Johnson, Grant, and the Politics of Reconstruction

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INDEX
Alabama: constitutional convention, 73, 74, 76-77, 91; 1867 election in, 46, 47, 48, 75; 1868 election in, 86, 133; Knights of the White Camelia in, 93; 1868 disorders in, 135
Alcorn, James, 43
Amnesty proclamations, lo, 14, 15, 37, 122, 158n24
Anthony, Sen. Henry B., 173n15
Arkansas: provisional government, 9; ratification of Fourteenth Amendment, 30; 1867 elections in, 46, 48, 162n24; constitutional convention, 74, 92; 1868 election in, 94; readmission of, 101; and 1868 Democratic convention, 125; 1868 disorders in, 135, 143
Army: role of in implementation of Reconstruction Acts, 2, 3, 8, 23, 27- 28, 31-34, 36, 37, 74-76, 135-36, 143; Command of the Army Act, 4, 24, 88; General Orders 3 and 44, 28; District Commanders, 30-34, 36, 37, 40, 74-76, 89-90, 135-36, 143, 157n11; military districts, 40, 74- 76, 100, 157n11; 1867 Appropriations Act, 135-36
Ashley, Rep. James M., 51
Baltimore, Md., 29
Beale, Howard K., The Critical Year, cited, 1.
Belmont, August, 108, 118, 119
Bennett, James Gordon, 118
Bingham, Rep. John A., 95, 171n1
Black, Jeremiah S., 89
Black Codes, 14, 27
Blair, Frank, Jr., 117, 122, 130, 132; nomination as Vice-President, 128, 141; national vote on, 143
Bonadio, Felice A., 152n10; cited, 5
Bonds, government: bondholders, 58- 59; redemption of, 59-63, 98, 105- 11, 112, 119, 122, 136-37; repayment in greenbacks, 60-62, 106, 107-12, 119, 122, 136, 137, 142
Boston Post, 54, 55
Boutwell, Rep. George S., 171n1
Brodhead, James, 122, 128, 130, 132
Brooks, Rep. James, 78
Brown, Gov. Joseph E., 39, 40, 43
Buchanan, Gen. Robert, 90
Butler, Benjamin F., 78, 88, 171n1; and bond redemption, 63, 100, 107, 110
Cabinet: change under Johnson ( 1866), 18; question of Johnson's authority re under Tenure of Office Act, 32, 94
Cagger, Peter, 119
California: Negro suffrage issue, 53, 56; 1867 election in, 63, 64, 113, 154
Canby, Gen. Edward R. S., 36, 37
Chase, Salmon P.: secretary of the treasury, 59, 79; contender for presidency, 67, 69, 117-20, 122, 125-26, 138, 140, 141-42; presiding officer of Senate in Johnson trial, 88, 90, 95, 96, 97, 117
Chicago Times, 54-55, 76; on Negro suffrage, 55, 121; on bond redemption, 62, 107, 108; and 1867 election, 65, 66; and presidential nomination, 119-20
Chicago Tribune, on bond redemption, 110
Church, Sanford, 121, 123, 125, 136

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