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Fri Mar 21 17:10:01 2014 UTClccn-n790728060.08Pine to Potomac : life of James G. Blaine; his boyhood, youth, manhood, and public services ; with a sketch of the life of Gen. John A. Logan /0.550.96Principles of the Democratic party : speech of General John A. Logan of Illinois, delivered in the House of representatives, July 16, 186833134308John_A._Logann 79072806305554Black Jack, 1826-1886Logan, Black Jack, 1826-1886Logan, John A. 1826-1886Logan, John Alexander, 1826-1886Logan, Mr. (John Alexander), 1826-1886lccn-n89605081Logan, John A.Mrs1838-1923lccn-n82011612Blaine, James Gillespie1830-1893lccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n82023860Jones, James Pickettlccn-n79059051United StatesNavyviaf-92997865Logan, Cornelius Ambrose1836-1899edtlccn-n79006865United StatesCongresslccn-n96052983Adams, George Worthingtonedtlccn-no98132560Rubey, Harry1886-1985lccn-no98112074Dawson, George FrancisLogan, John Alexander1826-1886HistoryPersonal narrativesTreatiesClaimsControversial literatureTrials, litigation, etcSpeeches in CongressConference proceedingsBiographyMapsUnited StatesLogan, John Alexander,Political scienceAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)IllinoisLogan, John A.,--Mrs.,Generals' spousesUnited States.--ArmySlaveryBlaine, James Gillespie,GeneralsUnited States.--NavyIndians of North AmericaLegislatorsUnited States.--CongressIndian reservationsKansasIndustrial managementWashington (D.C.)Manners and customsOklahoma--Indian TerritoryOklahomaUnited States.--Army.--Illinois Infantry Regiment, 31st (1861-1865)Regimental historiesPoliticiansRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )Land settlementWisconsinRailroads--Right of wayFederal aid to IndiansPresidentsUnited States.--Office of Indian AffairsMinnesotaIndian agentsCherokee IndiansUnited States.--Congress.--SenateMilitary campaignsNebraskaMilitary educationIndians of North America--Claims againstExpenditures, PublicIndian allotmentsIndian allotments--Law and legislationDakota IndiansIndians of North America--Land tenureOregonIndian land transfersPorter, Fitz-John,Decedents' estatesSlavery--Extension to the territories1826188618571859186118621863186418651866186718681869187018721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888189018931897189818991900190219041908191019131914191619191930193919421948195219531954195719601962196319671970197119721975197719781979198019811982198519881989199119951996199719981999200120022004200520062007200820092010201120138694505835320.973E459ocn857737341ocn857738378ocn857732704ocn857738013ocn857736929ocn866557280ocn86607782073622ocn000428619book18850.59Logan, John AlexanderThe great conspiracy : its origin and historyHistory66617ocn000344863book18870.39Logan, John AlexanderThe volunteer soldier of AmericaHistoryPersonal narrativesSourcesJohn Logan was an unattached volunteer at Bull Run, later organizing the 31st Illinois Volunteers. Published in 1887, this is a sweeping historical tribute to citizen-soldiers, from Lexington to Appomattox. The book includes chapters on the volunteers of the American Revolution and the War of 1812, the importance of West Point, and the author's own military memories3635ocn000130100book19630.81Rubey, HarryThe engineer and professional management1498ocn367947585file18630.86Logan, John AlexanderSpeech of Major-General John A. Logan on return to Illinois, after capture of VicksburgHistory883ocn085789809com18590.84Haskin, John BRemarks of the Hon. John B. Haskin, of Westchester County, New York, in reply to attack made by the president's home organ, "The Constitution," upon anti-Lecompton Democrats, and colloquy between Mr. Logan, of Illinois, and Mr. Haskin delivered in the House of Representatives, December, 1859Speeches in CongressControversial literature735ocn002959372book18970.73Logan, John AlexanderIn joyful Russia611ocn506017989com18680.92Logan, John AlexanderSpeech of Hon. John A. Logan, of Illinois, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 22, 1868Trials, litigation, etc544ocn001017585book18830.59Logan, John AlexanderFitz-John Porter. Speech of Hon. John Alexander Logan, of Illinois, in the Senate of the United States, Friday, December 29,1882, and Tuesday and Wednesday, January 2 and 3, 1883, on the bill (S. 1844) for the relief of Fitz-John PorterTrials, litigation, etc394ocn006415902book18840.88Logan, John AlexanderFitz-John Porter : Speech of Hon. John A. Logan, of Illinois, in the Senate of