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Thu Oct 16 17:50:24 2014 UTClccn-n851556180.00John A. Kasson : state representative0.771.00Reciprocity; the benefits that will accrue to this country by the confirmation of the treaties now pending in the United States Senate115616647John_A._Kassonn 851556181453205Kasson, John Adam 1822-1910lccn-n81114333Younger, Edward1909-lccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHouselccn-n88071154Edmunds, George F.(George Franklin)1828-1919lccn-n80119887Naval War College (U.S.)lccn-n50000516Illinois Central Railroad Companync-united states$congress$1865 1866$houseUnited StatesCongress1865-1866)Houselccn-n88218774Fish, Stuyvesant1851-1923lccn-n81029000Union Pacific Railroad Companync-railway securities companyRailway Securities Companylccn-n81025902United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Coinage, Weights, and MeasuresKasson, John A.HistorySpeeches in CongressSourcesUnited StatesMonroe doctrineConstitutional historyConstitution (United States)States' rights (American politics)Slaves--EmancipationTariffSlaveryPolitical scienceFree tradeWeights and measuresCoinageProtectionismArbitration (International law)Reciprocity (Commerce)Washington (D.C.)African Americans--SuffrageKasson, John APostal conventionsCommercial policyMississippi River ValleyLouisiana PurchaseCongo (Democratic Republic)Latin AmericaSuffrageTilden, Samuel J.--(Samuel Jones),Central AmericaCommercial treatiesSouth AmericaIowaEuropeForeign trade regulationAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Historiography--Study and teachingSouthern StatesGermanyBlair, Montgomery,Southern Historical AssociationBibliography--Study and teachingUniversities and colleges--AdministrationUniversities and colleges--Graduate workStudy skillsVirginia--Albemarle CountyUnited States.--CongressRace relations--Study and teachingHistory, Modern--Study and teachingScholarshipsRailroadsSocial sciencesUniversal Postal Union18221910186118621863186418651866186718731874187618771881188218831884188518861887188818921896189819001901190419081942194619471948195319551978198519992010121385128342.73KF454148718ocn060735693file19040.79Kasson, John AThe evolution of the Constitution of the United States of America and, History of the Monroe doctrineHistory941ocn765819193file18650.88Kasson, John ASpeech of Hon. John A. Kasson, of Iowa, on the amendment of the ConstitutionSpeeches in Congress232ocn841410434file18670.90Kasson, John AAbolition of slavery speech of Hon. John A. Kasson, of Iowa, in the House of Representatives, January 8, 1867Speeches in Congress192ocn326005292book18660.96United StatesReport of the Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures to the House of Representatives, U.S. May 17, 1866192ocn020763014book18840.88Kasson, John AEl Mahdi; or, The false prophets and prophecies of Free Trade. Speech ... in the House ... May 6, 1884171ocn000941594book18960.98Kasson, John AInternational arbitration : how, and how far is it practicable? : an address104ocn047929501book18840.97Kasson, John AFree trade not the international law of the almighty : an address before the Brooklyn Revenue Reform Club, February 6, 188494ocn700040806book18850.47United StatesCongo Conference : message of the President of the United States, transmitting a communication from the Secretary of State in relation to the Congo ConferenceHistorySourcesMostly correspondence, notes, and memoirs passed between F.T. Frelinghuysen (Dept. of State) and J.A. Kasson (U.S. Legation in Berlin, Germany)92ocn701698304file19010.88Kasson, John AInformation respecting reciprocity and the existing treaties92ocn670359041file19080.88Cook County (Ill.)George F. Edmunds, John A. Kasson, Stuyvesant Fish and William H. Emrich, complainants, vs. Illinois Central Railroad Company et al., defendants Bill no. 263420-9150. On motion to dissolve preliminary injunction. Brief for complainants. Henry W. Leman, Solicitor for complainants. Edgar F. Farrar, [and] Frank H. Culver, of counsel92ocn797508344file18630.88Commission internationale des PostesCommission internationale des postes92ocn670360390com19080.88IllinoisGeorge F. Edmunds, John A. Kasson, Stuyvesant Fish and William H. Emrich, complainants, vs. Illinois Central Railroad Company et al., defendants. Reply brief for defendants, Union Pacific Railroad Company and Railroad Securities Company91ocn029244306book19011.00Kasson, John AReciprocity; the benefits that will accrue to this country by the confirmation of the treaties now pending in the United States Senate83ocn145027458book18880.97Kasson, John AThe western view of the tariff64ocn044709632book18661.00Kasson, John ASpeech of Hon. John A. Kasson, of Iowa, on the question of universal suffrage : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 15, 186661ocn031777060book18671.00Kasson, John AAbolition of slavery : speech of Hon. John A. Kasson in the House of Representatives January 8, 186751ocn031756221book18660.97Kasson, John ASpeech of Hon. John A. Kasson of Iowa on the question of universal suffrage : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 1866Speeches in Congress43ocn029244437book19010.98Kasson, John AThe expansion of the republic west of the Mississippi. Address at the dedication of the historic monument erected at Sioux City, Iowa, in commemoration of the acquisition of Louisiana and in honor of the first explorers and pioneers of the West. May 30th, A.D. 1901History41ocn244112512book19010.97Reciprocity: Benefits that will accrue to this country by confirmation of treaties now pending in U.S. Senate42ocn152418142book18820.97Kasson, John ATariff and tax commission : speech of Hon. John A Kasson, of Iowa, in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, March 28, 1882Speeches in Congress3692ocn000236678book19550.66Younger, EdwardJohn A. Kasson: politics and diplomacy