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Political biographies, 1864-1880.

Author: Charles Hudson
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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These political biographies, written between 1864 and 1880, include the following unpublished, bound manuscripts: "The Character of the Late Hon. John Davis of Worcester, Mass.," 1864; "Levi Lincoln: LIfe, Services and Character," 1870; "Character of George Nixon Briggs of Pittsfield, Mass.," 1873; "The Character of Governor Emory Washburn," 1878; "The Life and Character of Edward Everett and Marcus Morton ...
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Named Person: George N Briggs; John C Calhoun; Henry Clay; John Davis; Edward Everett; Samuel F Haven; Charles Hudson; Levi Lincoln; Marcus Morton; Emory Washburn; Daniel Webster
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Hudson
OCLC Number: 191259442
Description: 6 v. ; octavo. 1 folder (4 items)

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These political biographies, written between 1864 and 1880, include the following unpublished, bound manuscripts: "The Character of the Late Hon. John Davis of Worcester, Mass.," 1864; "Levi Lincoln: LIfe, Services and Character," 1870; "Character of George Nixon Briggs of Pittsfield, Mass.," 1873; "The Character of Governor Emory Washburn," 1878; "The Life and Character of Edward Everett and Marcus Morton ... Contrasted," 1880; "The American Trio: Or the Relative Character of Clay, Webster and Calhoun," 1880. At the beginning of each volume is a letter from Hudson to Samuel Foster Haven (1806-1881) briefly describing the manuscript and offering it as a gift to the AAS.

This collection also includes a folder of miscellaneous correspondence, from 1844 to 1877, including two Hudson letters concerning the annexation of Texas.

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