the United States, Thursday, March 13, 1884History314ocn036928172book19620.79Conference on Environmental Engineering & Metropolitan PlanningProceedings of the First Conference on Environmental Engineering & Metropolitan PlanningConference proceedings316ocn007149661book18670.90Logan, John AlexanderReconstruction. Speech of Hon. J.A. Logan, of Illinois, in the House of representatives, July 11, 1867 on the supplementary reconstruction bill, and in reply to Hon. William E. Robinson, of New YorkHistorySpeeches in Congress273ocn006299335book18750.88Logan, John AlexanderSelf-government in Louisiana. SpeechHistory222ocn001625893book18840.76Cooper, Thomas VCampaign of '84. Biographies of James G. Blaine, the Republican candidate for president, and John A. Logan, the Republican candidate for vice-president, with a description of the leading issues and the proceedings of the national convention, together with a history of the political parties of the United States: comparisons of platforms on all important questions, and political tables for ready referenceBiography222ocn010796344book18610.90Logan, John AlexanderSpeech of Hon. John A. Logan, of Illinois, on the state of the Union : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 5, 1861222ocn033157297book18800.81United StatesIn the Senate of the United StatesHistoryCensusTrials, litigation, etcGenealogyTreatiesSourcesClaimsRecommends to the President to negotiate with Chinese government for change in existing treaty with China to lawfully permit restrictions on great influx of Chinese subjects to the United States213ocn008921213book18720.93Logan, John AlexanderVindication of the President. Extract from the speech of Hon. John A. Logan, delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 3, 1872, in reply to Senator Sumner's attack on President Grant's administration213ocn008702875book18680.96Logan, John AlexanderPrinciples of the Democratic party : speech of General John A. Logan of Illinois, delivered in the House of representatives, July 16, 1868181ocn016136336book18860.95Logan, John AlexanderOration at the tomb of General U.S. Grant, Riverside Park, N.Y., May 31, 1886181ocn060397411file0.86Ruger, EdwardMap illustrating the third epoch of the Atlanta Campaign embracing the region from the Etowah River south to include Marietta and Dallas ... : commanding United States forces Major-General W.T. Sherman, commanding rebel forces Lieutenant-General J.E. JohnstonHistoryMaps181ocn006796954book19800.73Cooper, Thomas VCampaign of '84 : biographies of James G. Blaine, the Republican candidate for President, and John A. Logan, the Republican candidate for Vice-President, with a description of the leading issues and the proceedings of the national convention ...Biography15669ocn043475991file19130.31Logan, John AReminiscences of a soldier's wife an autobiographyHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives+-+13215603053244213ocn000063278book19670.50Jones, James PickettBlack Jack: John A. Logan and southern Illinois in the Civil War eraHistoryBiography+-+56557845354203ocn008282077book19820.63Jones, James PickettJohn A. Logan, stalwart Republican from IllinoisBiography"James P. Jones ... uses newspaper accounts, private letters, and the records of Congress to examine Major General John A. Logan's return to his political and legislative career after the Civil War. Logan emerged from the national conflict a military hero and uncommitted to any political party ... By 1884 his personality and fiercely defended principles had earned him the vice-presidential nomination on the ill-fated Republican ticket. Many writers on this period have portrayed Logan as a corrupt politician, but Jones successfully clears the Illinoisan's record"--Dust jacket+-+84387845354192ocn000076187book19700.50Logan, John AReminiscences of the Civil War and ReconstructionHistoryPersonal narratives3527ocn001375341book18840.63Dawson, George FrancisLife and services of Gen. John A. Logan, as soldier and statesmanBiography2433ocn060713873com18870.86Memorial addresses on the life and character of John Alexander Logan (a Senator from Illinois) delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives, February 9, to 16, 1887 : with the funeral services at Washington, D.C., Friday, December 31, 188613927ocn003144279book18840.81Ramsdell, H. JLife and public services of Hon. James G. Blaine, the brilliant orator and sagacious statesman. The bosom friend of the lamented Garfield, and now the choice of the