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ISBN: 0313281785
Author: Robert Rupp
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood; Annotated edition edition (November 30, 1997)
Pages: 216
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Subcategory: Reference
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Presidents of the United States-Their Written Measure: A Bibliography. Library of Congress, 1996.

Presidents of the United States-Their Written Measure: A Bibliography. LC Call Number: Z1249.

Arranged chronologically, the book contains sections on Garfield's childhood and education, his military career . James A. Garfield: A Bibliography (Bibliographies of the Presidents of the United States). 0313281785 (ISBN13: 9780313281785).

Arranged chronologically, the book contains sections on Garfield's childhood and education, his military career, including the Civil War battles of Sandy Creek and Chickamauga, and his political career. Special sections are devoted to the dramatic 1880 Republican convention and the close presidential election that followed. The volume also covers sources on his short administration and the outpouring of grief upon his death.

James A. Garfield: A Bibliography. Although his presidency lasted only 200 days, Garfield's full public life intersected much of American history-from the Ohio state legislature, to Civil War battlefields, to the halls of Congress, to the White House. In recent years, as historians have come to place greater importance on the Gilded Age, acknowledging that this age of transformation was more complex, diverse, and significant than previous stereotypes allowed, Garfield has also increased in importance.

serves the continuing need for bibliographic overviews of the Kennedy years and of their critical events and issues. This volume is another in the excellent Greenwood series Bibliographies of the Presidents of the United States. An excellent resource for anybody looking for sources on the Kennedy/Johnson years. Recommended for all academic libraries.

This is a bibliography of works on the military history of the United States. Allison, William T. Jeffrey G. Grey, Janet G. Valentine. American Military History: A Survey from Colonial Times to the Present (2nd ed. 2012) 416pp

This is a bibliography of works on the military history of the United States. 2012) 416pp. Anderson, Fred, ed. The Oxford Companion to American Military History (2000). Fighting for America: The Struggle for Mastery in North America, 1519-1871 (2011).

A ranking of all the best books about James A. Garfield. This bibliography provides a useful guide to the Garfield literature. Learn More About Book. Part 20 of our Best Presidential Books Series. Garfield was one of the Republican Party’s leading lights in the years following the Civil War. Born in a log cabin, he rose to become a college president, Union Army general, and congressman–all by the age of thirty-two. Embodying the strive-and-succeed spirit that captured the imagination of Americans in his time, he was elected president in 1880. It is no surprise that one of his biographers was Horatio Alger.

The bibliography consists of twenty chapters covering Grant's early life .

The bibliography consists of twenty chapters covering Grant's early life, his careers both as soldier and as president, his associations with various individuals, his post-presidency activities, the role alcohol played in his life, his battle with throat cancer, and ultimately, his tragic death. In Ulysses S. Grant: A Bibliography, Dr. Kelsey has created an invaluable resource for Grant scholars. What makes this book truly special is that Kelsey cites not only the usual books and journals but also a wide variety of nontraditional materials ranging from manuscripts to musical scores.

Timothy Dickinson tells the story of President Garfield's untimely death. James Garfield (1831-81) was sworn in as the 20th . president in March 1881 and died in September of that same year from an assassin’s bullet, making his tenure in office the second-shortest in . presidential history, after William Henry Harrison (1773-1841). Born in an Ohio log cabin, Garfield was a self-made man who became a school president in his mid-20s. Civil War (1861-65), he fought for the Union and rose to the rank of major general

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PIRATES: Intellectual n The intellectual prowess of James Garfield is often overlooked as a result of his short tenure in. .He became senator of Ohio, General during the Civil War, and eventually president of the United States.

PIRATES: Intellectual n The intellectual prowess of James Garfield is often overlooked as a result of his short tenure in office. n By the time he was fourteen, young Garfield was fairly knowledgeable in arithmetic and grammar and was particularly interested in the facts of American history, having eagerly gathered information from the meager treaties that circulated in that remote section of Ohio. In fact, he read and reread every book the scanty libraries of his part of the wilderness supplied, and many he learned by heart.

Although his presidency lasted only 200 days, Garfield's full public life intersected much of American history―from the Ohio state legislature, to Civil War battlefields, to the halls of Congress, to the White House. In recent years, as historians have come to place greater importance on the Gilded Age, acknowledging that this age of transformation was more complex, diverse, and significant than previous stereotypes allowed, Garfield has also increased in importance. Although he was shot 120 days after his inauguration, Garfield was one of the most politically experienced presidents in decades, and his life provides a valuable perspective on a pivotal time of transition. This bibliography provides a useful guide to the Garfield literature.

Arranged chronologically, the book contains sections on Garfield's childhood and education, his military career, including the Civil War battles of Sandy Creek and Chickamauga, and his political career. Special sections are devoted to the dramatic 1880 Republican convention and the close presidential election that followed. The volume also covers sources on his short administration and the outpouring of grief upon his death.

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