larations of faith and creed could not have been more generally distributed, although they were preserved in a limited form.
This broadened the views of every nation, particularly our own, and the results have since been fruitful.
In 1896 Major Tucker was ordered to Saint Paul, Minnesota, and my daughter had to leave me absolutely alone to accompany her husband to his new post.
During President Harrison's administration, on the retirement of Corporal Tanner as commissioner of pensions, witform.
This is without question the finest statue in this country because of its repose and artistic merit, to say nothing of the fine likeness to General Logan and the well-modelled horse.
It was unveiled by General Logan's grandson, George Edwin Tucker, the little son of Mrs. Mary Logan Tucker.
The family of Major Logan was then in Europe and were not present at the unveiling.
It was infinitely gratifying to me to have been spared to witness the completion of Saint-Gaudens's equestrian