nation for president of the United StatesHistoryBiography1324ocn037392823book19020.27Morris, W. SHistory 31st regiment Illinois volunteers organized by John A. LoganHistory+-+K9367845351313ocn058788886book20050.25Ecelbarger, Gary LBlack Jack Logan : an extraordinary life in peace and warHistoryBiographyHe was a dominant player in the politics of the Gilded Age, a three-term senator who was as popular as he was partisan. He was the vice-presidential candidate in the losing race in 1884. Had he not died unexpectedly at the age of sixty, he likely would have become president in 1888. He entered the political scene in 1859 with controversy, a Northern (Illinois) congressman so committed to enforcing the Fugitive Slave laws that abolitionists dubbed him "Dirty Work" Logan. The Civil War was the epiphany that changed his political and social philosophy. But more than that, the war made him a star. He changed his philosophy, changed political parties, and fought for the rights of African-Americans and for women's suffrage. His own Southern-bred mother refused to speak to him for years. He witnessed his first battle as a United States congressman, but became so impassioned with the fury of the fight that he picked up a discarded rifle and battled alongside the foot soldiers. Officially entering the war as a colonel, he served under such legends as Grant and Sherman, and his ostentatious nature and solid leadership on the battlefield earned him rapid promotions and dominant roles in the decisive campaigns of the war. By 1865 he was a major general leading an army, considered the best volunteer soldier that the war produced+-+K11037740611819ocn000444783book18840.66Houghton, Walter REarly life and public career of Hon. James G. BlaineBiography9813ocn001198575book18840.81Knox, Thomas WallaceThe lives of James G. Blaine and John A. Logan, Republican presidential candidates of 1884 ... also the complete history of the Republican party from its rise to the present time; the Constitution of the United States and its formation; a complete summary of the lives and deeds of all the presidents, from Washington to ArthurHistoryBiography957ocn004063883book18840.81Balestier, Charles WolcottJames G. Blaine, a sketch of his life, with a brief record of the life of John A. LoganBiography855ocn000400797book18840.08Cressey, E. KPine to Potomac : life of James G. Blaine; his boyhood, youth, manhood, and public services ; with a sketch of the life of Gen. John A. LoganJuvenile worksBiography725ocn005900372book18870.76United StatesMemorial addresses on the life and character of John Alexander Logan : (a senator from Illinois), delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives, February 9 and 16, 1887 with the funeral services at Washington, D.C., Friday, December 31, 18866810ocn013167871book18840.63Buel, James WThe authorized pictorial lives of James Gillespie Blaine and John Alexander Logan ... b also embracing a graphic account of the great convention of 1884, a synopsis of all previous national conventions, the famous nominating speeches of 1876 and 1880, with other political information invaluable to every voterBiographySalesman's sample, including various sections of the text, many illustrations, samples of spine decoration on front and back flyleaves. Advertisement and pricing at back, followed by blank ruled sheets for taking orders652ocn003026732book18980.76IllinoisThe Logan monument memorial642ocn020314098book19960.20Cottingham, Carl DGeneral John A. Logan : his life and timesBiography602ocn006271857book18870.63United StatesMemorial addresses on the life and character of John Alexander Logan. delivered in the Senate and House of representatives, February 9, to 16, 1887, with the funeral services at Washington, D.C., Friday, December 31, 1886593ocn009692279book18840.76Cooper, Thomas VCampaign of '84. Biographies of James G. Blaine, the Republican candidate for president, and John A. Logan, the Republican candidate for vice-president. With a description of the leading issued and the proceedings of the national convention. Together with a history of the political parties of the United States: comparisons of platforms on all inportant questions, and political tables for ready reference529ocn006820308book18840.84Ramsdell, H. JLife and public services of Hon. James G. Blaine the brilliant orator and sagacious statesman ... the choice of the nation for President ...Biography+-+K936784535+-+K936784535Fri Mar 21 15:12:30 EDT 2014batch36880