2 edition of Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov. Oliver P. Morton found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Life of Gov. Morton, Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Governor Oliver P. Morton|
|Statement||edited by William M. French|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 486 p. :|
|Number of Pages||486|
The War Begins. Issues related to economics and power, race and slavery dominated Indiana politics during the Civil War. At the center of it all stood Governor Oliver P. Morton, whose strong personality, skillful leadership, and sometimes ruthless policies made him the most prominent figure in the state. , Oliver P[erry] Morton, Life, Speeches, State Papers and Public Services of Gov. Oliver P. Morton, Cincinnati, Oh.: Moore, Wilstach, & Baldwin Printers, and it has been related that some one having prophesied that it would turn turtle when it reached the water.
Oliver P. Morton and the Politics of the Civil War and Reconstruction. In this Book. Buy This Book in Print. summary. Remembered as the “Great War Governor” who led the state of Indiana during the Civil War, Oliver P. Morton has always been a controversial figure. His supporters praised him as a statesman who helped Abraham Lincoln save Author: A. James Fuller. Description. The Oliver P. Morton memorial is composed of three bronze statues and two bronze reliefs, one plaque on the front, and two plaques on the rear, also of pedestals on which the statues stand are made of Perry Morton stands positioned in the center, raised above the other two figures by a full figure's : Rudolph Schwarz.
Alexander Hamilton Papers Correspondence, speeches, writings, legal and financial records, printed matter, and other papers relating to Hamilton's personal life and public career, especially his service as an aide to George Washington during the Revolutionary. I mentioned Oliver P. Morton, the Governor of Indiana during the Civil War, in this post. The statue in front of the Indiana state house has a plaque which says he shall “ever to be known in history as The Great War Governor.” When the Union veterans who built the state house and put up the statue were alive, I am sure they believed the.
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Oliver P. Morton (): French, William M.: Books. Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov. Oliver P. Morton Item Preview remove-circle Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov. Oliver P. Morton by French, William M. Publication date Topics Morton, Oliver P. (Oliver Pages: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov.
Oliver P. Morton. Cincinnati: Moore. Get this from a library. Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov. Oliver P. Morton. [William M French]. Internet Archive BookReader Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov. Oliver P. Morton. Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov.
Oliver P. Morton Life, speeches, state papers and public services of Gov. Oliver P. Morton by French, William M. Publication date Topics Morton, Oliver P. (Oliver Perry),Indiana -- History Civil War, Pages: relating to Oliver P.
Morton from – Items from Morton’s terms as governor () include letters that deal with his attempts to obtain artillery to protect the Indiana towns along the Ohio River and several recommendations for positions and promotions.
There also. Oliver P. Morton, of Indiana: a sketch of his life and public services by Morton, Oliver P. (Oliver Perry), State Central Committee. Publication date Topics Morton, Oliver P. (Oliver Perry),United States. Congress. Senate, Legislators -- United StatesPages: OLIVER P.
MORTON was the first Indiana-born man to hold the office of governor. Born in Salisbury, Wayne County, Indiana, Morton worked as a hatter's apprentice for four years before he attended Miami University in Ohio and studied law both in Centerville, Indiana, and in law school at Cincinnati. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: William M.
French. Life of Oliver P. Morton: Including His Important Speeches, Volume 1 [William Dudley Foulke] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.
High Quality FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: Foulke, William Dudley:Life Of Oliver P. Morton, Including His Important Speeches:Originally published by Indianapolis-Kansas City, The Bowen-Merrill company in Vol. 1 Book will be printed in black and white, with grayscale images. Book will be 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall and soft cover : William Dudley Foulke.
Speech of Gov. Oliver P. Morton at the Union State Convention Held at Indianapolis, Ind., Febru [Morton, Oliver PerryRepublican Party Indiana State Convent] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Speech of Gov. Oliver P. Morton at the Union State Convention Held at Indianapolis, Ind., Febru Speech of Gov. Oliver P. Morton at the Union state convention held at Indianapolis, Ind., Febru [Republican party. Indiana. State convent] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesFormat: Paperback. Oliver P. Morton () Best known as War Governor of Indiana during the Civil War, he was also the first Indiana-born man to become governor.
His full name was Oliver Hazard Perry Throck Morton, and he was born in Salisbury, orphaned at an early age, and raised by his grandparents and aunts. Oliver Hazard Perry Throck Morton (August 4, – November 1, ), commonly known as Oliver P.
Morton, was a U.S. Republican Party politician from served as the 14th Governor (the first native-born) of Indiana during the American Civil War, and was a stalwart ally of President Abraham the war, Morton thwarted and neutralized the Democratic-controlled Indiana Governor: Henry S.
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Oliver Hazard Perry Throck Morton (4 August – 1 November ) was an American politician from the U.S. state of Indiana and a member of the U.S. Republican Party. He served as the 14th Governor of Indiana. Memorial addresses on the life and character of Oliver P. Morton (a senator from Indiana,) delivered in the Senate and House of representatives, January 17 Publication Details Availability.
Oliver P. Morton and the Politics of the Civil War and Reconstruction is the "first full biography of Morton to be published in over a century."In it, Fuller "offers a groundbreaking new interpretation of Indiana’s most significant political leader in the nineteenth rning traditional views, Fuller argues that Morton’s nationalist ideology motivated him throughout his career.Indiana Historical Society Indianapolis, IN Papers: 99 letters, letterbooks (), biography, speeches, and photographs.
Finding aid. Additional Papers: Correspondence, papers, and references in Noble Chase Butler papers, ; Calvin Fletcher papers, ; Benjamin Harrison papers, ; William Robeson Holloway papers, ; Henry Smith Lane papers.Oliver Hazard Perry Throck Morton () Morton was born in Salisbury, Indiana, on August 4, After the death of his mother, his father sent him to live with 2 staunch Presbyterian aunts, who imbued in him a degree of inflexibility that marked his long career in politics.