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The Resource "If elected ..." Unsuccessful candidates for the Presidency, 1796-1968, [by] Lillian B. Miller, historian [and others]

"If elected ..." Unsuccessful candidates for the Presidency, 1796-1968, [by] Lillian B. Miller, historian [and others]

Label
"If elected ..." Unsuccessful candidates for the Presidency, 1796-1968
Title
"If elected ..." Unsuccessful candidates for the Presidency, 1796-1968
Statement of responsibility
[by] Lillian B. Miller, historian [and others]
Title variation
Unsuccessful candidates for the presidency, 1796-1968
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
collective biography
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
E176
LC item number
.N3
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Miller, Lillian B
  • National Portrait Gallery (Smithsonian Institution)
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  • Presidential candidates
  • Presidents
  • United States
Label
"If elected ..." Unsuccessful candidates for the Presidency, 1796-1968, [by] Lillian B. Miller, historian [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 480-492
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • From the Constitution to the emergence of parties, 1787-1796: Thomas Jefferson (1796) -- Thomas Pinckney (1796) -- 1800: "Revolution in principles": John Adams (1800) -- Aaron Burr (1800) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1804) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1808) -- George Clinton (1808) -- DeWitt Clinton (1812) -- Rufus King (1816) -- 1820: Era of good feelings and the end of an age -- 1824: "Corrupt bargain": William Harris Crawford (1824) -- Henry Clay (1824) -- Andrew Jackson (1824) -- John Quincy Adams (1828) -- Henry Clay (1832) -- William Wirt (1832) -- Daniel Webster (1836) -- William Henry Harrison (1836) -- Hugh Lawson White (1836) -- 1840: Log cabin and hard cider democracy: Martin Van Buren (1840) -- Henry Clay (1844) -- James Gillespie Birney (1844) -- Lewis Cass (1848) -- Martin Van Buren (1848) -- Gerrit Smith (1848) -- Winfield Scott (1852) -- John Parker Hale (1852) -- John C. Frémont (1856) -- Millard Fillmore (1856) -- 1860: "House Divided": Stephen A. Douglas (1860) -- John Cabell Breckinridge (1860) -- John Bell (1860) -- George B. McClellan (1864) -- Horatio Seymour (1868) -- Horace Greeley (1872) -- Victoria Claflin Woodhull (1872) -- Charles O'Conor (1872) -- James Black (1872) -- 1876: Bargains and compromise: Samuel J. Tilden (1876) -- Peter Cooper (1876) -- Winfield Scott Hancock (1880) -- James B. Weaver (1880) -- Neal Dow (1880) -- James G. Blaine (1884) -- Benjamin F. Butler (1884) -- John P. St. John (1884) -- Belva Ann Lockwood (1884) -- Grover Cleveland (1888) -- Benjamin Harrison (1892) -- James B. Weaver (1892) -- 1896: Silver and a full dinner pail: William Jennings Bryan (1896) -- John McAuley Palmer (1896) -- William Jennings Bryan (1900) -- Alton B. Parker (1904) -- Thomas E. Watson (1904) -- William Jennings Bryan (1908) -- 1912: Progressives all: William Howard Taft (1912) -- Theodore Roosevelt (1912) -- Eugene V. Debs (1912) -- Charles Evans Hughes (1916) -- James Middleton Cox (1920) -- Eugene V. Debs (1920) -- John W. Davis (1924) -- Robert M. LaFollette (1924) -- Alfred E. Smith (1928) -- Norman Thomas (1928) -- 1932: Democracy confronts depression -- Herbert Hoover (1932) -- James R. Cox (1932) -- Jacob S. Coxey (1932) -- Alfred M. Landon (1936) -- Earl Browder (1936) -- William Lemke (1936) -- Wendell Wilkie (1940) -- Thomas E. Dewey (1944) -- Gerald L. K. Smith (1944) -- 1948: Pollsters confounded: Thomas E. Dewey (1948) -- Henry A. Wallace (1948) -- Strom Thurmond (1948) -- 1952: Time for a change: Adlai Stevenson (1952) -- Eric Hass (1952) -- Adlai Stevenson (1956) -- Richard M. Nixon (1960) -- Barry M. Goldwater (1964) -- Hubert H. Humphrey (1968) -- George Wallace (1968) -- Eldridge Cleaver (1968)
