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William Medill papers
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Correspondence, account books, and other papers documenting Medill"s service as first assistant postmaster general (1845), commissioner of Indian affairs (1845-1850), and first comptroller of the U.S. treasury (1857-1861). Topics include local Ohio politics; railroad politics; President James K. Polk"s settlment of the Oregon question; dissatisfaction of Ohio Democrats with the administrations of presidents Polk, Pierce, and Buchanan; abolitionism; and the Mexican War. Correspondents include William Allen, Luther Day, Augustus C. Dodge, James John Faran, Richard M. Johnson, John Y. Mason, Samuel Medary, Allen Granbery Thurman, David Tod, and Clement L. Vallandigham.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2,300 6 1 2.4|
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|LC Control Number||78032524|
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Papers cover primarily Kane's two trips west, in and in The collection contains letters, diaries, agreements, clippings, notes for articles and lectures, drafts, sketches, and diagrams. Predominant subject matter is the Mormons, their history, migrations, persecution, and characteristics. Title: Letter from L. (Thomas H Harvey) To Comr Ind Affairs, Washington (W. Medill) Date: Volume: 9 Page: 23 (Microfilm reel MS) Author(s): Thomas H Harvey (L.); Recipient(s): Hon. W. Medill (Comr. Ind. Affairs, Washington); Contents: Speaks of the need to authorize Major Cummins to purchase agricultural necessities for the Kickapoos, who are an industrious and.
Something else flowed in the Medill blood as well--a disdain for lordly Britain that drove William and his bride, Margaret, to forsake Ulster for the New World soon after their wedding. Joseph, their eldest son, was born on April 6, , near the town of St. John in a disputed region of northern Maine later awarded to British Canada under. Her most recent book, A Family and Nation Under Fire, from Kent State University Press is a collection of previously unpublished journals and correspondence between Maj. William Medill, 8th.
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The papers of William Medill () span the years and consist of correspondence, account books, and miscellaneous material. The correspondence pertains primarily to Medill's service as first assistant postmaster general,commissioner of Indian affairs,and first comptroller of the United States Treasury, Correspondence, account books, and other papers documenting Medill's service as first assistant postmaster general (), commissioner of Indian affairs (), and first comptroller of the U.S.
treasury (). Topics include local Ohio politics; railroad politics; President James K. Polk's settlment of the Oregon question; dissatisfaction of Ohio Democrats with the administrations. William Medill: | | | |William Medill| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
Letters are copied on tissue paper, the originals in various clerical hands, and those signed originally by Medill. Each has been signed by Medill, with the exception of one letter signed by Chief Clerk William Hemphill Jones. An alphabetical index of addressees is bound in to the front of the book.
Papers: by Alfred Cumming () Benjamin Tappan papers by Benjamin Tappan () William Medill appointment of Hiram H. Barney as State Commissioner of Common Schools by. The Medill letters and journals are poignant, private, and traumatic. Joseph’s early public calls for war turn to anxiety as the war escalates and then to William Medill papers book when William is wounded.
The Medills are revealed as vulnerable human beings caught up in cataclysmic events that test their moral vision and compel them William Medill papers book find ways to better society.
Digital Library This Collection Digital Library. Search. William Medill papers, Lawyer, United States representative and governor of Ohio, and United States government official.
Correspondence, account books, and miscellaneous material primarily relating to Medill’s service as assistant postmaster general (), commissioner of Indian affairs (), and first comptroller of the United States treasury (). His father, William Medill, immigrated to this country insettling in an area then supposed to belong to the United States, but awarded to Canada by the Ash- burton treaty of At a village near St.
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A Family and Nation under Fire: The Civil War Letters and Journals of William and Joseph Medill (Civil War in the North) - Kindle edition by Baldino, Georgiann.
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LOCAL TIES According to “Biographical Sketch of Major William H. Medill,” he was born in Massillon on Nov. 5, “In the spring ofthe family removed to a farm in Pike Township,” the book said, noting that young Medill lived on his father’s farm in the township until he was William L. Marcy papers, Correspondence, commonplace book, diary (), draft of an autobiography, drafts of diplomatic dispatches, drafts in Marcy's handwriting of presidential messages to Congress (), and other papers relating to Marcy which were collected.
William Medill was a Professor of Theology in Belfast and Author of a book on the Apocalypse. He is believed to be the grandfather of the Medills who came America.
His son, William, became a Presbyterian minister. One of Reverend Medill's sons, also William, fell in love with an Episcopalian girl named Margaret Corbett. Key to the Seventh Chapter of Daniel: Daniel's Vision of the Four Beasts: Also, Key to the Latter Part of the Thirteenth Chapter of Revelations (Classic Reprint) [Medill, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Key to the Seventh Chapter of Daniel: Daniel's Vision of the Four Beasts: Also, Key to the Latter Part of the Thirteenth Chapter of Revelations (Classic Reprint). Includes journals, scrapbooks, letter books, and proceedings pertaining to councils and negotiations with the Blackfoot Indians and other tribes ().
and others. Additional correspondents include W.W. Bibb, J.S. Black, William Medill, B.F. Perry, Franklin Pierce, Alexander Stephens, and G.M. Troup. Includes papers of William Clay Cumming. William Medill ( or - September 2, ) was a Democratic politician from served as the 22nd Governor of Ohio.
Born in New Castle County, Delaware, Medill was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives, where he served from –, serving as Speaker of the House from He was elected to the United States House of Representatives inserving from Joseph Medill sent the word to his paper by telegram that his brother had passed on J The sibling had arrived during the 10 days that the major lingered in.
In he was a negotiator for the Winnebago and Menominee tribes in land sales. He served as secretary to Henry Dodge at the Treaty at Cedar Point inwas commissioner at the treaty of Buffalo Creek inand was secretary to commissioner of Indian affairs, William Medill, at the council held at Lake Poygan in Papers: In the William Medill Papers,cubic feet.
Other authors include Clement Vallandigham. Cumming's official letter books contain correspondence to James Buchanan, Lewis Cass, Howell Cobb, John B.
Floyd, Albert S. Johnston, Brigham Young, and others. Additional correspondents include W.W. Bibb, J.S. Black, William Medill, B.F. Perry, Franklin Pierce, Alexander H. Stephens, and G.M. Troup.Correspondence, account books, and miscellaneous material primarily relating to Medill’s service as assistant postmaster general (), commissioner of Indian affairs (), and first comptroller of the United States treasury ().
Edited by Georgiann Baldino, A Family and Nation under Fire is at its heart a collection of previously unpublished diaries and letters written by William Medill and older brother Joseph. Most Civil War students will have come across the name of Joseph Medill, the co-owner of the influential Republican newspaper Chicago Tribune, sometime in their reading.