, 46.
Black, Jeremiah S., 65; quoted, 91.
Blaine, J. G., on Johnson, 123, 215; quoted, 232, 234, 256, 308.
Blair, Frank, nominated, 746.
Blockade of Southern ports, 87.
Booth, John Wilkes, shoots President Lincoln, 193.
Bowles, S., quoted, 802.
Bradford, Gamaliel, on Sumner, 51.
Breckenridge, John C., nominated for President, 1860, 56; quoted, 85.
Brooks, J., 233, 573.
Brooks, Preston, attacks Sumner, 51.
Brown, Albert, Jr., quoted on Johnson, 168.
Brown, John, 39-40, Lincoln on, quoted, 57.
Browning, O. H., 315.
Brownlow, William, "Fighting Parson," 21; at Cincinnati, 98; delegate, 118; quoted, 120; elected Governor of Tennessee, 164; forces legislation, 304-306; elected U. S. Senator, 779.
Bryant, W. C., opposes Lincoln's renomination, 119.
Buchanan, James, 63-64, 69.
Buell, Don Carlos, 100, 101.
Buell, Sir F., quoted, 206.
Bull Run, First Battle, 83-84.
Butler, B. F., sketch of, 376-383; quoted 463-464, 607-608, 623-624, 625, 626-632, 653-654, 664-665; 819.
Cameron, Simon, 88; appointed Secretary of War, 89.
Camilla, Ga., riot, 756.
Campbell, L. D., 391-392.
Cartter, D. K., 565.
Catholics, attacked by Clingman, 17; defended by Johnson, 18, 19, 27- 28.
Charnwood, Life of Lincoln, quoted, 55; on Chase, 119.
Chase, Salmon P., 64; on Lincoln, 118; possible candidate, 144; speaks in Boston, 147; quoted, 303, 669, 737-739.
Choate, Joseph H., quoted, 127-128; character, 128.
Cincinnati, Johnson denounces secession, 80.
CincinnatiGazette, quoted, 145.
City life, 33.
Civil Rights Bill, 286-291.
Clay, Clement, 33, 338.
Clay, Mrs. Clement, 336-338.
Clingman, Thomas L., attacks Catholics, 17.
Colfax, Schuyler, nominated, 727.
Colorado seeks admission, 291; bill vetoed, 292; new bill, 399.
Confederate Congress, quoted, 157- 158.
Confederate States of America, 66; organized February, 1861; eleven states, 80.
Congress, 39th, 1865, 229.
Conover, Sanford, 335, 339, 486- 488.


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