  • From the Constitution to the emergence of parties, 1787-1796: Thomas Jefferson (1796) -- Thomas Pinckney (1796) -- 1800: "Revolution in principles": John Adams (1800) -- Aaron Burr (1800) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1804) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1808) -- George Clinton (1808) -- DeWitt Clinton (1812) -- Rufus King (1816) -- 1820: Era of good feelings and the end of an age -- 1824: "Corrupt bargain": William Harris Crawford (1824) -- Henry Clay (1824) -- Andrew Jackson (1824) -- John Quincy Adams (1828) -- Henry Clay (1832) -- William Wirt (1832) -- Daniel Webster (1836) -- William Henry Harrison (1836) -- Hugh Lawson White (1836) -- 1840: Log cabin and hard cider democracy: Martin Van Buren (1840) -- Henry Clay (1844) -- James Gillespie Birney (1844) -- Lewis Cass (1848) -- Martin Van Buren (1848) -- Gerrit Smith (1848) -- Winfield Scott (1852) -- John Parker Hale (1852) -- John C. Fremont (1856) -- Millard Fillmore (1856) -- 1860: "House Divided": Stephen A. Douglas (1860) -- John Cabell Breckinridge (1860) -- John Bell (1860) -- George B. McClellan (1864) -- Horatio Seymour (1868) -- Horace Greeley (1872) -- Victoria Claflin Woodhull (1872) -- Charles O'Conor (1872) -- James Black (1872) -- 1876: Bargains and compromise: Samuel J. Tilden (1876) -- Peter Cooper (1876) -- Winfield Scott Hancock (1880) -- James B. Weaver (1880) Neal Dow (1880) -- James G. Blaine (1884) -- Benjamin F. Butler (1884) -- John P. St. John (1884) -- Belva Ann Lockwood (1884) -- Grover Cleveland (1888) -- Benjamin Harrison (1892) James B. Weaver (1892) -- !896: Silver and a full dinner pail: William Jennings Bryan (1896) -- John McAuley Palmer (1896) -- William Jennings Bryan (1900) -- Alton B. Parker (1904) -- Thomas E. Watson (1904) -- William Jennings Bryan (1908) -- 1912: Progressives all: William Howard Taft (1912) -- Theodore Roosevelt (1912) -- Eugene V. Debs (1912) -- Charles Evans Hughes (1916) -- James Middleton Cox (1920) -- Eugene V. Debs (1920) -- John W. Davis (1924) -- Robert M. LaFollette (1924) -- Alfred E. Smith (1928) -- Norman Thomas (1928) -- 1932: Democracy confronts depression -- Herbert Hoover (1932) -- James R. Cox (1932) -- Jacob S. Coxey (1932) -- Alfred M. Landon (1932) -- Earl Browder (1932) -- William Lemke (1936) -- Wendell Wilkie (1940) -- Thomas E. Dewey (1944) -- Gerald L. K. Smith(1944) -- 1948: Pollsters confounded: Thomas E. Dewey (1948) -- Henry A. Wallace (1948) -- Strom Thurmond (1948) -- 1952: Time for a change: Adlai Stevenson (1952) -- Eric Hass (1952) -- Adlai Stevenson (1956) -- Richard M. Nixon (1960) -- Barry M. Goldwater (1964) -- Hubert H. Humphrey (1968) -- George Wallace (1968) -- Eldridge Cleaver (1968)
Control code
278385
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
512 pages
Lccn
72001304
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)481586
Label
"If elected ..." Unsuccessful candidates for the Presidency, 1796-1968, [by] Lillian B. Miller, historian [and others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 480-492
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • From the Constitution to the emergence of parties, 1787-1796: Thomas Jefferson (1796) -- Thomas Pinckney (1796) -- 1800: "Revolution in principles": John Adams (1800) -- Aaron Burr (1800) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1804) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1808) -- George Clinton (1808) -- DeWitt Clinton (1812) -- Rufus King (1816) -- 1820: Era of good feelings and the end of an age -- 1824: "Corrupt bargain": William Harris Crawford (1824) -- Henry Clay (1824) -- Andrew Jackson (1824) -- John Quincy Adams (1828) -- Henry Clay (1832) -- William Wirt (1832) -- Daniel Webster (1836) -- William Henry Harrison (1836) -- Hugh Lawson White (1836) -- 1840: Log cabin and hard cider democracy: Martin Van Buren (1840) -- Henry Clay (1844) -- James Gillespie Birney (1844) -- Lewis Cass (1848) -- Martin Van Buren (1848) -- Gerrit Smith (1848) -- Winfield Scott (1852) -- John Parker Hale (1852) -- John C. Frémont (1856) -- Millard Fillmore (1856) -- 1860: "House Divided": Stephen A. Douglas (1860) -- John Cabell Breckinridge (1860) -- John Bell (1860) -- George B. McClellan (1864) -- Horatio Seymour (1868) -- Horace Greeley (1872) -- Victoria Claflin Woodhull (1872) -- Charles O'Conor (1872) -- James Black (1872) -- 1876: Bargains and compromise: Samuel J. Tilden (1876) -- Peter Cooper (1876) -- Winfield Scott Hancock (1880) -- James B. Weaver (1880) -- Neal Dow (1880) -- James