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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 3 3 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 1 1 Browse Search
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House closed, July 19, and bill passed by 162 to 149......July 21, 1888 Second timber-raft launched at Toggins, Bay of Fundy, July 25, containing 22,000 logs averaging 40 feet in length, is towed in safety to New York, arriving about......Aug. 5, 1888 Gen. P. H. Sheridan, born 1831, dies at Nonquitt, Mass......Aug. 5, 1888 Candidates of Prohibition party publish letters of acceptance......Aug. 6, 1888 Gen. J. M. Schofield succeeds to command of army of the United States......Aug. 14, 1888 James Langdon Curtis, of New York, nominated for President, and James R. Greer (replaced by P. D. Wigginton, Oct. 2) for Vice-President, by the American party in convention at Washington......Aug. 15, 1888 President's message outlining a plan of retaliation in the matter of the fishery treaty......Aug. 23, 1888 Grover Cleveland's letter of acceptance......Sept. 8, 1888 Canadian retaliation bill passes House of Representatives by 176 to 4, Sept. 8; referred to the Senate comm
to July 26, 1888Pensions and Reliefs, Private. 345June 26, 1888Right of Way for Railroad through Indian Lands. 346Aug. 3, 1888Relief. 347Aug. 7, 1888Land Grant to Tacoma, Wash. 348 to 361Aug. 9, 1888 to Aug. 10, 1888Pensions, Private. 362Aug. 14, 1888Additional Copies of United States Map for 1886. 363 to 373Aug. 14, 1888 to Aug. 27, 1888Pensions and Reliefs. 374Aug. 27, 1888Public Building, Sioux City, Ia. 375 to 385Aug. 27, 1888 to Sept. 13, 1888Pensions and Reliefs, Private. 386Aug.Aug. 14, 1888 to Aug. 27, 1888Pensions and Reliefs. 374Aug. 27, 1888Public Building, Sioux City, Ia. 375 to 385Aug. 27, 1888 to Sept. 13, 1888Pensions and Reliefs, Private. 386Aug. 24, 1888Land Grant to Kansas. 387Aug. 24, 1888Sale of Military Reservation in Kansas. 388 to 424Oct. 10, 1888 to Feb. 14, 1889Pensions and Reliefs, Private. 425Oct. 21, 1888Quieting Settlers' Titles on the Des Moines River. 426 to 432Feb. 23, 1889 to Feb. 26, 1889Pensions and Reliefs, Private. 433March 2, 1889Refunding the Direct Tax.Passed over the veto in the Senate. Harrison, 19 434Apr. 26, 1890City of Ogden Increased Indebtedness. 435Apr. 29, 1890Public Building, Dallas, Tex. 436J