His 122 ch 21 fall 2013

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His 122 ch 21 fall 2013

  1. 1. “The Bosses of the Senate,” 1889
  2. 2. de Thulstrup, Thur. “Miss Columbia (to General H_____).” Harper's Weekly July 24, 1880, 465
  3. 3. Woolf, Michael Angelo. “Exultant Tammanyite.” Harper’s Weekly October 30, 1880, 695.
  4. 4. de Thulstrup, Thur. “The Friend of the Freedmen.” Harper's Weekly October 23, 1880, 685.
  5. 5. Keppler, Joseph. “Just the Difference.” "Puck." July 28, 1880, 43.
  6. 6. Nast, Thomas, “The Plumed Knight.” Harper's Weekly. June 5, 1880, 353.
  7. 7. Keppler, Joseph. “A Merry Christmas to All.” “Puck." December 22, 1880, 45.
  8. 8. Political Party Presidential Nom. VP Nom. # % # % Republican James A. Garfield Che ster A. Arth ur 214 58. 0 4,453,61 1 48. 3 Democratic Winfield S. Hancock Willi am Eng lish 155 42. 0 4,445,25 6 48. 2
  9. 9. President James Garfield Charles Julius Guiteau
  10. 10. Diagram of the Train Station http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/guiteau/diagram.JPG
  11. 11. To General Sherman: I have just shot the President. I shot him several times as I wished him to go as easily as possible. His death was a political necessity. I am a lawyer, theologian, and politician. I am a Stalwart of the Stalwarts. I was with General Grant and the rest of our men, in New York during the canvass. I am going to the Jail. Please order out your troops, and take possession of the jail at once. Very respectfully, Charles Guiteau. Answer note by General Sherman addressed from "Headquarters of the Army, Washington, DC. July 2, 1881, "in which he states that "I don't know the writer. Never heard of or saw him to my knowledge..."
  12. 12. Guiteau’s Brain , The College of Physicians of Philadelphia https://www.google.com/search?q=Charles+Guiteau's+brain&tbm=i sch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=4PUwUu6NL8fh4AO9koHwAw &ved=0CDIQsAQ&biw=1523&bih=815&dpr=1#facrc=_&imgdii=_&im grc=OBN7Grl4nrllyM%3A%3B9zYWpq5r7POiCM%3Bhttps%253A%252F %252Fsphotos-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net%252Fhphotos- ash3%252Fp480x480%252F1240429_10151852732879134_1581301207 _n.jpg%3Bhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.facebook.com%252Fcollegeo fphysicians%3B480%3B480
  13. 13. Nast, Thomas. “Death Before Dishonor.” Harper’s Weekly.” June 21, 1884, 396-397.
  14. 14. Gillam, Bernhard. “Love’s Labor Lost.” Puck May 7, 1884, 160
  15. 15. Beard, Frank. “Another Voice For Cleveland.” Judge, September 27, 1884, xii.
  16. 16. Nast, Thomas. “What It Means.” Harper’s Weekly, November 15, 1884, 747.
  17. 17. Political Party Presidential Nom. VP Nom. # % # % Democratic Grover Cleveland Thoma s Hendric ks 219 54.6 4,915,586 48.9 Republican James G. Blane John Logan 182 45.4 4,852,916 48.2
  18. 18. Democratic Grover Cleveland Allen Thurman 168 41.9 5,539,118 48.6 Republican Benjamin Harrison Levi Morton 233 58.1 5,449,825 47.8
  19. 19. Grover Cleveland Adlai E. Stevenson 277 62.4 5,554,617 46.0 Benjamin Harrison Whitelaw Reid 145 32.7 5,186,793 43.0 James Weaver James Field 22 5.0 1,029,357 8.5
  20. 20. http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=HeTkT5-w5RA
  21. 21. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbE0R2-kzD4
  22. 22. IDA B. WELLS

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