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Frontier Influence on Presidents George Washington, Andrew Jackson, and Abraham Lincoln

cry may have gone out -the army is coming! And in 1794, Washington order 13000 men to march into the frontier to "deal" with The ...

The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln

Civil War. It was originally planned that Lincoln would be kidnapped and used for ransom to set Confederate soldiers free so that ...

Lincoln and Jackson

an unjustified slur on his wife Rachel" (the White House [2], 2009). Later in his time as President he was prone to outbursts it s...

Analyzing the First, Third, and Seventh Presidents of the United States

role of Americas first President, seeking to separate his persona as the general "who was first in war" from the President "who wa...

Conspiracy and Abraham Lincoln's Assassination

distinctive patterns, which include "a penchant for the obscure and improbable... accepting arguments pointing toward a conspiracy...

Slavery in the First and Seventh Lincoln-Douglas Debates

This paper examines the debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas in terms of how the first and seventh debates dealt wi...

A Hypothetical Abraham Lincoln Letter

to speak about the Republican Party and how the Republican Presidents of late have conducted business similarly, or differently, t...

U.S. Civil War Reconstruction

when he suspended individual liberties, and closed down anti-war and anti-administration newspapers (24). Not only did he do that,...

Reconstruction Policies Following the U.S. Civil War

In twelve pages this paper discusses the Reconstruction policies of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson for after the Ci...

The Reconstruction Period of American History from 1865 until 1877

the emancipation of slaves (Burkart, n.d.). * Radical Republicans had another idea, those 11 states should be reverted to territor...

Leadership Styles of Six U.S. Presidents Compared

that charmed his audiences was John F. Kennedy. Even though his presentation was not as fluid as that of Reagans, nonetheless, Ke...

Taking on Hepatitis B in a Philadelphia High School

programs on Hepatitis B and the risk factors that increase ones susceptibility. The first of these programs will provide an overv...

Civil War Era and Black Emancipation

repugnant. In exploring the time period before the Civil War, Equaino (1998) takes one on a journey through the 1700s slave trad...

Death of Abraham Lincoln and the Grief of Poet Walt Whitman

12, Whitman was indoctrinated in the printers trade (AAP). It was at this time that he fell in love with words, and began to read ...

Analyzing Andrew Jackson's Case for the Removal of Indians in an 1930 Message to Congress

away to make room for the whites" If this were the case then why was...

U.S. Civil War and Abraham Lincoln

Each side was consistently successful in resolving its problems in politics, civil morale, and economics when its military was vic...

Clairvoyance, Insanity, and the Life of Mary Todd Lincoln

This paper examines the life of Mary T. Lincoln, wife of US president Abraham Lincoln. The author discusses elements of her insan...

Southern Loyalty of General Robert E. Lee

years old. Light Horse Harry died in the Caribbean without ever seeing his family again. Roberts fortunes likely would have been ...

'When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd' by Walt Whitman

President Abraham Lincoln's assassination is examined within the context of this poem by Walt Whitman in five pages with imagery a...

John Wilkes Booth Did Not Act Alone in the Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln

In eight pages this research paper argues in favor of a murder conspiracy in President Abraham Lincoln's assassination and contend...

Andrew Jackson and Indian Removal

This essay discusses good and bad policies of the Andrew Jackson administration, and argues that the good are not enough to negate...

Obama and Reelection

13, 2011, President Barack Obama spoke at George Washington University about the dire crisis facing the nation in the form of the ...

Was Andrew Jackson a Great President?

slaves and they intermarried with both blacks and whites, creating an "influential group of mixed bloods within the Cherokee natio...

President Abraham Lincoln's Role in the US Period of Reconstruction

Eric Froner Consider Reconstruction a Failure? The reasons for the failure of reconstruction are itemized in the article....

President-Congress Relationship

process of checks and balances. Jackson "saw himself as a guardian of the people, with a mission to protect them from the excesse...

Retrospective of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address

In five pages this paper examines Garry Wills' consideration of the Gettysburg Address and discusses how it successfully invigorat...

President Andrew Jackson's 1832 'Bank War' with the Bank of the US

and readily became the most powerful lending institution in the land -- a central bank, in effect, with a determining influence on...

Homeland Security Personal Response

are occasionally updated, which means the activist is still under secret surveillance. Considering the culture of fear in which Am...

Wiencek/On George Washington

than "anywhere else" (Henriques 414). However, the "bad news" is that amidst Wienceks narrative there are numerous errors, as well...

Different Perspectives on Slavery

In five pages this paper examines the Civil War and after perspectives on slavery as viewed by John C. Calhoun, Frederick Douglass...