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Fri Mar 21 17:08:22 2014 UTClccn-n886477900.00The natural rights of man paramount to the delegated powers of government. Speeches of Hon. Philadelph Van Trump and Hon. George W. Morgan, on the expatriation bill0.761.00Delano vs. Morgan. Papers and evidence of the contestant in the case of Columbus Delano against George W. Morgan, Thirteenth Congressional District of Ohio21259043George_W._Morgann 886477902314362Morgan, George Washington, 1820-1893lccn-n79056304Johnson, Andrew1808-1875nc-united states$congress$1867 1868$houseUnited StatesCongress1867-1868)Housenc-united states$army$army of the ohio$7th divisionUnited StatesArmyArmy of the Ohio7th divisionnp-nicholls, lewis dNicholls, Lewis D.lccn-n96085395Delano, Columbus1809-1896lccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHousenc-united states$congress$1868$houseUnited StatesCongress1868)Houselccn-n80126151Grant, Ulysses S.(Ulysses Simpson)1822-1885lccn-no2009052591Van Trump, Philadelphlccn-n88647793United StatesArmy of the OhioDivision, 7thMorgan, G. W.(George Washington)1820-1893Trials, litigation, etcHistorySpeeches in CongressMapsSourcesPersonal narrativesHandbooks, manuals, etcBiographyPersonal narratives‡vAmericanUnited StatesCumberland Gap Campaign (1862)Johnson, Andrew,Political scienceTrials (Impeachment)American Civil War (1861-1865)Morgan, G. W.--(George Washington),Military campaignsTennesseeTennessee--Cumberland GapContested electionsUnited States.--Congress.--HouseImpeachmentsOhioGrant, Ulysses S.--(Ulysses Simpson),United States--Cumberland GapTexasReconstruction (United States : 1865-1877)ExpatriationMexican War (1846-1848)Halleck, H. W.--(Henry Wager),Lincoln, Abraham,LouisianaIllinoisTravelRosecrans, William S.--(William Starke),LegislatorsChase, Salmon P.--(Salmon Portland),Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)Seward, William Henry,Stanton, Edwin McMasters,Mississippi--VicksburgGeorgiaDiplomatsTariffGarfield, James A.--(James Abram),PoliticiansSherman, William T.--(William Tecumseh),AssassinationVeterans--Societies, etcPorter, Fitz-John,Oldroyd, Osborn H.--(Osborn Hamiline),MississippiWhite, Albert S.--(Albert Smith),Frontier and pioneer lifeSchurz, Carl,Thompson, Maurice,Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg,Hanna, Marcus Alonzo,Krout, Mary H.--(Mary Hannah),182018931849186218641867186818691870187118721875188718911914193019601988200620131713742973AC1672ocn506017962com18680.92Morgan, G. WSpeech of Hon. George W. Morgan, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, February 29, 1868Trials, litigation, etc463ocn085890035file18640.88United StatesGeneral G.W. Morgan's report letter from the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the House of representatives, transmitting Major General G.W. Morgan's report of the occupation of Cumberland Gap42ocn040626463book18671.00Delano, ColumbusDelano vs. Morgan. Papers and evidence of the contestant in the case of Columbus Delano against George W. Morgan, Thirteenth Congressional District of Ohio31ocn017972923book18711.00Morgan, G. WSpeech of Hon. George W. Morgan of Ohio : delivered in the House of Representatives, March 29, 1871History31ocn047180856book1868Van Trump, PThe natural rights of man paramount to the delegated powers of government. Speeches of Hon. Philadelph Van Trump and Hon. George W. Morgan, on the expatriation bill21ocn035392300book1870Morgan, G. WThe tariff. Speech of Hon. George W. Morgan, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, March 24, 187021ocn037941478book18750.47Morgan, G. WSpeech of Hon. George W. Morgan: delivered at Canal Dover, Ohio, August 7, 187521ocn037995147book1869Morgan, G. WReconstruction of Georgia21ocn046826224book1868Delano, ColumbusReport and proceedings in the contested election of Delano vs. Morgan, with speeches of Messrs. Scofield, Lawrence, Schenck, Dawes, and Delano. Fortieth Congress11ocn023216267book18081.00Advertencias para illustracion de algunas partes del reglam[en]to del exercicio y maniobras dela infanteria de 1808 : sobre la instr[ucci]on de recluta, comp[añi]a y batall[ó]nHandbooks, manuals, etcManuscript manual of military formation and drill for infrantry11ocn040580353book1871Morgan, G. WSpeech