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Blaine, James G.
Blaine, James Gillespie
Blaine, Jas. G.
Bancroft, George (1800-1891)
Buel, James W. (1849-1920)
Buel, James William (1849-1920)
Butterworth, Benjamin (1837-1898)
Cushman, Charles Rowley
Hay, John (1838-1905)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Ridpath, John Clark (1840-1900)
Sherman, William Tecumseh (1820-1891)
United States. Congress
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley
Address of Hon. James G. Blaine, at the Minneapolis fair, Minnesota, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1878.
answer of Jas, G. Blaine, in the case of The United States ex relatione Sylvanus C. Boyton vs. Jas. G. Blaine., The
Arrangements for the memorial address on the life and character of James Abram Garfield, to be delivered before both houses of Congress, at their request, in the hall of the House of representatives
Behring Sea correspondence, Apr. 20-June 27, 1891, 1891?:
Behring Sea correspondence, April 20-June 27, 1891 : including modus vivendi, signed June 15, 1891.
Blaine and Logan campaign carols.
Blaine and Logan collection of campaign songs, all set to familiar tunes., The
Blaine and Logan's letters of acceptance, and the platform of the Republican party, campaign of 1884.
Blaine and Reed on silver : James G. Blaine in 1878, Thomas B. Reed in 1896.
Blaine's grand march, c1884:
Columbus and Columbia;
Condensed history of American tariff acts and their effects upon industries.
Controversy between Speaker Blaine and General Butler, growing out of his endeavor to get legislation for the protection of the liberty, property, and lives of loyal men throughout the South.
correspondence between Benjamin Harrison and James G. Blaine, 1882-1893;, The
correspondence between Benjamin Harrison and James G. Blake, The
Demokratische unwahrheiten enthüllt!
Eulogy on James A. Garfield, twentieth president of the United States
Eulogy on James Abram Garfield
Eulogy on President Garfield.
Extract from a speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith, to his neighbors in Peterboro, New York, June 22, 1872.
Foreign policy of the Garfield administration.
James A. Garfield.
James Gillespie Blaine family papers
James Gillespie Blaine secretary of state march 7, 1881, to december 18, 1881
Jefferson Davis amnesty.
Liberal statesmanship : Jews in Russia
Memoires of Gen. W. T. Sherman
Memoirs of Gen. W.T. Sherman
Memorial address on the life and character of James Abraham Garfield, delivered before both houses of Congress
Memorial addresses delivered before the two houses of Congress on the life and character of Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley.
Mulligan letters, The : Mr. Blaine's personal explanations, in the House. April 24th and June 5th. Proceedings on the reading of the Mulligan letters in the House, June 5th. Testimony before the House Judiciary subcommittee, in May and June, 1876, affecting Mr. Blaine.
Municipal debt in the United States. An address delivered by Hon James G. Blaine, before the Northern Wisconsin agricultural and mechanical association, at their annual fair held at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. October 1, 1874.
Newspaper clippings about the marriage and libel suit of Jas. G. Blaine.
Opening and closing addresses, October 2, 1889 and April 19, 1890
Pictorial history of the United States
Political discussions, legislative, diplomatic, and popular, 1856-1886
Reimbursement of loyal states for expenses incurred in the war for the Union : speech of Hon. James G. Blaine of Maine in the House of Representatives, March 21, 1866.
Republican economy vs. Democratic extravagance.
Seal fisheries of Behring Sea.
Shall the duty on sugar be thrown away, or shall it be used to extend the sale of our products in foreign markets? : the appeals of James G. Blaine to Congress in behalf of the American farmers and manufacturers.
Speaker Blaine's letter of acceptance.
Speech of Hon. James G. Blaine of Maine : delivered in the House of Representatives, Monday January 8, 1866, on the proposition to amend the constitution with respect to the basis of representation in Congress.
Speech of Mr. Blaine of Maine in favor of amending the federal constitution by striking out the clause which prohibits the taxing of exports : delivered in the House of Representatives, second session, Thirty-eighth Congress, Thursday, March 2d, 1865.
State House and the Blaine House, 1981 (subj.), The
Twenty years of Congress : from Lincoln to Garfield : with a review of the events which led to the political revolution of 1860.
words of James G. Blaine on the issues of the day., The