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Browse Call Numbers: E

E 415.6-440.5 - Middle 19th century, 1845/1848-1861

Call Number Subject
E 415.6.A-Z Collected works of American statesmen, A-Z
For works of statesmen of the early 19th century see E337.8.A+
- E 415.6.C48 - Chase, Salmon P.
- E 415.6.E472 - Emerson, Ralph Waldo
- E 415.6.J64-.J66 - Johnson, Andrew
- E 415.6.P54 - Pierce, Franklin
- E 415.6.P55-.P579 - Phillips, Wendell
- E 415.6.T57-.T59 - Tilden, Samuel Jones
E 415.7 General works
From the outbreak of the Mexican War through the period of reconstruction
after the Civil war, 1845-1877
Including political aspects of the slavery question, extension of slavery to the
territories, squatter sovereignty
For the wars with the Pacific coast Indians, 1847-1865 see E83.84
See also F1783 Cuban question, 1810-1899
See also JK2341 American Party (Know-Nothing Party)
E 415.8-415.9 Biography
For military leaders of the Mexican War see E403+
For military leaders of the Civil War see E467+
- E 415.8 - Collective
- E 415.9.A-Z - Individual, A-Z
- - E 415.9.B19 - - Barnard, Daniel Dewey
- - E 415.9.B4 - - Bell, John
- - E 415.9.B45 - - Belmont, August
- - E 415.9.B63 - - Blair, Francis Preston
- - E 415.9.B84 - - Broderick, David C.
- - E 415.9.B9 - - Brownlow, William G.
- - E 415.9.C18 - - Cameron, Simon
- - E 415.9.C4 - - Chase, Salmon Portland
- - E 415.9.C55 - - Clay, Cassius Marcellus
- - E 415.9.C66 - - Cole, Cornelius
- - E 415.9.C98 - - Cushing, Caleb
- - E 415.9.D15 - - Dana, Richard Henry
- - E 415.9.D73 - - Douglas, Stephen Arnold
For Lincoln-Douglas debates see E457.4
- - E 415.9.E59 - - English, William H.
- - E 415.9.E95 - - Ewing, Thomas, Jr.
- - E 415.9.F4 - - Fessenden, William Pitt
- - E 415.9.F79 - - Frémont, Jesssie Benton
- - E 415.9.F8 - - Frémont, John Charles
- - E 415.9.G4 - - Giddings, Joshua Reed
- - E 415.9.G7 - - Graham, William Alexander
- - E 415.9.G8 - - Greeley, Horace Alexander
For presidential campaign of 1872 see E675
- - E 415.9.G89 - - Grow, Glausha Aaron
- - E 415.9.G93 - - Gwin, William McKendree
- - E 415.9.H15 - - Hale, John Parker
- - E 415.9.H2 - - Hamlin, Hannibal
- - E 415.9.H65 - - Hilliard, Henry Washington
- - E 415.9.H73 - - Hood, James Madison
- - E 415.9.J37 - - Jaquess, James F.
- - E 415.9.J56 - - Johnson, Reverdy
- - E 415.9.K27 - - Keitt, Laurence Massillon
- - E 415.9.K35 - - Kennedy, John Pendleton
- - E 415.9.L2 - - Lane, Joseph
- - E 415.9.L7 - - Lieber, Francis
- - E 415.9.L89 - - Lovejoy, Owen
- - E 415.9.M185 - - Marsh, George Perkins
- - E 415.9.M2 - - Mason, James Murray
- - E 415.9.P4 - - Pendleton, George Hunt
- - E 415.9.R43 - - Redpath, James
- - E 415.9.R76 - - Rollins, James Sidney
- - E 415.9.S16 - - Sanford, Henry S.
- - E 415.9.S4 - - Seward, William Henry
- - E 415.9.S5 - - Seymour, Horatio
- - E 415.9.S53 - - Sickles, Daniel Edgar
- - E 415.9.S76 - - Sprague, Kate Chase
- - E 415.9.S79 - - Stearns, George Luther
- - E 415.9.S84 - - Stevens, Thaddeus
- - E 415.9.S86 - - Strong, George Templeton
- - E 415.9.S89 - - Sully, Alfred
- - E 415.9.S9 - - Sumner, Charles
For works on Brooks' assault see E434.8
- - E 415.9.T6 - - Toombs, Robert Augustus
- - E 415.9.T84 - - Trist, Nicholas
- - E 415.9.T86 - - Trumbell, Lyman
- - E 415.9.V2 - - Vallandigham, Clement Laird
- - E 415.9.W16 - - Wade, Benjamin Franklin
- - E 415.9.W2 - - Walker, Robert James
- - E 415.9.W37 - - Webb, James Watson
- - E 415.9.W39 - - Weed, Thurlow
- - E 415.9.W395 - - White, Horace
- - E 415.9.W6 - - Wilson, Henry
- - E 415.9.W8 - - Wise, Henry Alexander
- - E 415.9.Y2 - - Yancey, William Lowndes

