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1. Rutherford B. Hayes: Nineteenth
2. The Inaugural Speeches of the
3. The Life, Public Services and
4. James D. Richardson- Messages
5. Thomas Nast: Political Cartoonist
6. Samuel Tilden the Real 19th President

1. Rutherford B. Hayes: Nineteenth President 1877-1881 (Getting to Know the Us Presidents)
by Mike Venezia
Paperback: 32 Pages (2006-09)
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Asin: 0516254049
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Presents a biography of Rutherford B Hayes ... Read more

2. The Inaugural Speeches of the President - Rutherford B. Hayes
by Rutherford B. Hayes
Kindle Edition: Pages (2009-10-15)
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3. The Life, Public Services and Select Speeches of Rutherford B. Hayes
by J.Q. Howard
Kindle Edition: Pages (2008-12-13)
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CONTENTS.CHAPTER I.* ANCESTRY.* Line of Descent — Family Tradition — Indian Fighters — Grandfather Rutherford — Chloe Smith Hayes — Father and Mother — Characteristics — Tribute to a Sister — General Character of AncestorsCHAPTER II.* BOYHOOD AND EDUCATION.* Birthplace — University — Springs — Kossuth's Allusion — Early Instructors — Sent East — College Life — Began the Study of Law — At Harvard Law School — Story, Greenleaf, Webster, Agassiz, and Longfellow — Admission to BarCHAPTER III.* AT THE BAR.* Commences Practice — First Case — Partnership with Ralph P. Buckland — Settles in Cincinnati — Becoming Known — Literary Club — Nancy Farrer Case — Summons Case — Marriage — Law Partners — City SolicitorCHAPTER IV.* IN THE FIELD.* Appointed Major — Judge Advocate — Lieutenant-Colonel — South Mountain — Wounded — Fighting while Down — After Morgan — Battle of Cloyd Mountain — Charge up the Mountain — Enemy's Works Carried by Storm — First Battle of Winchester — BerryvilleCHAPTER V.* FROM MAJOR TO MAJOR-GENERAL.* Opequan — Morass — First Over — Intrepidity — Official Reports — Assault on Fisher's Hill — Battle of Cedar Creek — Commands a Division — Promoted on Field — His Wounds — A Hundred Days under FireCHAPTER VI.* IN CONGRESS.* Nomination — Refuses to Leave Army — Election Incident — Election — Course in Congress — Services on Library Committee — Votes on Various Questions — Submits Plan of Constitutional Amendments — Re-nominated by Acclamation — Re-elected by Increased Majority — Overwhelmed with Soldiers' Letters — Character as CongressmanCHAPTER VII.* ELECTED GOVERNOR OF OHIO.* Party of States Rights — Their Convention — Platform — Nomination of Thurman — Republican Convention and Platform — Nomination of General Hayes — Opening Speech at Lebanon — Thurman at Waverly — National Interest Aroused — Hayes Victorious — Inaugural — First Annual Message — Second Annual MessageCHAPTER VIII.* SECOND ELECTION AS GOVERNOR.* Re-nomination — Democratic Platform — Nomination of Rosecrans — Declines — Pendleton Nominated — Hayes at Wilmington — Election — Second Inaugural — Civil Service Reform — Short Addresses — Letters — Annual Message — Democratic Estimate of It — Davidson Fountain Address — Message of 1872 — Work AccomplishedCHAPTER IX.* THIRD TIME ELECTED GOVERNOR.* The Senatorship Declined — Army Banquet Speech — Third Time Nominated for Congress — Glendale Speech — Declines a Federal Office — Making a Home — Nomination for Governor — Platform — Serenade Speech — Democratic Convention and Platform — Marion Speech of Hayes — Woodford — Grosvenor — Schurz — Inflation Drivel — Interest in the Contest — Honest Money Triumphant — Third InauguralCHAPTER X.* NOMINATION TO THE PRESIDENCY.* Early Suggestions — Letters on Subject — Garfield Letter — Action of State Convention — Cincinnati Convention — Course of his Friends — First and Second Day's Events — Speech of Noyes — Balloting — Nominated on Seventh Ballot — Officially Notified — Habits — Personal Appearance — Family — Letter of Acceptance — Character as a Soldier, Magistrate, and Man — Domestic SurroundingsAPPENDIX.* I. Speech at Lebanon, Ohio, August 5, 1867* II. Speech at Sidney, Ohio, September 4, 1867* III. Speech on his Re-nomination, June 23, 1869* IV. Speech at Zanesville, Ohio, August 24, 1871* V. Speech at Marion, Ohio, July 31, 1875* VI. Speech at Fremont, June 25, 1876. ... Read more

