Freedom, Union, and Power: Lincoln and His Party during the Civil War

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INDEX
abolitionists, 263, 273, 316
Adams, Charles Francis, 74–77, 83–84, 125
criticism of Buchanan's policies, 68
criticism of Lincoln and cabinet, 106
on Lincoln's cabinet, 102
on McClellan's nomination, 284
projected impact of Lincoln's reelection, 288
on Republican compromise, 72
on selecting a chief justice, 196
view of Southerners and power, 61
on West Point graduates, 222
Adams, Henry, 25
Adams, John Quincy, 75
agriculture, 304, 310–313, 322
Albany Evening Journal, 77
Albany Morning Express, 285
Alley, John, 166
Andrew, John, 35, 65,125,127,197, 203 204,278,288,311
Anthony, Henry, 187
an ti slavery movement, 17, 75–76, 108, 146. See also Republican party
aristocracy, 40, 41
army, citizen, 219, 223
Arnold, Isaac, 164–165,174–175, 308
Ashley, James, 72,145,149,160–161, 164–168,180
Atkinson, Edward, 36
Bailyn, Bernard, 23
Baker, Edward, 222
Bancroft, George, 242, 270
banking, national system of, 43, 48, 310, 317–318
Banks, Nathaniel, 96, 197
Barlow, S. L. M., 344
Barnett, Thomas, 253
Barney, Hiram, 156
Bates, Edward, 96,101,103,110,155, 190,198, 338
Beecher, Henry Ward, 269
Benton, Thomas Hart, 14,146
Bigelow, John, 37,150,159–160, 225
Bingham, John, 183
black soldiers, 277, 338–339
black suffrage, 17, 239, 333
Blaine, James G., 49,145,167, 283–284, 303
Blair, Austin, 20, 21,188, 270
Blair, Francis Preston, 82,159
Blair, Frank, 61, 66, 67,119,123,159, 238, 336
Blair, Montgomery, 122–123, 336
as chief justice candidate, 198
confiscation bill and, 150
John Andrew to, 65
as member of Lincoln's cabinet, 96, 99,103,110
reaction to Lincoln's emancipation bill, 155,159
on realignment of Democrats and Republicans, 343–345
removal from Cabinet, 67,116–120, 124, 283
support for Andrew Johnson, 281
support for transcontinental railroad, 46
West Virginia statehood and, 190
Booth, John Wilkes, 143
Boritt, Gabor, 236
Boutwell, George, 24,156,161, 337
Bowles, Samuel, 80–81,288
Bright, Jesse, 268
Brisbane, Albert, 277
Brooks, James, 164
Brooks, Preston, 11
Brough, John, 120–121,268, 287
Browne, J. Ross, 23

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