Fessenden of Maine, Civil War Senator.

Syracuse, N.Y., Syracuse University Press [1962] .

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Subjects Fessenden, William Pitt, 1806-1869.
Fessenden, William Pitt.
Description vi., 294 pages plates, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 274-284).
Summary "Entering the Senate during the convulsive Kansas-Nebraska debate, William Pitt Fessenden rose to a place of leadership among that small band of anti-Nebraska Congressmen who then swung their support to the infant Republican party. Until his death in 1869 Senator Fessenden occupied a commanding position in national councils, where his powerful intellect, mastery in debate, and unquestioned integrity caused him to be considered by many of his colleagues as the foremost legislator of his day."--Preface.
Contents The bar sinister -- Getting set in law and politics -- Also Kent and Fessenden -- Mr. Fessenden takes his seat -- Portland again : an interlude -- Back from Elba -- Storm over Kansas-Nebraska -- Senator Fessenden, Republican -- Kansas again, and rising Republicanism -- Senator Fessenden on the eve of conflict -- Fessenden at war -- Impatience and preparations -- Senator Fessenden speaks his mind -- The emergence of a moderate -- Secretary of the treasury -- Chairman of the joint committee -- "Captain of the obstructives" -- Senator Fessenden takes his stand -- The final reckoning.
Geographic Area Maine
Network Numbers (OCoLC)425969
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Jellison, Charles A. 1924-
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