My Memories of Eighty Years

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MY MEMORIES OF EIGHTY YEARS

BY CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW

NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 1922

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH 3
  • II - IN PUBLIC LIFE 17
  • III - ABRAHAM LINCOLN 52
  • IV - GENERAL GRANT 67
  • V - ROSCOE CONKLING 75
  • VI - HORACE GREELEY 87
  • VII - RUTHERFORD B. HAYES AND WILLIAM M. EVARTS 99
  • VIII - GENERAL GARFIELD 107
  • IX - CHESTER A. ARTHUR 116
  • X - GROVER CLEVELAND 124
  • XI - BENJAMIN HARRISON 129
  • XII - JAMES G. BLAINE 141
  • XIII - WILLIAM McKINLEY 147
  • XIV - THEODORE ROOSEVELT 158
  • XV - UNITED STATES SENATE 175
  • XVI - AMBASSADORS AND MINISTERS 191
  • XVII - GOVERNORS OF NEW YORK STATE 209
  • XVIII - FIFTY-SIX YEARS WITH THE NEW YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY 225
  • XIX - RECOLLECTIONS FROM ABROAD 256
  • XX - ORATORS AND CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS 313
  • XXI - NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS 339
  • XXII - JOURNALISTS AND FINANCIERS 344
  • XXIII - ACTORS AND MEN OF LETTERS 358
  • XXIV - SOCIETIES AND PUBLIC BANQUETS 374
  • Index 411
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