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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Speaker of Congress, the (search)
27-34Andrew StevensonVirginia17841857 231834-35John BellTennessee 17971869 24, 251835-39James K. PolkTennessee17951849 261839-41R. M. T. HunterVirginia18091887 271841-43John WhiteKentucky18051845 281843-45John W. JonesVirginia18051848 291845-47John W. DavisIndiana17991850 301847-49Robert C. WinthropMassachusetts18091894 311849-51Howell CobbGeorgia18151868 32, 331851-55Linn BoydKentucky18001859 341855-57Nathaniel P. BanksMassachusetts18161894 351857-59James L. OrrSouth Carolina18221873 361859-61William PenningtonNew Jersey 17961862 371861-63Galusha A. GrowPennsylvania1823 38-401863-69Schuyler ColfaxIndiana18231885 41-431869-75James G. BlaineMaine18301893 441875-76Michael C. KerrIndiana18271876 44-461876-81Samuel J. RandallPennsylvania18281890 471881-83John W. KeiferOhio1836 48-501883-89John G. CarlisleKentucky1835 511889-91Thomas B. ReedMaine1839 52, 531891-95Charles F. CrispGeorgia18451896 54, 551895-99Thomas B. ReedMaine1839 561899–David B. HendersonIowa1840
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Ulke, Henry 1821- (search)
Ulke, Henry 1821- Portrait-painter; born in Frankenstein, Prussia, Jan. 29, 1821; studied under Professor Wach, in Berlin, in 1842-46; employed in fresco-painting in the Royal Museum, Berlin, in 1846-48; came to the United States in 1851; settled in Washington in 1857. His works include portraits of General Grant, James G. Blaine, Gen. John Sherman, Charles Sumner, Secretary Edwin M. Stanton, Attorney-General Garland, etc., for the United States government.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
...March 4, 1871 Speaker of the House, James G. Blaine, of Maine. Charles Sumner, chairman of1, 1873 Vote for speaker of the House: James G. Blaine, 189; Fernando Wood, 76; S. S. Cox, 2; Hi C. Kerr chosen speaker by 173 to 106 for James G. Blaine......Dec. 6, 1875 Seventh annual messaeld117250399 U. S. Grant304305312313306 James G. Blaine2842822755742 John Sherman9394107993 Gts cast, June 6; of the eight candidates, James G. Blaine receives on the first ballot 334 1/2 votesrs. Fisher and Mulligan publish letters of J. G. Blaine, upon which he is charged with corruption i from the President......Jan. 27, 1892 James G. Blaine writes to Chairman Clarkson, of the Repube of Representatives......May 26, 1892 James G. Blaine, Secretary of State, resigns......June 4,3, 1835, dies there......Jan. 23, 1893 James G. Blaine, born 1830, dies at his home in Washingtol passes the Senate......Jan. 25, 1895 James G. Blaine dies at Washington, D. C.......Jan. 27, 1[2 more...]
ty......1852 Search and seizure act for the confiscation of liquors, passed......1853 James G. Blaine moves from Philadelphia to Augusta, and becomes editor of the Kennebec Journal......1853 al college established at Orono......1868 Constabulary law of 1867 repealed......1868 James G. Blaine, speaker House of Representatives......1869 State temperance convention assembles at Portlf supervisor of schools and superintending school committees......1881 United States Senator James G. Blaine appointed Secretary of State......1881 Act passed restoring the death penalty for mu 1891 Ex-Vice-President Hannibal Hamlin, born 1809, dies at Bangor......July 4, 1891 James G. Blaine, Secretary of State, resigns......June 4, 1892 James G. Blaine dies at Washington, D. C:James G. Blaine dies at Washington, D. C:, aged sixty-three years......Jan. 27, 1893 Neal Dow, the father of prohibition, dies at Portland......Oct. 2, 1897 Steamer Portland lost in a gale, 118 lives lost......Nov. 29, 1898 Nelson
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