Salmon Portland Chase (1808-1873)


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  2. Albert Bushnell Hart, 'Salmon P. Chase', (1980)ed Chelsea House Publishers, reprint of the 1899 ed published by Houghton, Mifflin and Boston. American Statesmen Series.
  3. The address and reply on the presentation of a testimonial to S. P. Chase, by the colored people of Cincinnati. Feb. 12, 1845. African-American Pamphlets from the Daniel A. P. Murray Collection 1880-1920. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress.
  4. See note 2
  5. See note 2
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  7. The Reader's Companion to American History, Edition 1991 COPYRIGHT 1991 Houghton Mifflin Co.
  8. See note 7
  9. Macartney, Clarence Edward Noble, Lincoln and His Cabinet', New York London C.Scribner, 1931.
  10. See note 9 (Lincoln added upon military necessity'.)
  11. See note 9
  12. Stowe, Harriet Beecher, Men of our Times or Leading Patriots of The Day', Hartford Publishing Company, Hartford, Conn 1868
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  16. See note 16
  17. See note 16
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  19. Congressional Quarterly's Guide to the U.S. SUPREME COURT 1979, Congressional Quarterly, Washington DC
  20. Benedict, Michael Les The Impeachment and Trial of Andrew Johnson' Copyright 1973 by Michael Les Benedict
  21. Niven, John, Salmon P. Chase, A Biography', Copyright 1995 Oxford University Press New York
  22. Legal tender cases. (Two US Supreme Court cases confirming that paper money issued by the federal government is constitutional) The Reader's Companion to American History, Edition 1991
  23. See note 20
  24. Umbreit, Kenneth Bernard. Our eleven chief justices; a history of the Supreme court in terms of their personalities' Chapter VI, Salmon Portland Chase', New York, Harper & bros., 1938.