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Washington Arsenal (Washington, D.C.)

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Works: 8 works in 11 publications in 1 language and 1,807 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Diaries  Biography  Pictorial works  Personal narratives 
Classifications: E457.5, 973.7092
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Publications about Washington Arsenal (Washington, D.C.)
Most widely held works about Washington Arsenal (Washington, D.C.)
    The Lincoln assassination conspirators : their confinement and execution, as recorded in the letterbook of John Frederick Hartranft by John F Hartranft( Book )
    3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 355 libraries worldwide
    "On May 1, 1865, two weeks after Abraham Lincoln's assassination, recently inaugurated president Andrew Johnson appointed John Frederick Hartranft to command the military prison at the Washington Arsenal, where the U.S. government had just incarcerated the seven men and one woman accused of complicity in the shooting. From that day through the execution of four of the accomplices, the Pennsylvania-born general held responsibility for the most notorious prisoners in American history. A strict adherent to protocol, Hartranft kept a meticulously detailed account of his experiences in the form of a letterbook. In The Lincoln Assassination Conspirators, noted Lincoln scholars Edward Steers, Jr., and Harold Holzer, in partnership with the National Archives, present this fascinating historical record for the first time with contextual materials and expert annotations, providing a remarkable glimpse behind the scenes of the assassination's aftermath."--Inside jacket
    The Washington Arsenal explosion : Civil War disaster in the capital by Brian Bergin( Book )
    2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 65 libraries worldwide
    George Ely diaries by George Ely( Archival Material )
    in English and held by 1 library worldwide
    The second diary fills the 1868 diary (New York: J.G. Shaw & Co) contains entries for 1868, Jan. 1, Jan. 7, Jan. 22-Feb. 5; Feb. 8 – 10; 21-22; 24; Mar. 23-25; 30, Apr. 4-5; 9-10; 18; May 4-5; May 19-20; June 24, 30; July 1-8, 17-18; 30; Aug. 7, 10-11; 18; 26; Sep. 8, and Oct. 1. The entries describe a "Mass convention" celebrating the anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation (Jan. 1); Ely's travels in Bullock, Barbour, and Montgomery Counties, campaigning for the ratification of the new state constitution (Jan. 22-Jan. 31); the ratification vote (1868, Feb. 1-5); interactions with the military authorities of the Third Military District; his appointment to the Court of Probate, the arrival of his family, etc. The "Memoranda" section includes miscellaneous addresses, contacts, accounts of expenses, etc. The section "Cash Accounts" cover February. This section also contains a tally a list of "Elections for Ratification." Also included is a newspaper clipping with a note "The Supplementary Reconstruction Bill." HM 83139
    U.S. Arsenal, Washington by E. Sachse & Co( visu )
    in English and held by 1 library worldwide
    Subject: Interior of the U.S. Arsenal
    L.A.B. Walback statement by L. A. B Walback( Archival Material )
    in English and held by 1 library worldwide
    Walback's statement (1844 February 13) concerning a disagreement between Alvin C. Goell, a civilian employee of the U.S. War Dept., and Robert Henry Kirkwood Whiteley, a U.S. Army officer, at the Washington Arsenal in 1840
    The life of Francis Henry Parker / by John M. Parker III by John M Parker( Archival Material )
    1 edition published in 1986 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
    Covers West Point years, Civil War years, duty at Washington Arsenal, Fort Monroe, Picatinny, Watertown, Watervliet, and Allegheny Arsenals
    Pheebe Clark correspondence by Pheebe Clark( Archival Material )
    in English and held by 1 library worldwide
    Correspondence (1854 April-June) from Clark to her mother and to her sister, Nellie, with observations of Washington, D.C., following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Subjects include Lincoln's public funeral, city residents dressed in mourning, and the treatment of and incarceration in the Washington Arsenal of the conspirators associated with the assassination
    The story of the United States Arsenal and Washington Barracks by William J O'Brien( Archival Material )
    1 edition published in 1935 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
 
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