Address at the laying of the corner-stone of the Douglas monument at Chicago, September 6, 1866

by John A. Dix

Publisher: E.F. Crowen in New York

Written in English
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  • Douglas, Stephen Arnold, -- 1813-1861,
  • Douglas Monument (Chicago, Ill.)

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Whereas, Andrew Johnson, President of the United States have recently left Washington for the City of Chicago, to participate in the ceremonies of laying the corner stone of the monument to America's favorite son. The Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg: With the Proceedings at Its Consecration, at the Laying of the Corner-stone of the Monument, and at Its Dedication.

John Russell Bartlett. Providence Press Company, Preview this book. Full text of "Address of President Roosevelt on the occasion of the laying of the corner stone of the Pilgrim memorial monument" See other formats F R79 Copy 1 ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ON THE OCCASION OF THE LAYING OF THE CORNER STONE OF THE PILGRIM ME- MORIAL MONUMENT, PROVINCETOWN, MASSACHUSEnS, AUGUST 20, ^ ^ ^ WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE ADDRESS.

Ttay have now in nomination, and will soon elect legislators pledged against both. ECU President Johnson left Washington the earlv part of last week, on a tour to Chicago, by way of Philadelphia, New York, Albany, &c, to bo present at the laying cf the corner stone of the Douglas Monument, which takes placo at Chicago, to-inorrow.

Washing:on on the 27th instant for Chicago, to attend the laying of the corner stone of the Douglas Monument, which will take place about the first of September. Per haps one or two other members of the Cabinet will accompany them. —Clara Barton, of Worcester Mass., the friend of the soldiers, will appear as a popular lecturer next winter.

Jun 16,  · Address at the laying of the corner stone of the office building of the House of representatives Saturday, April 14, Address at the laying of the corner stone of the office building of the House of representatives Saturday, April 14, by Roosevelt, Theodore, Publication date Pages: PRESIDENT JOHNSON IN SENECA FALLS.

– On Saturday last President Johnson accompanied by Secretaries Seward and Welles, Gens. Grant, Custer and Rosseau [sic], Admiral Farragut and other distinguished personages, passed through this village, en route for Chicago, to participate in the ceremonies of laying the corner stone of the Douglas monument.

CHICAGO, August 7, Arrangements for Laying the Corner Stone of the Douglas Monument. Chicago, August The committee of arrangements for the laying the corner stone of the Douglas monument announce that the ceremonies will take place on Thursday, September 6th.

Secretary Wm. Washington monument, Baltimore. Account of laying the corner stone, raising the statue, description, &c.

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LAYING THE CORNER-STONE OF A SOLDIERS' MONUMENT. July 5, Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from July 5,Page 2 Buy Reprints. Create Your Own Document Collections. When you become a member of TAH, you can create your own customized document collections.

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President Taft and President Wilson in their speeches are at their best. Bryan's address at the laying of the corner-stone was from the It was when the news went out on the wings of the press that it was proposed to erect in Chicago a monument in memory of the six thousand Southern dead buried there.

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