of Gen. Geo. W. Morgan at Logan, O., August 30th, 187111ocn035392275book1872Morgan, G. WExpenditures of the government. Speech in the House of Representatives, June 8, 1872Speeches in Congress11ocn035547517book1867Morgan, G. WSpeech ... delivered at the Atheneum, Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, August 31st, 186711ocn229160744map1960Lyon, Sidney SMap of Cumberland-Gap and vicinity, laid down from surveys : showing the location of the works, constructed by the enemy and those erected by the forces of the United StatesMaps11ocn228508063map1930Lyon, Sidney STracing of war-time map, Cumberland Gap & vicinity, 1862Maps11ocn017462708mixMaria D. Coffinberry family papersHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesSourcesPersonal narratives AmericanCorrespondence, journals, other manuscript materials, plats, maps, pamphlets, political broadsides, speeches, newspaper clippings, biographical and genealogical items, engravings, campaign ribbons, and other family memorabilia11ocn270612904book18690.10Morgan, G. WMount Vernon, Ohio, to President JohnsonAsking for a pardon for Edward U. Beach, convicted in 1856 for passing counterfeit coin11ocn270612906book18690.10Morgan, G. WMount Vernon, to President GrantRecommending A.G.W. Carter for an Associate Judgeship11ocn318327675mixHistoryCorrespondence before, during, and after the Civil War from W. (?) W. (?) Miller to Horatio C. King; George W. Morgan to William A. Baker and Jesse K. Furlong; George P. Morris to Samuel Stevens; Reuben D. Mussey to Henry M. Cist; James H. Trapier; Charles B. Norton to Fitz-John Porter; Robert Nugent to Horatio C. King; and E. S. Obsorne to S. L. Crotty11ocn035306981book1870Morgan, G. WThe monopolists absorb the profits of industry. Speech of Hon. Geo. W. Morgan, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, June 7th, 1870Speeches in Congress121ocn071779130book20060.56Nicholls, Lewis DA masterful retreat : the story of the 7th division's retreat across eastern Kentucky from Sept. 17 - Oct. 3, 1862History22ocn081313794book18911.00Morgan, G. WLetter : Mount Vernon, Ohio, to O.H. Oldroyd, n.pHistoryAutograph letter signed. Requests the roster of the Ohio Veterans Association of Illinois11ocn755804005mix1.00Morgan, G. WMorgan, George Washington, PapersHistoryBiographyArchivesComposed of a typewritten manuscript, the George Washington Morgan Papers, 1820-1932, document the life of American lawyer, scholar, diplomat, and politician George Washington Morgan11ocn082681337mix1.00Wallace, LewHistoryTrials, litigation, etcRecords and correspondencePapers of Wallace's wife, Susan Elston Wallace (1830-1907), include family correspondence, letters (1881-1882) to her son from Europe, Turkey, and Egypt, and correspondence with publishers regarding her own writings. Letter books of Wallace's son and business agent, Henry Lane Wallace (1853-1926), relate to the family's business interests and a lawsuit involving a theatrical production of Ben-Hur. Papers of Wallace's father-in-law, Isaac C. Elston (1798-1867), of Crawfordsville, Ind., chiefly relate to his interests in developing Michigan City, Ind. (1830-1849). Elston family correspondence (chiefly 1864-1866) is from Crawfordsville, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Washington, D.C11ocn772586570book0.47Morgan, G. WReport, 1862, June 22, Headquarters 7th Division, Army of the Ohio, Cumberland Gap, to Colonel Jas. B. Fry, Florence, Ala[bama]HistoryThis handwritten report is a "spirited narrative giving details of the march, the attack and the success of the Army of the Ohio. A short time after, Morgan was forced, by Col. John Morgan's Guerillas, to retreat to the Ohio River."