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Author: Elihu Root; Robert Bacon; James Brown Scott
Publisher: Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1966, ©1917]
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Root, Elihu, 1845-1937.
Miscellaneous addresses.
Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1966, ©1917]
(OCoLC)610097910
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elihu Root; Robert Bacon; James Brown Scott
OCLC Number: 369159
Description: ix, 313 pages 22 cm
Contents: The Iroquois and the struggle for America (Lake Champlain, Plattsburg; July 7, 1909) --
Samuel Kirkland: founder of Hamilton College (Dartmouth College; Oct. 26, 1904) --
The centenary of Hamilton College (Clinton, New York; June 17, 1912) --
Address as honorary chancellor of Union University, Schnectady, New York, June 10, 1914 --
The home of the Oneidas (New York City; Mar. 14, 1903) --
James Schoolcraft Sherman (United States Senate; Feb. 15, 1913) --
Inauguration of President Brown (New York University; Nov. 9, 1911) --
The object and the opportunity of Columbia University (June 8, 1904) --
The supreme treasure of our country (University of the State of New York; Oct. 22, 1915) --
The Dutch founders of New York (Saint Nicholas Society, New York; Dec. 7, 1896) --
John Hay (dedication of the John Hay Library, Brown University; Nov. 11, 1910) --
Grover Cleveland (College of the City of New York; Mar. 18, 1909) --
Chester Alan Arthur (Unveiling of a statue of President Arthur in Madison Square, New York; June 13, 1899) --
William Tecumseh Sherman (Unveiling of St. Gaudens' statue of General Sherman in New York; May 30, 1903) --
The great reconciliation (Reunion of the Union and Confederate veterans who fought at Fort Fisher. Utica, New York; Sept. 9, 1909) --
The Union League Club (Feb. 6, 1903) --
The city of New York (250th anniversary of municipal government; May 26, 1903) --
Benjamin Franklin (Presenting to France the gold medal authorized by Congress. Franklin Bicentennial; Apr. 20, 1906) --
Reply of M. Jusserand, the French ambassador --
Jules Martin Cambon (Farewell dinner to the French ambassador (Nov. 15, 1902) --
The assassination of President Carnot (New York constitutional convention; June 26, 1894) --
Canada and the United States (Pilgrims of the United States dinner, New York; Mar. 31, 1906) --
The builders of Canada (Canadian Club of Ottowa, Canada; Jan. 22, 1907) --
The Canadian reciprocity agreement (United States Senate; June 21, 1911) --
Art and architecture in America (American Institute of Architects dinner, Washington D.C.; Jan. 11, 1905) --
Charles Follen McKim (New Theater, New York; Nov. 23, 1909) --
Charles Follen McKim (American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C.; Dec. 15, 1909) --
Francis Davis Millet (American Federation of Arts, Washington, D.C.; May 10, 1912) --
The place of Cardinal Gibbons (Baltimore, June 6, 1911) --
Joseph G. Cannon (Washington, D.C.; Feb. 15, 1913) --
A tribute to Theodore Roosevelt Union League Club, New York; Feb. 3, 1904) --
John Pierpont Morgan (Chamber of Commerce of the state of New York; Apr. 3, 1913) --
John Marshall Harlan (United States Supreme Court; Dec. 16, 1911) --
Melville Weston Fuller (Supreme Court of the United States; Dec. 10, 1910) --
Judge John Davis (Court of Claims; May 16, 1902) --
Justice George Carter-Barrett (New York City; Nov. 10, 1906) --
Justice Charles H. Van Brunt (Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the States of New York in the First Department; June 8, 1897) --
Business and politics (reception of the Union League Club of Philadelphia; Mar. 23, 1915) --
Preservation of American ideals (Union League, Chicago, Ill.; Feb. 22, 1904) --
Monroe Doctrine (New England Society of New York; Dec. 22, 1904) --
The causes of war (New York Peace Society; Feb. 26, 1909) --
The effect of democracy on international law (American Society of International Law, Washington, D.C.; Apr. 26, 1917) --
The spread of international law in the Americas (Division of International Law of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Pan-American Scientific Congress, Washington, D.C.; Dec. 30, 1915).
Responsibility: Collected and edited by Robert Bacon and James Brown Scott.

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