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The United States presidential election of 1856 was the 18th qu...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1856 was the 18th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 4, 1856. Incumbent president Franklin Pierce was defeated in his effort to be re-nominated by the Democratic Party. James Buchanan, an experienced politician who had held a variety of political offices, was serving as the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom and won the nomination instead.
united states presidential election, 1856

Hell on the water

NavyTimes.com - 14 Feb 2019
Just one slaving expedition to Africa could make a fortune for investors, captain and crew. And the U.S. Navy rarely stopped the illicit traffic.
united states presidential election, 1856

ORIGIN OF BLACK POLITICS IN AMERICA

The Chicago Cusader - 24 Jan 2019
Since the end of the Civil War in 1865, when African Americans were granted the right to vote, through the 15th Amendment in 1868, electoral politics ha...
united states presidential election, 1856

THIS MONTH IN MINNESOTA HISTORY

Hometown Focus - 01 Feb 2019
Feb. 1 1840: Thomas B. Walker is born in Xenia, Ohio. After making his fortune in lumber, he would plan and develop the Walker Art Gallery, which opened in ...
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What Will History Books Say About 2018?

POLITICO - 28 Dec 2018
At the end of last year, POLITICO Magazine asked historians if 2017 had been the craziest year in American politics. That was before 2018, when several of ...

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