--cover of the autograph folder. It consists of Gen. George W. Morgan's account of taking Cumberland Gap. The report of June 22, 1862, was written to Colonel Jas. B. Fry, Chief-of-Staff, Florence, Ala[bama]. Morgan was assigned by Maj. Gen. Buell to the command of the 7th Division, Army of the Ohio, with the goal of concentrating his forces at "Cumberland Ford," and "to take Cumberland Gap." The narrative report describes the difficulties of traveling on the roads leading to Cumberland Ford, and why he instead took an open buggy "in order to move forward as rapidly as possible." Morgan describes the circumstances under which he "concentrated and organized the 7th Division," and reports that he reached Cumberland Ford "on the 11th April, and made a reconnaissance of the enemy's position at Cumberland Gap ..." Morgan reports of ordering an "armed reconnaissance to be made," and discusses the ensuing skirmish wherein "we lost one man mortally, and several slightly wounded." Morgan states in his report: "the rebel papers announced our loss was 150 killed and 300 wounded, and that their loss was thirty. This statement is untrue." Morgan details his strategies and plans of attack, and in the report expresses his gratitude to "Brigadier Generals Spears, Baird, and Carter, and to Colonel de Courcy ... and to the gallant officers and soldiers of their respective commands." He closes the report by praising his personal staff and by "expressing my deep obligations to Captain W.F. Patterson, and the men of hiscommand."11ocn051136599visu18871.00[Brigadier-General George W. Morgan, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]11ocn073897567art1988Sifakis, StewartMorgan, George Washington (1820-1893)11ocn070982341mix1.00Johnson, AndrewAndrew Johnson papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Ethan A. Allen, George Bancroft, Edward Bates, Henry Ward Beecher, James Gordon Bennett, John Milton Binckley, James B. Bingham, Jeremiah S. Black, Francis Preston Blair, Thomas H. Caldwell, Simon Cameron, Lewis D. Campbell, Salmon P. Chase, Samuel Sullivan Cox, John A. Dix, Thomas Ewing, James A. Garfield, Ulysses S. Grant, Horace Greeley, H.W. Halleck, Winfield Scott Hancock, J.C.G. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, John A. McClernand, Hugh McCulloch, George Gordon Meade, William G. Moore, G.W. Morgan, J.S. Negley, John M. Palmer, John Pope, Fitz-John Porter, Alexander Williams Randall, William S. Rosecrans, John McAllister Schofield, William Henry Seward, William T. Sherman, Edwin McMasters Stanton, Alexander Hamilton Stephens, Richard Taylor, Benjamin Cummings Truman, Julia Gardiner Tyler, John Williams, and Jonathan Worth11ocn038754439book1868Morgan, G. WDelano vs. Morgan : May 25, 1868, laid on the the table and ordered to be printed11ocn726402494visu1.00[Album of carte de visite portraits of 19th-century American political and literary figures]PhotographsAlbum of carte de visite portraits of political and public figures, probably from the 1860s, most published by E. Anthony or E. and H.T. Anthony, 501 Broadway, New York, from photographic negatives by Mathew B. Brady's studio, Brady's National Portrait Gallery11ocn071064099mix1.00Patterson, William FranklinPapers of William Franklin PattersonHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, military records, writings, newspapers, notes, and fragments. Chiefly letters (1851-1864) from Patterson to his wife, Amelia Sophia Patterson relating principally to his Civil War service with Patterson's Independent Company of Kentucky Volunteers under Gen. George W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, with Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Vicksburg, and with the Dept. of the Gulf in Texas and Louisiana. Also includes letters, sermons, and other papers of Patterson's father-in-law, F.C. Schaeffer, pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the City of New York and of St. James Church, New York. Much of Schaeffer's correspondence is with his wife, Maria Wagner Schaeffer, and with other members of the Schaeffer (Schaefer) family11ocn156983625art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamMorgan, George Washington11ocn027870676mix1862Stanton, Edwin MTelegram, 1862 June 11 [to] General George W. MorganHistoryTelegram, June 11, 1862, from Stanton to General George W. Morgan, concerning the "wretched" condition of the 49th Indiana Regiment. Stanton asks for a report, including the number of sick and medical provisions11ocn853622863map20130.95United StatesMap illustrating the operations of the Seventh Division under Brig. General G.W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap Tennessee : during a portion of the year 1862HistoryMapsFri Mar 21 15:42:14 EDT 2014batch21121