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Papers 1819-1898.

Author: James Monroe; James A Garfield; William Lloyd Garrison; Joshua R Giddings
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers of James Monroe document the career of this antislavery orator, minister, professor, state legislator, U.S. congressman, and U.S. consul to Rio de Janiero. The correspondence series contains over 5,000 letters received by Monroe, 1841-98. The indexed and calendared correspondence includes abolitionists, politicians and educators. Files relating to Monroe's service as U.S. consul to Rio de Janeiro provide  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
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Named Person: James Monroe; J Watson Webb; Salmon P Chase; Jacob D Cox; Julia Finney Monroe; Charles G Finney; John R Commons
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Monroe; James A Garfield; William Lloyd Garrison; Joshua R Giddings
OCLC Number: 26566405
Description: 12.4 linear ft.

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The papers of James Monroe document the career of this antislavery orator, minister, professor, state legislator, U.S. congressman, and U.S. consul to Rio de Janiero. The correspondence series contains over 5,000 letters received by Monroe, 1841-98. The indexed and calendared correspondence includes abolitionists, politicians and educators. Files relating to Monroe's service as U.S. consul to Rio de Janeiro provide fertile material for the study of Brazilian-American relations, particularly during the American Civil War. Monroe's political service is well documented in his numerous speeches and addresses. The records primarily center on his career as a U.S. congressman, 1871-81. Manuscript sermons document his brief pastoral career ca. 1849. Lectures on political economy and modern history document his teaching career.

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