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Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)

Works: 2,138 works in 2,342 publications in 1 language and 43,886 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Sources  Trials, litigation, etc  Portraits  Periodicals  Bibliography  Biographies  Records and correspondence  Biography‡vDictionaries 
Classifications: E176, 974.7
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Publications about Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Publications by Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Most widely held works by Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
The revolutionary diplomatic correspondence of the United States by United States( Book )
2 editions published in 1889 in English and held by 510 libraries worldwide
The Documentary history of the state of New-York; arranged under direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, secretary of State by E. B O'Callaghan( Book )
in English and held by 463 libraries worldwide
Kept in locked case
The chap-book ( serial )
in English and held by 231 libraries worldwide
Biographia juridica : a biographical dictionary of the judges of England from the conquest to the present time, 1066-1870 by Edward Foss( Book )
1 edition published in 1870 in English and held by 227 libraries worldwide
Narrative of the Texan Santa Fé expedition : comprising a description of a tour through Texas and across the great southwestern prairies the Camanche and Caygüa hunting-grounds : with an account of the sufferings from want of food, losses from hostile Indians, and final capture of the Texans, and their march, as prisoners, to the city of Mexico by Geo. Wilkins Kendall( Book )
1 edition published in 1844 in English and held by 225 libraries worldwide
The Texan Santa Fe expedition was conceived by Mirabeau B. Lamar in an attempt to open a trade route which would lure away some of the traffic hitherto utilizing the Santa Fe trade, and also to extend his greetings to residents of New Mexico, whom he wished to participate in Texas government as residents of territory claimed by Texas in an act of 1836. Due to poor navigation, faulty planning and harassment by Indians, the expedition lost most of its momentum. Upon their arrival in New Mexico, the entire force was taken captive under orders of Gov. Manuel Armijo. The prisoners were forcibly marched to Mexico City, and the affair brought relations between Texas, the United States and Mexico to a boiling point. Those who survived the march and imprisonment were released in April 1842, six and a half months after their capture. Kendall, editor of the New Orleans Picayune, accompanied the expedition as an observer
Revolutionary services and civil life of General William Hull by Maria Campbell( Book )
1 edition published in 1848 in English and held by 194 libraries worldwide
The daughter and grandson of General Hull have prepared a biographical, and at times autobiographical, portrait of his military and personal life. Given the controversial nature of his surrender of Detroit, the family has attempted to clear his good name
Report of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the opinions of the judges thereof, in the case of Dred Scott versus John F.A. Sandford, December term, 1856. [From the 19th volume of Howard's Reports] by United States( Book )
4 editions published between 1857 and 2008 in English and held by 192 libraries worldwide
Printed from the 19th vol. of Howard's Reports
The national portrait gallery of distinguished Americans by James Herring( Book )
in English and held by 191 libraries worldwide
The library of American biography by Jared Sparks( Book )
in English and held by 172 libraries worldwide
Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull by William Hull( Book )
2 editions published in 1814 in English and held by 111 libraries worldwide
In 1812, Hull reluctantly accepted a commission as brigadier-general and the command of the army to defend the Michigan Territory and attack Upper Canada from Detroit. Hull made a suggestion to the Madison administration that a superior American force at Detroit might force the British to abandon their ships, thus allowing the Americans to take possession of these ships and saving the government the cost of building a fleet. In July of 1812, he arrived in Detroit and a short time later crossed into Amherstberg with his superior force, but he delayed the invasion assuming that the Canadian militia would desert. From that point, it all went wrong: His communications were cut off by the British and the Indians, the British captured Fort Mackinac, British forces reached Amherstberg, Hull returned to Detroit where he eventually surrendered his army. The court martial tried him for treason, cowardice and neglect of duty; he was found guilty on the last two charges and sentenced to be shot. Pres. Madison, who went along with Hull's suggestion, fully supported the decision but remanded the execution due to Hull's service in the Revolution
The miscellaneous essays and occasional writings of Francis Hopkinson, esq by Francis Hopkinson( Book )
2 editions published in 1792 in English and held by 108 libraries worldwide
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Library of Congress. Joseph Meredith Toner Collection
Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
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