The Presidential Election of 1880

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INDEX
Adams, Charles Francis, 8, 11
Adams, Henry, 6, 8, 167-68
Albany Regency, 60
Alfriend, Frank H., 143
Alling, John W., 223
Allis, Edward P., 159
Alta Californian on support of Garfield by Rosecrans, 213
American Anti-Mason party, 165-66, 243
Ames, Oakes, 184note, 227, 228, 229, 231
Argonaut on Bayard as presidential candidate, 79
Arthur, Chester A. conciliation favored by at Republican National Convention, 85
Julia Sands and, 264, 265
merit system and, 264
nomination of for vice-presidency, 110, 117-18
on charge of vote buying in Indiana, 204
political triumph of, 265
reaction of press to nomination of, 118-19
removal of as collector of customs in New York, 24-25
Atkins, George W., 244-45
Atlanta Constitution on cause of Democratic defeat in 1880, 247-48
on Electoral Commission and Hancock's candidacy, 152
on Garfield's victory, 249
on Grant as presidential candidate in 1880, 80-81
on importance of New York in 1880 elections, 81
Austin, Harmon, 229
Badeau, Adam, 43
Banks, interest of in Republican party,196
Barker, Wharton activity of in Republican campaign, 195
efforts of for Garfield at Chicago convention, 90-91, 91note, 102, 109, 111-12
Garfield's candidacy and, 38, 38note
Barlow, Samuel L., 74-75, 142-43, 156
Barnum, William H., 128, 205, 206, 207, 222, 243-44
Bateman, Warner M., 83, 149
Bates, George H., 127, 138-39, 141 Bayard, Thomas F. as candidate for Democratic nomination in 1876, 16
as candidate for Democratic nomination in 1880, 63-68, 73-75, 77-81, 132-33, 136, 137, 140, 141-43, 241-42
as hard-money advocate, 64-65
attack of on Garfield, 211
biography of by Spencer, 155
campaign attack of on Garfield, 211
campaign speeches of on the tariff, 218-19
charges against of Watterson and Marble, 54
failure of the South to support, 138, 142note, 143
loss of 1880 nomination by, 154-56

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  • Jesuit Studies i
  • Jesuit Studies iii
  • Jesuit Studies iv
  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - The Struggle For The Republican Nomination 22
  • Chapter 11 - Democratic Struggles For Nomination 52
  • Chapter III - The Republican National Convention 82
  • Chapter IV - The Democratic National Convention 122
  • Chapter V - Third Party Movements During The Campaign of 1880 157
  • Chapter VI - The Republican Campaign 167
  • Chapter VII - The Democratic Campaign 206
  • Chapter VIII Garfield Wins And Loses 240
  • Bibliography 269
  • Index 279
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