4. James D. Richardson- Messages and Papers of Rutherford B. Hayes A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents
by James D. Richardson
Kindle Edition: Pages (2009-07-05)
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Asin: B002G9TDSS
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Whereas the final adjournment of the Forty-fourth Congress without
making the usual appropriations for the support of the Army for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1878, presents an extraordinary occasion
requiring the President to exercise the power vested in him by the
Constitution to convene the Houses of Congress in anticipation of the
day fixed by law for their next meeting:

Now, therefore, I, Rutherford B. Hayes, President of the United
States, do, by virtue of the power to this end in me vested by the
Constitution, convene both Houses of Congress to assemble at their
respective chambers at 12 o'clock noon on Monday, the 15th day of
October next, then and there to consider and determine such measures
as in their wisdom their duty and the welfare of the people may seem
to demand.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of
the United States to be affixed.
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5. Thomas Nast: Political Cartoonist and 'President Maker'
by Daniel Alef
Kindle Edition: Pages (2009-03-03)
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Asin: B001UHN7J8
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Thomas Nast has been called the greatest political cartoonist of all time. He was much more than that. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant attributed his presidential victory in the 1868 campaign "to the sword of (Indian-fighting Gen. Phil) Sheridan and the pencil of Nast." Nast could smite the most powerful titans with a single stroke of that pencil. New York's "Boss" Tweed would attest to this. He went to prison and died there because of Nast. So would Horace Greeley who saw his efforts to ascend the presidency flustered by Nast and his vituperative cartoons. But above his political tour de force, Nast gave us four memorable and immortalimages: the Democratic donkey, the Republican elephant, Santa Claus and Uncle Sam. [1,366-word Titans of Fortune article with illustrations]

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Biographical Profile
Thomas Nast is not well known today. He should be. His artistic talent was unquestionable; he could have been a world-class painter. Instead he opted for the political arena and became one of the most powerful men of his era. He sliced political opponents with a rapier-like pen. He was as merciless as he was creative. Above all he gave us enduring images and this is where Alef does it so well. His article not only tells the Nast story with a vivid style, and quite a story it is, but Alef provides us with some of Nast's most famous images: the birth of the Democratic donkey, the Republican elephant and the basis for our present depiction of Santa Claus. This biographical profile accurately depicts an historical era--and is also a lot of fun to read.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not much content
If you read the product description you will get just about everything contained in the very, very short article which can be read in a few minutes. What is contained in the article is OK. There just is not much there. Save your money. ... Read more

6. Samuel Tilden the Real 19th President
by Nikki Oldaker, John Bigelow
Kindle Edition: Pages (2006-09-01)
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Asin: B00275F2IG
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"Adapted from the screenplay "Tilden," Samuel Tilden the Real 19th President is based on his true election story. The GOP conspirators are many and the book reveals all the facts about the election dispute. Part Two, written by John Bigelow verifies all the details as fact. During Gore/Bush, Election 2000 dispute hundreds of reporters and legal eagles turned to this disputed election to get answers. President Hayes - was nicknamed; "Your Fraudulency and Old 7 to 8" because voters they knew he was not elected by the peoples' votes.
This book is currently being produced as a documrntary for DVD release 2011 ... Read more

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