Advice After Appomattox: Letters to Andrew Johnson, 1865-1866, Volume 1

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Brooks D. Simpson, LeRoy P. Graf, John Muldowny
Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1987 - History - 259 pages

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Contents

The Quest for Influence
3
A Trusted Tennessean
39
Rebuffed Radical
61
Reassurance and Support
151
The Correspondent as Confidant
175
Warlord Turned Peacemaker
199
Epilogue
216
Observations of Two Other Generals George
229
Johnsons Message to Congress December
241
Index
251
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