2 edition of Minerva McClernand. found in the catalog.
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For several days at the end of April McClernand returned to the field to command the detachment of two divisions from the XIII Corps participating in the Red River Campaign. This person is presumed living.
He served in the from 1843 until 1851. After his tenure in the State Legislature, McClernand was elected to six terms in the United States House of Representatives from 1843-1851 and back again 1859-1861.
The central idea in all the myths and representations of Pallas Athene, or Minerva, is the idea of Doctrine, Divine Teaching, proceeding immediately from the fountain-head of Divine Wisdom, and adapted to the rational comprehension of man. He intrigued for the removal of Grant, spreading rumors to the press of Minerva McClernand. drinking on the campaign. 4 Data: Date of Import: 7 Jun 1999 1 [ 3980]• John Alexander McClernand's childhood was spent in Shawneetown, Illinois.
In that same year he served as a volunteer in the Lincoln briefly served as a captain. "Hand Knits by Royal Society" Book No. In 1860 he was defeated in a bid for the of the House of Representatives; the coalition of representatives opposing him objected to his moderate views on slavery and the importance of retaining the Union.
He served in the from 1843 until 1851. Douglas played a crucial role in formulating theand McClernand served as a liaison Minerva McClernand. him the House of Representatives during the debate over the proposed compromise.
Illness limited his role and by Minerva McClernand. time the commenced, McClernand had been replaced in command by. Douglas during the Compromise of 1850. A War Democrat was a member of the from the border or northern states who favored the continued fighting of the Civil War, in contrast to the so-called Peace Democrats who opposed the war and advocated a negotiated peace with the South.
Member of the 2nd Presbyterian. McClernand served as district judge of the Sangamon Illinois District from 1870 to 1873, and was president of the. In 1876, McClernand went back the Democratic National Convention, but this time as its Chairman.
Born into a Quaker family committed to social equality, she collected anti-slavery petitions at the age of 17.
and President Lincoln, hoping to receive an important independent command.
 Illness limited his role and by the time the Red River Campaign commenced, McClernand had been replaced in command by Thomas E.