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Millard Fillmore papers.

Millard Fillmore

Millard Fillmore papers.

by Millard Fillmore

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Published by Kraus Reprint in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fillmore, Millard, -- 1800-1874 -- Bibliography.,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1815-1861.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEd. by Frank H. Severance.
    SeriesPublications of the Buffalo Historical Society, vol. X-XI
    ContributionsSeverance, Frank H. 1856-1931.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14304849M

    Paul Finkelman; Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., and Sean Wilentz, General Editors. Paul Finkelman is the author of Dred Scott rd: A Brief History and Slavery and the Founders: Race and Liberty in the Age of author or editor of more than twenty-five books, he is a distinguished professor at Albany Law School and a noted specialist in American legal history, race, and. The more interesting aspects of the book are fascinating (Fillmore’s political battles with Thurlow Weed and William Seward, in particular) but there are large sections which are quite dull. On balance it is a steady and useful examination an obscure former president, though clearly too supportive of Fillmore’s service as president.

    Millard Fillmore’s Ancestors 5 Millard Fillmore Chronology 7. 1 Fillmore’s Ancestors 11 2 Cayuga Roots 15 3 On the Road to Politics 26 4 The Assembly Years 36 5 The Young Congressman 46 6 Gaining Attention 55 7 The Election of 64 8 The Fillmore Tariff 71 9 Interlude 80 10 State Comptroller Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth president of the United States of America, came of a family of English stock, which had early settled in New England. His father, Nathaniel, in , made a clearing within the limits of what is now the town of Summerhill, Cayuga county, New York, and there Millard Fillmore was born, on the 7th of January Born:

    Mallard Fillmore is a comic strip written and illustrated by Bruce Tinsley until and Loren Fishman since It has been syndicated by King Features Syndicate since June 6, The strip follows the exploits of its title character, an anthropomorphic green-plumaged duck who works as a politically conservative reporter at fictional television station WFDR in Washington, D.C. Mallard's Author(s): Bruce Tinsley. Millard Fillmore (n. 7 ianuarie , Summerhill[*], SUA – d. 8 martie , Buffalo, SUA) a fost cel de-al doisprezecelea vicepreședinte și cel de-al treisprezecelea președinte al Statelor Unite ale Americii, servind un singur mandat prezidențial incomplet între și , fiind totodată ultimul membru al partidului Whig care a ocupat funcția cea mai înaltă de stat în Statele Cetățenie: SUA.


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The papers of Millard Fillmore (), educator, U.S. representative from New York, vice president, and thirteenth president of the United States, contain approximately thirty-five items spanning the yearswith the bulk dating from to The collection includes correspondence relating primarily to political issues such as slavery, Compromise ofFugitive Slave Law.

Millard Fillmore Papers Chiefly correspondence of Fillmore relating to slavery; the Compromise of ; the Fugitive Slave Law (); John Brown's Raid,Harpers Ferry, W.

Va.; the Whig Party; and congressional politics. Individuals mentioned include Thomas Hart. Millard Fillmore Papers V1 Millard Fillmore papers. book Paperback – Septem by Millard Fillmore (Author), Frank H. Severance (Editor) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Millard Fillmore.

Millard Fillmore Papers Volume 11 of Millard Fillmore Papers, Frank Hayward Severance Cornell Library New York State Historical Literature Volume 11 of Millard Fillmore Papers : Ed. by Frank H. Severance, Frank Hayward Severance Volumes of Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society, N.Y.).

Buffalo Historical Society. Millard Fillmore papers: Volume 1 Paperback – January 1, by Millard Fillmore (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author: Millard Fillmore. "Mr. Fillmore's views relating to slavery; the suppressed portion of the third annual message to Congress, December 6, ": v. 1, p. [] "Bibliography ; some publications by Millard Fillmore or relating to his career and services": v.

2, p. Millard Fillmore was the 13th President of the United States (), the last Whig president, and the last president not to be affiliated with either the Democratic or Republican parties. Fillmore was the only Whig president who did not die in office or get expelled from the party, and Fillmore appointed the only Whig Supreme Court Justice/5.

Daguerreotype portrait of Millard Fillmore by photographer Mathew Brady, Courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University. Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fillmore, Millard, Millard Fillmore papers. New York, Kraus Reprint, Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fillmore, Millard, Millard Fillmore papers.

Buffalo, N.Y., The Buffalo Historical. Millard Fillmore began his presidency on Jimmediately passing the Fugitive Slave Act, and forever damaging his political career.

Abolitionists and antislavery politicians were appalled and in Fillmore was denied nomination for a second : Millard Fillmore. Papers:linear feet (1 container). The papers of Millard Fillmore contain approximately thirty-five items spanning the yearswith the bulk dating from to   "Millard Fillmore" by Paul Finkelman was published in and is part of The American Presidents series.

Finkelman is a professor of law at Albany Law School, a legal historian and prolific author. He has written dozens of books and newspaper articles on topics ranging from Thomas Jefferson to civil rights to baseball.

This being. Millard Fillmore: Biography of a President is Robert Raybacks biography of the thirteenth U.S. president. At the time of the books publication Rayback was a professor of history at Syracuse University.

Time and history have not conspired to generate an abundance of biographies of Millard Fillmore/5. ↑ Fillmore, Millard. "The Fillmore Papers.

Genealogical Data Related to Millard Fillmore". Millard Fillmore The Buffalo historical society, - United States. Ed Burke, firsthand knowledge. Click the Changes tab for the details of edits by Ed and others.

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Millard Fillmore the White House biographies of the. Professor Robert J. Rayback&#;s history of Millard Fillmore is still the best biography of the 13th President of the United States. In one of the many unexplained, unfortunate quirks of history, most of the official papers of Fillmore&#;s administration were destroyed by his son.

Scholars Brand: Golden Springs Publishing. Fillmore (Millard) Papers, Finding Aid; Collections Number: 4/1/ Abstract: Papers include correspondence, memoranda, notebooks, library catalog, and other documents regarding Millard Fillmore, the first Chancellor of the University of Buffalo and the thirteenth President of the United States.

Millard Fillmore, –, 13th President of the United States (July, –Mar., ), b. Locke (now Summer Hill), N.Y. Because he was compelled to work at odd jobs at an early age to earn a living his education was irregular and incomplete.

He read law in his. The papers of Millard Fillmore contain approximately thirty-five items spanning the yearswith the bulk dating from to The collection includes correspondence relating primarily to political issues such as slavery, Compromise ofFugitive Slave Law ofKansas-Nebraska Act, John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, and congressional politics.

Synopsis Professor Robert J. Rayback's history of Millard Fillmore is still the best biography of the 13th President of the United States. In one of the many unexplained, unfortunate quirks of history, most of the official papers of Fillmore's administration were destroyed by his son.

Millard Fillmore (Book): Scarry, Robert J.: From the time he left office inPresident Millard Fillmore has become increasingly shrouded in mystery and stereotyped by anecdotes with slender connections to facts. The real Fillmore was not the weak and boring figurehead many Americans believe he was.

This account of Fillmore's life is drawn largely from his family's personal papers, many.When the private papers of Millard Fillmore, thought to have been destroyed inwere discovered they proved to include a large number of letters to Fillmore from Dorothea Dix, the renowned crusader for the humane treatment of the insane.

Almost simultaneously, the letters of Fillmore to Dix, which had lain forgotten in a private collection sincebecame by: 4.Millard Fillmore, 13th president of the United States (–53), whose insistence on federal enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Act of alienated the North and led to the destruction of the Whig Party.

Elected vice president inhe acceded to the presidency on the death of Zachary Taylor (July ).