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Excerpt from Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of Andrew Johnson: A Senator From Tennessee, Delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives, January 12, 1876

President, upon me devolves the sad duty of form ally announcing to the Senate the death Of Hon. Andrew johnson, late a Senator from the State of Tennessee.

On the 31st day of July, 1875, near his mountain home in East Tennessee, surrounded by family and friends, he passed from earth to meet his reward. The event was a shock to the people of the State who had so recently hon ored him by an election through their representatives to a seat in this body; it was a shock to the nation, whose highest Offices he had filled.

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representative and senator from Tennessee and vice president and president of the United States, was born in Raleigh, North CarolinaAnother article, proposed by Massachusetts representative Benjamin Butler, charged Johnson with making speeches “with a loud voice, certain intemperate, inflammatory, and scandalous harangues” with the intent to disgrace CongressHe was never able to gain complete control of the state as insurgents, led by Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, raided cities and towns at willThe National Union Convention nominated Johnson to be Abraham Lincoln's vice presidential running mate in 1864The day's formal program began with the traditional swearing in of the vice president in the Senate ChamberThis musical chair debacle amounted to a presidential challenge to the constitutionality of the Tenure of Office ActBiography of Andrew Johnson For the remainder of his Senate term, Johnson kept an independent course, opposing abolition while making clear his devotion to the Union.The Lincoln AdministrationAfter Abraham Lincoln's election in 1860, Tennessee seceded from the UnionA tailor by trade, Johnson displayed a powerful speaking abilityAndrew Johnson, a U.S

Boutwell of Massachusetts James FSitter: Johnson, AndrewThe precipitant event that resulted in a third and successful impeachment action was the firing of Secretary of War Edwin MPresidentBirth DateDecember 29, 1808Death DateJuly 31, 1875Place of BirthRaleigh, North CarolinaPlace of DeathElizabethton, TennesseeStanton has been instructed to transfer to you all the records, books, papers and other public property now in his custody and chargePresident Lincoln sat in the center of the front rowFeb 21, 1868 President Johnson ordered Secretary of War Edwin M Contact Us Explore This Park Andrew Johnson Timeline 1808 Andrew Johnson is born in Raleigh, NC 1810 Eliza McCardle born 1812 Jacob Johnson, Andrew's father, dies 1818 Andrew Johnson is apprenticed to James Selby 1824 Andrew Johnson runs away from his apprenticeship and a reward notice is posted for his return; he travels extensively throughout the South 1826 Andrew Johnson arrives in Greeneville, TN with his mother and step-father 1827 Andrew Johnson marries Eliza McCardle 1828 Martha Johnson is born 1829 Andrew Johnson is elected alderman of Greeneville 1830 Charles Johnson is born 1830 Andrew Johnson purchases the Tailor Shop at public auction 1832 Mary Johnson is born 1834 Andrew Johnson is elected mayor of Greeneville 1834 Robert Johnson is born 1835 Andrew Johnson becomes a state representative 1837 Andrew Johnson is defeated for re-election 1839 Andrew Johnson becomes a state representative 1841 Andrew Johnson becomes a state senator 1842 Andrew Johnson purchases slaves Dolly and Sam 1843 Andrew Johnson is elected from the first congressional district as a United States Representative for the first of five terms 1845 Andrew Johnson is reelected to Congress 1846 Andrew Johnson introduces the Homestead Bill in the U.S

When the Senate opposed Johnson’s actions and reinstated Stanton in the fall, Grant resigned, fearing punitive action and possible consequences for his own presidential ambitionsARTICLE 7.That said Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, unmindful of the high duties of his office, and of his oath of office, on the 21st day of February, in the year of our Lord 1868, and on divers other days in said year, before the 28th day of said February, at Washington, in the District of Columbia, did unlawfully conspire with one Lorenzo Thomas to prevent and hinder the execution of an act of the United States, entitled “An act regulating the tenure of certain civil office,” passed March 2, 1867, and in pursuance of said conspiracy, did unlawfully attempt to prevent Edwin MhistoryARTICLE 3.That said Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, on the 21st day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, at Washington in the District of Columbia, did commit, and was guilty of a high misdemeanor in office, in this: That without authority of law, while the Senate of the United States was then and there in session, he did appoint one Lorenzo Thomas to be Secretary for the Department of War, ad interim, without the advice and consent of the Senate, and in violation of the Constitution of the United States, no vacancy having happened in said office of Secretary for the Department of War during the recess of the Senate, and no vacancy existing in said office at the time, and which said appointment so made by Andrew Johnson of said Lorenzo Thomas is in substance as follows, that is to say:? Executive Mansion, Washington, D.C., FebHer choice of the Ohio-born McCauslen was heededIn 1867, Congress established military Reconstruction in the former Confederate states to enforce political and social rights for Southern blacksImmediately, the House proceeded to establish an impeachment committee, appoint managers, and draft articles of impeachmentHis political career began when he was elected alderman of Greenville in 1829, and five years later he became the small town's mayorStanton from the office of Secretary of the Department of War, said Edwin M 48a4f088c3

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