E 416-420 - Polk's administration, 1845-1849

Including government of the newly acquired Spanish possessions in the Southwest; slavery in the territories; slavery question in politics; Wilmot Proviso, 1846
For Annexation of Texas, 1845 see F390
For Oregon question & Northwestern boundary to 1846 see F880

Call Number Subject
E 416 General works
E 417-417.1 Biography of James K. Polk, 1795-1849
- E 417.1 - Polk, Sarah (Childress)
E 420 Presidential campaign of 1848

E 421-423 - Taylor's administration, 1849-Jul 9, 1850

For organization of New Mexico see F801
For organization of Utah territory see F826
For admission of California see F864

Call Number Subject
E 421 General works
E 422 Biography of Zachary Taylor, 1784-1850
For his campaign, 1846-1847 see E405.1
E 423 Slavery question, 1849-1853
Including Clay's Omnibus Bill (Compromise of 1850); Southern Convention, Nashville, 1850
For fugitive slaves & the new law of 1850 see E450

E 426-430 - Fillmore's administration, Jul 9, 1850-1853

Call Number Subject
E 426 General works
E 427 Biography of Millard Fillmore, 1800-1874
E 429 Diplomatic history, 1849-1853. Foreign relations
Including intervention; political refugees from abroad
For Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, 1850 see F1438
For the Cuban question see F1783
E 430 Presidential campaign of 1852

E 431-435 - Pierce's administration, 1853-1857

For the wars with Pacific coast Indians see E83.84
For the Third Seminole War, 1855-1858 see E83.855
For the Gadsden Purchase see F786
For the Filibuster War in Nicaragua, 1855-1857 see F1526
For the Bombardment of Greytown, Nicaragua, 1854 see F1536.S2
For the Cuban question see F1783
For the American Party (Know-Nothing Party) see JK2341

Call Number Subject
E 431 General works
Including diplomatic history
E 432-432.2 Biography of Franklin Pierce, 1804-1869
For his collected works see E415.6.A+
For speeches & messages as President see J82.B6+
E 433 Slavery question, 1853-1857
Including repeal of the Missouri Compromise, 1854; Kansas-Nebraska Bill, May 1854
For squatter sovereignty see E415.7
For moral & economic aspects of the slavery question see E449+
For Kansas troubles see F685
E 434.8 Brooks' assault on Senator Sumner, 1856
E 435 Presidential campaign of 1856

E 436-440.5 - Buchanan's administration, 1857-1861

For Spirit Lake Massacre, 1857 see E83.857
For Mormon Rebellion, 1857-1859 see F826
​For Walker's Filibuster wars, 1855-1860 see F1526
​For Cuban question see F1783

Call Number Subject
E 436 General works
E 437-437.1 Biography of James Buchanan, 1791-1868
E 438 Slavery question, 1857-1861
Including attempt to revive slave trade, 1858, Lincoln's Cooper Insititute address
For Squatter sovereignty see E415.7
For Dred Scott decision, 1857 see E450
For Harpers Ferry raid, 1859 see E451
For Lincoln-Douglas debates, 1858 see E457.4
For Kansas & the Lecompton Constitution see F685
E 440 Presidential campaign of 1860
E 440.5 State of the country, November 1860-March 4, 1861
Including attempts at compromise (Crittenden Compromise, December 18, 1860;
Crittenden Resolution, July 22, 1861, etc.); Peace Conference at Washington
(Border Slave State Convention), 1861; secession of certain states
See also E458.1 Political history, March 4-December 31, 1861
See also E471.1 Opening events of the Civil War