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The United States presidential election of 1872 was the 22nd qu...

wikipedia - 10 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1872 was the 22nd quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 5, 1872. The incumbent President Ulysses S. Grant was easily elected to a second term in office, with Senator Henry Wilson of Massachusetts as his running mate. Grant's decisive re-election was achieved in the face of a split within the Republican Party that resulted in a third party of Liberal Republicans nominating Horace Greeley to oppose Grant. This action caused the Democrati
united states presidential election, 1872

75 Years Ago - Forest City woman training with US Army Air Force

Scranton Times-Tribune - 12 Sep 2018
He boasted that he had voted in every presidential election since 1872. His first vote was for Horace Greeley. Sale at Household Furnishing. Three-piece living room suite (a davenport, large lounge chair and large armchair) for $129.95, three-piece ...
united states presidential election, 1872

Political blue wave may be overtaken by black wave

Detroit Free Press - 16 Sep 2018
In one of the most historic election years in memory — besides the year a young U.S. senator from Chicago became the first African-American president and the year a pompous reality TV star and coddled businessman became the 45th — the American ...
united states presidential election, 1872

15 important jobs women have never held

Business Insider Nordic - 30 Aug 2018
Victoria Claflin Woodhull, a leader of the woman's suffrage movement, became the first female candidate for president of the United States in 1872. African-American abolitionist and writer Frederick Douglass was her running mate. Since then, several ...
united states presidential election, 1872

'The Western District' play reveals dirt on corrupt court in 1871

Times Record - 16 Sep 2018
The play by local historian Brandon Chase Goldsmith tells the true story behind the founding of the First National Bank of Fort Smith and the real reasons why President U.S. Grant sent Isaac C. Parker to Fort Smith to clean up what had become the most ...
united states presidential election, 1872

Breaking the gubernatorial glass ceiling

New Pittsburgh Courier - 16 Sep 2018
Before Wilder's election, we have to go all the way back to 1872, during Reconstruction—the period when the federal government enforced racial equality in the former Confederate states—to find another African American governor. P.B.S. Pinchback ...
united states presidential election, 1872

We Are Witnessing History

Black Press USA - 15 Sep 2018
He won election to the Louisiana State Senate in 1868 and became the president pro tempore of the state senate. In 1871, he became the acting Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana upon the death of Oscar Dunn. In the following year of 1872, Pinchback was ...
united states presidential election, 1872

Q&A with Charles Calhoun

C-SPAN - 27 Aug 2018
But they were spread out over two sections - the South of course was solid for the Democrats and they could in any given presidential election, they could count on a body of electoral votes pretty darn certainly, this was after 1876, certainly. 00:04 ...
united states presidential election, 1872

Rose Hill: Rest in peace

Herald-Mail Media - 26 Aug 2018
Handwritten inside the cover: “Election first Monday of May — 10 days notice. ...
united states presidential election, 1872

MORIAL: Breaking the Gubernatorial Glass Ceiling

The Washington Informer - 13 Sep 2018
Before Wilder's election, we have to go all the way back to 1872, during Reconstruction — the period when the federal government enforced racial equality in the former Confederate states — to find another African-American governor. P.B.S. Pinchback ...
united states presidential election, 1872

Author argues connection between Christian theology, white supremacy

National Catholic Reporter - 22 Aug 2018
Never for a moment did I buy the notion that with the election of Barack Obama as president, the United States had become a "post-racial" society. But even for a skeptic like me, the statistics from the 2016 presidential election were difficult to ...
united states presidential election, 1872

When Susan B. Anthony's 'Little Band of 9 Ladies' Voted Illegally

New York Times - 05 Nov 2017
On Nov. 5, 1872, nearly 50 years before the 19th Amendment granted women in the United States the right to vote, Susan B. Anthony and a small group of women cast their ballots for president in Rochester, N.Y., days after she had persuaded election ...
united states presidential election, 1872

Susan B. Anthony found guilty of voting, June 19, 1873

Politico - 19 Jun 2018
5, 1872, presidential election. She let it be known that she had voted the straight Republican ticket. The presiding trial judge, Ward Hunt, an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, fined Anthony $100. The prospect of a trial gave Anthony a ...
united states presidential election, 1872

UPI Almanac for Wednesday, June 27, 2018

UPI.com - 27 Jun 2018
They include Irish patriot Charles Stewart Parnell in 1846; anarchist Emma Goldman in 1869; poet Paul Laurence Dunbar in 1872; blind/deaf author Helen Keller in 1880; "Captain Kangaroo" Bob Keeshan in 1927; U.S. businessman/former presidential ...
united states presidential election, 1872

14 Famous People You Didn't Know Are Middle Children

Reader's Digest - 01 Aug 2018
In honor of August's National Middle Child Day, let us bust a pervasive myth for you: No, middle children aren't worse off than their older and younger siblings! In fact, middle kids have some pretty special talents. Just check out these crazy ...

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