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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 3 1 Browse Search
Mrs. John A. Logan, Reminiscences of a Soldier's Wife: An Autobiography 2 0 Browse Search
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knew the campaign was to be one of great excitement. Mr. Logan was in correspondence with the leading men of his party, including Mr. Douglas, W. A. Richardson, General Singleton, General Thornton, Mr. Shehan, the noted editor, and a number of others, and was advised of all the plans for carrying the State for the Democratic party. Among other things Mrs. Douglas was to accompany the senator during the campaign in Illinois. Mr. Douglas had married the charming Adele Cutts, niece of Dolly Madison. She was one of the most queenly women of her day, quite as fascinating and captivating in her manner as her illustrious kinswoman. She was Mr. Douglas's second wife. She had all her life been associated with people of social and official prominence, and was eminently qualified for her position. There was to be a conference with Mr. Douglas on his arrival in Chicago, which Mr. Logan agreed to attend. He arranged for me to go with him, that I might meet Mrs. Douglas. I was natur
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Johnson, Eastman 1824- (search)
Johnson, Eastman 1824- Artist; born in Lovell, Me., July 29, 1824; was educated in the public schools of Augusta, Me.; studied in the Royal Academy of Dusseldorf for two years, and was elected an academician of the National Academy of Design in 1860. He has painted many notable pictures, including The Kentucky home; Husking bee; The stage coach; Pension agent; Prisoner of State, etc. His portraits include Two men, ex-Presidents Arthur, Cleveland, and Harrison, Commodore Vanderbilt, W. H. Vanderbilt, Daniel Webster, John Quincy Adams, John D. Rockefeller, Mrs. Dolly Madison, Mrs. August Belmont, Mrs. Hamilton Fish, and many others.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Judson, Edward 1844- (search)
Judson, Edward 1844- Clergyman; born in Maulmain, Burma, Dec. 27, 1844; son of Adoniram Judson. He was brought to the United States in 1850; studied in Hamilton and Madison (now Colgate) universities; graduated at Brown University in 1865. In 1867-74 he was Professor of Latin and Modern Languages in Madison University; in 1874-75 travelled in foreign countries; and, returning to the United States, was pastor of the North Baptist Church in Orange, N. J., till 1881, when he resigned to take up mission work in New York. He became pastor of the Berean Baptist Church, in a down-town district, and afterwards built the Judson Memorial on Washington Square. In 1897 he was appointed instructor in Pastoral Theology at Colgate Theological Seminary. He has published a Life of Adoniram Judson.