5 edition of The life and public services of Millard Fillmore found in the catalog.
The life and public services of Millard Fillmore
W. L. Barre
Reprint of the 1856 ed.
|Statement||by W. L. Barre.|
|Series||Burt Franklin research & source works series, 802. American classics in history and social science, 203|
|LC Classifications||E427 .B27 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||408|
|LC Control Number||70170962|
In the thirteenth in a series on American presidents, the life and career of Millard Fillmore were discussed. Mr. Scarry and Ms. Francis talked about Fillmore’s personality and career, while Ms. Works by Millard Fillmore ed. by Frank H. Severance, The Millard Fillmore Papers, 2 vols., Buffalo Historical Soc., ; Vol. I Vol. II Biographies W. L. Barre, Life and Public Services of Millard Fillmore, ; reprint, The Life and Public Services of Millard Fillmore.
This text is an account of Millard Fillmore's life drawn largely from the Fillmore's personal papers, many of which have previously been supressed, unavailable, or believed lost. The book covers Fillmore's life from his ancestry to his presidency and death/5. President Millard Fillmore and his family were particularly musical. Mrs. Fillmore, the former Abigail Powers, made certain the White House had not only a music room, but also three pianos. For relaxation Mrs. Fillmore enjoyed playing duets with her talented daughter, Mary Abigail, a fine amateur musician, proficient on the piano, harp and guitar.
Millard Fillmore gets the historical literature he deserves. Paul Finkelman wrote the entry in the American Presidents Series, but it’s lazy, including long recitations of standard antebellum political history that don’t address Fillmore’s role and some infelicitous repetitions that . Millard Fillmore (–) was parochial, bigoted and more of an “accidental” leader than one to stand up for his convictions. Fillmore came of age during the great national debate over Manifest Destiny. Although he hailed from the abolitionist North and was a Whig, his actions bore out sympathy to the Southern cause.
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Note: Buffalo, N.Y.: Wanzer, McKim and Co. Link: multiple formats at Millard Fillmore: Biography of a President is Robert Raybacks biography of the thirteenth U.S. president. At the time of the books publication Rayback was a professor of history at Syracuse University. Time and history have not conspired to generate an abundance of biographies of Millard Fillmore/5.
"Millard Fillmore" by Paul Finkelman was published in and is part of The American Presidents series. Finkelman is a professor of law at Albany Law School, a legal historian and prolific author.
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; rpt. New York: B. Franklin, LC Call Number: EB27 [Catalog Record] Note: This work has been made available online on the Internet Archive Web site. Finkelman, Paul. Millard Fillmore. New York: Times Books, Early life and career. Millard Fillmore was born on January 7,in a log cabin, on a farm in what is now Moravia, Cayuga County, in the Finger Lakes region of New parents were Phoebe (Millard) and Nathaniel Fillmore —he was the second of eight children and the oldest son.
Nathaniel Fillmore was the son of Nathaniel Fillmore Sr. (–), a native of Franklin, Preceded by: Zachary Taylor.
Born of humble origins in New York State, Millard Fillmore () became a lawyer and won election to the U.S.
House of Representatives for the first time in. Life and public services of Major-Gen. Zachary Taylor also, the life and services of the Hon. Millard Fillmore (Hartford, Belknap & Hamersley, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The people's life of General Zachary Taylor: the hero of Palo Alto, Monterey, and Buena Vista with numerous illustrative anecdotes.
Also, a biography of Millard Fillmore. Millard Fillmore: Life in Brief By Michael Holt Born into desperate poverty at the dawn of the nineteenth century, Millard Fillmore climbed to the highest office in the land—and inherited a nation breaking into fragments over the question of slavery.
Millard Fillmore was born on January 7,in Summerhill, New York, to Nathaniel Fillmore and Phoebe Millard. He was the second of nine children in a family of modest means. He received little formal education as a young boy and was apprenticed to a cloth maker at the age of The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Millard Fillmore: The Life and Death of the 13th President of the United States, A Millard Fillmore Biography by Charles Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your : Charles Dudash. Millard Fillmore, 13th president of the United States (–53), whose insistence on federal enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Act of alienated the North and led to the destruction of the Whig Party.
Elected vice president inhe acceded to the presidency on the death of Zachary Taylor (July ). Millard Fillmore did not smoke, drink, or gamble in an era when almost every American man partook in at least one of these vices. With the recent death of President Taylor and a wife who was often unwell, social occasions at the Fillmore White House were few and far between.
The life and public services of Millard Fillmore by: Barre, W. Published: () The lady and the president: the letters of Dorothea Dix & Millard Fillmore / by: Dix, Dorothea Lynde, Published: () Biography of Millard Fillmore by: Chamberlain, Ivory.
Liberto 1 Paul Finkelman’s Millard Fillmore is an engaging work about one of America’s least- remembered Presidents. Short and to the point, the book’s appeal appears to be targeted towards casual readers of history interested in a brief File Size: 17KB.
Millard Fillmore (January 7, – March 8, ) was the 13th President of the United States (–53), the last to be a member of the Whig Party while in the White House. A.The Life and Public Services of Millard Fillmore.
Buffalo: W anzer, McKim and Co., Grayson, Benson Lee. The Unknown President: The Administration of President Millard Fillmore. Washington: University Press of America, Griffs, William E. Millard Fillmore, Constructive Statesman, Defender of the Constitution, President of the United.
FILLMORE, Millard, a Representative from New York, Vice President and 13th President of the United States; born in Locke Township (now Summerhill), Cayuga County, N.Y., January 7, ; reared on a farm; largely self-taught; apprenticed to a clothier; taught school in Buffalo while studying law; admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in East .