G. Blaine (1884) -- Benjamin F. Butler (1884) -- John P. St. John (1884) -- Belva Ann Lockwood (1884) -- Grover Cleveland (1888) -- Benjamin Harrison (1892) -- James B. Weaver (1892) -- 1896: Silver and a full dinner pail: William Jennings Bryan (1896) -- John McAuley Palmer (1896) -- William Jennings Bryan (1900) -- Alton B. Parker (1904) -- Thomas E. Watson (1904) -- William Jennings Bryan (1908) -- 1912: Progressives all: William Howard Taft (1912) -- Theodore Roosevelt (1912) -- Eugene V. Debs (1912) -- Charles Evans Hughes (1916) -- James Middleton Cox (1920) -- Eugene V. Debs (1920) -- John W. Davis (1924) -- Robert M. LaFollette (1924) -- Alfred E. Smith (1928) -- Norman Thomas (1928) -- 1932: Democracy confronts depression -- Herbert Hoover (1932) -- James R. Cox (1932) -- Jacob S. Coxey (1932) -- Alfred M. Landon (1936) -- Earl Browder (1936) -- William Lemke (1936) -- Wendell Wilkie (1940) -- Thomas E. Dewey (1944) -- Gerald L. K. Smith (1944) -- 1948: Pollsters confounded: Thomas E. Dewey (1948) -- Henry A. Wallace (1948) -- Strom Thurmond (1948) -- 1952: Time for a change: Adlai Stevenson (1952) -- Eric Hass (1952) -- Adlai Stevenson (1956) -- Richard M. Nixon (1960) -- Barry M. Goldwater (1964) -- Hubert H. Humphrey (1968) -- George Wallace (1968) -- Eldridge Cleaver (1968)
  • From the Constitution to the emergence of parties, 1787-1796: Thomas Jefferson (1796) -- Thomas Pinckney (1796) -- 1800: "Revolution in principles": John Adams (1800) -- Aaron Burr (1800) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1804) -- Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1808) -- George Clinton (1808) -- DeWitt Clinton (1812) -- Rufus King (1816) -- 1820: Era of good feelings and the end of an age -- 1824: "Corrupt bargain": William Harris Crawford (1824) -- Henry Clay (1824) -- Andrew Jackson (1824) -- John Quincy Adams (1828) -- Henry Clay (1832) -- William Wirt (1832) -- Daniel Webster (1836) -- William Henry Harrison (1836) -- Hugh Lawson White (1836) -- 1840: Log cabin and hard cider democracy: Martin Van Buren (1840) -- Henry Clay (1844) -- James Gillespie Birney (1844) -- Lewis Cass (1848) -- Martin Van Buren (1848) -- Gerrit Smith (1848) -- Winfield Scott (1852) -- John Parker Hale (1852) -- John C. Fremont (1856) -- Millard Fillmore (1856) -- 1860: "House Divided": Stephen A. Douglas (1860) -- John Cabell Breckinridge (1860) -- John Bell (1860) -- George B. McClellan (1864) -- Horatio Seymour (1868) -- Horace Greeley (1872) -- Victoria Claflin Woodhull (1872) -- Charles O'Conor (1872) -- James Black (1872) -- 1876: Bargains and compromise: Samuel J. Tilden (1876) -- Peter Cooper (1876) -- Winfield Scott Hancock (1880) -- James B. Weaver (1880) Neal Dow (1880) -- James G. Blaine (1884) -- Benjamin F. Butler (1884) -- John P. St. John (1884) -- Belva Ann Lockwood (1884) -- Grover Cleveland (1888) -- Benjamin Harrison (1892) James B. Weaver (1892) -- !896: Silver and a full dinner pail: William Jennings Bryan (1896) -- John McAuley Palmer (1896) -- William Jennings Bryan (1900) -- Alton B. Parker (1904) -- Thomas E. Watson (1904) -- William Jennings Bryan (1908) -- 1912: Progressives all: William Howard Taft (1912) -- Theodore Roosevelt (1912) -- Eugene V. Debs (1912) -- Charles Evans Hughes (1916) -- James Middleton Cox (1920) -- Eugene V. Debs (1920) -- John W. Davis (1924) -- Robert M. LaFollette (1924) -- Alfred E. Smith (1928) -- Norman Thomas (1928) -- 1932: Democracy confronts depression -- Herbert Hoover (1932) -- James R. Cox (1932) -- Jacob S. Coxey (1932) -- Alfred M. Landon (1932) -- Earl Browder (1932) -- William Lemke (1936) -- Wendell Wilkie (1940) -- Thomas E. Dewey (1944) -- Gerald L. K. Smith(1944) -- 1948: Pollsters confounded: Thomas E. Dewey (1948) -- Henry A. Wallace (1948) -- Strom Thurmond (1948) -- 1952: Time for a change: Adlai Stevenson (1952) -- Eric Hass (1952) -- Adlai Stevenson (1956) -- Richard M. Nixon (1960) -- Barry M. Goldwater (1964) -- Hubert H. Humphrey (1968) -- George Wallace (1968) -- Eldridge Cleaver (1968)
Control code
278385
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
512 pages
Lccn
72001304
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)481586

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