Catalog Record: The life and public career of Gen. James A. Garfield | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The life and public career of Gen. James A. Garfield / by Gen. James S. Brisbin ... together with a full account of his election to the presidency, the first months of his administration, his conflict with the "stalwarts", attempted assassination ... etc. by William Ralston Balch.

Main Author: Brisbin, James S. 1837-1892.
Related Names: Brisbin, James S. 1837-1892., Balch, William Ralston b. 1852
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : Hubbard Bros., [c1880].
Subjects: Garfield, James A. > (James Abram), > 1831-1881.
Note: A reissue (with some alterations and additions) of an edition pub. by Hubbard Bros. in 1880 under title "From the tow-path to the White House. The early life and public career of James A. Garfield ..."
Physical Description: 681p. : illus., plates, ports. ; 20cm.
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