from Lincoln to McKinley31ocn026136370book18761.00Hewitt, Abram SSamuel J. Tilden. Reply of Hon. Abram S. Hewitt to the attack of Mr. Kasson, in the House of Representatives, August 15, 187621ocn011745258book19460.92Younger, EdwardJohn Adam Kasson and the beginnings of the Univesal postal union, 1863, 1867History21ocn028415614mix1.00Younger, EdwardHistoryCorrespondence and documents relating to Younger's teaching career at University of Virginia, University of Allahabad, and Naval War College (Newport, R.I.); his participation in various professional organizations, particularly Albemarle County Historical Society, Southern Historical Association, and Virginia Social Sciences Association; his position at University of Virginia as Graduate School dean, History Dept. chairman, and member of various committees, covering a variety of subjects including fellowships, grants, special degree programs, institutes, summer sessions, lecture series, faculty recruiting and promotions, clubs, courses, the university's sesquicentennial celebration, and commencement exercises; together with mss. and drafts of Younger's books, John A. Kasson: Politics and Diplomacy from Lincoln to McKinley (1955) and Inside the Confederate Government: The diary of Robert Garlick Hill Kean (1957), as well as those of John Hammond Moore's Albemarle, Jefferson's County (1976), photos for Younger's and Moore's books; audio tapes of a number of Younger's lectures; student papers supervised by Younger covering Virginia history and integration; historiography and bibliography; and modern history, particularly U.S. history and foreign affairs, and modern Europe and Latin America; and restricted files for individual students containing correspondence, recommendations, grades, and theses progress reports21ocn011747068book0.92John Adam Kasson11ocn079335570mix18621.00Kinsman, W. HLetter : Camp Van Buren, Mo., to John A. Kasson, n.pHistoryAutograph letter signed. Kinsman seeks Kasson's help in obtaining command of an Iowa brigade "to fight till this rebellion is crushed out."11ocn702153450mix1.00Evarts familyEvarts family papersHistoryThe papers of William Maxwell Evarts relate to New York politics and law, and to his work as a diplomat, as Secretary of State under Rutherford B. Hayes, and as a U.S. Senator (1885-1891). There is very little on some of the more celebrated legal cases with which he was involved, such as the impeachment of Andrew Johnson or the Beecher-Tilton affair, though there is material relating to the trial of Jefferson Davis. Correspondents include many well-known lawyers, diplomats, government officials, statesmen, and fellow members of the Yale Class of 183711ocn702150094bks1.00Records relating to the estate of Robert AppleVolume containing manuscript copies, in several unidentified hands, of records dating from 1851 to 1885, relating to the settlement of the estate of Robert Apple by Charles L. Weller, of San Francisco, California. The records consist of deeds of Apple's land holdings including the ranch El Valle de San Jose in Alameda County, California; Weller's correspondence with B. O. Duncan, U. S. Consul to Italy; Morris Frank, whom Weller named his power of attorney in Berlin; and John A. Kasson, U. S. Minister, and Philip Sidney Post, U. S. Consul General, Vienna; and other legal documents11ocn760184117mixPengra, B. JB. J. Pengra lettersRecords and correspondenceLetter from B. J. Pengra, Eugene, Oregon, to John A. Kasson, Post Master General, Washington, D.C., 1 p, 21 May 1862, requesting the suppression of "Oregon Weekly Union" and "Democratic Register" for disloyalty. On verso: Note by Kasson referring to a letter from J. W. Nesmith, 27 June 1862; Letter from B. J. Pengra, Portland, Oregon, to George F. Edmunds, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington, D.C., 1 p, 18 December 1873, referring to a contract made between Attorney General Williams and Surveyor Meldrum in 187211ocn011740006book0.47John Adam Kasson, LL. D.11ocn083808171mix18621.00Blair, MontgomeryAutograph letter signed : Washington, D.C., to [John A.] Kasson, n.p11ocn039190500book19421.00Younger, EdwardThe early diplomatic career of John A. Kasson, 1863-188511ocn055035748art1999Kasson, John AdamBiography11ocn459796486bookKeyes, Charles RollinCharles Rollin Keyes papersHistoryThe bulk of the collection consists of typed manuscripts for various articles including: "Radisson, first European on Iowa Soil"; "Coals that were France's"; three articles on John Kasson including "An Iowan before the Hapsburg Throne"; an article on railroads; an article on the Hayes-Tilden presidential election of 1876; and two drafts of the article "Iowa and the Secession of the South". The collection also includes two letters written to Grace Cooper and a list of riddles11ocn024196070book19471.00Younger, EdwardJohn A. Kasson at Vienna and Berlin11ocn022884865book1873John A. Kasson : state representativeBiography11ocn080614743mix18641.00Blair, MontgomeryAutograph letter signed : [Washington, D.C.?], to [John A.] Kasson, [Iowa?]11ocn758977203art18870.10Lanman, CharlesKasson, John ABiographyRegisters11ocn122474445mixConstitutional Centennial CommissionPapersRecords of the Commission: list of names of guests invited, letters of acceptance, letters of refusal, and miscellaneous letters, 1887; official programs, broadsides, pamphlets, memorial to the Senate and House of Representatives, songs, tickets, etc., 1887; correspondence of Colonel A. Loudon Snowden, marshal of Philadelphia, 1887; letterbook, guests' register book, account book of expenditures, letter copy book, acceptance book, magazines, etc., 1886-188711ocn122517886mix1.00Harlan, JamesConcerning his health, his political offices, legal matters and recommendations. Concerning the shipment of copies of the Congressional GlobeThu Oct 16 15:59:40 EDT 2014batch22161