More about the historical characters mentioned in the movie “Lincoln” by Steven Spielberg (Part 8) “Some Democrats that voted for amendment”

I have written a lot about Abraham Lincoln in the past as you can tell from the “related posts” noted below. Most of my posts were concerning the movie “The Conspirator” which is one of my favorite movies.  I enjoyed reading about all the historical people involved with Lincoln. Boston Corbett is the man who shot Booth. Louis Weichmann was originally a suspect but he later became one of the chief witnesses for the prosecution.  John Wilkes Booth was the first man to kill an American President. Louis Powell attempted to kill Secretary of State Seward.  Mary Surratt was in the center of the conspiracy we are told, but is that true? (I believe the evidence shows that it was true that she was guilty of that.)

Here are some of the other Democrats that voted for the passage of the thirteenth amendment.

ODELL, Moses Fowler (1818-1866), Representative from New York; born in Tarrytown, Westchester County; appointed entry clerk in New York customhouse in 1845 and became public appraiser; elected as Democrat to Congress (1861-1865); appointed Navy agent at city of New York (1865-death).

GANSON, John (1818-1874), Representative from New York; born in Le Roy, Genesee County; graduated from Harvard University in 1839; in 1846 commenced law practice in Canandaigua, Ontario County; moved to Buffalo; member of State senate in 1862, 1863; elected as Democrat to Thirty-eighth Congress (1863-1865); resumed practice of law at Buffalo; railroad director; delegate to  Democratic National Convention in 1864.

STEELE, John Benedict (1814-1866), Representative from New York; born in Delhiz; in 1839 commenced law practice in Cooperstown; district attorney of Otsego County 1841-1847; moved to Kingston in 1847; elected special judge of Ulster County in 1850; elected as Democrat to Congress (1861-1865); lost re-nomination; was again a candidate for the nomination in 1866, but died on the eve of the primary; was accidentally killed in Rondout, near Kingston, N.Y., September 24, 1866.

[RADFORD, William (1814-1870), Representative from New York; born in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County; moved to New York City in 1829 and engaged in mercantile pursuits; elected as Democrat to Congress (1863-1867); lost reelection; resumed his mercantile business.]

NELSON, Homer Augustus (1829-1891), Representative from New York; born in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County; commenced law practice in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; judge of Dutchess County 1855-1862; colonel of One Hundred and Fifty-ninth Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry, during Civil War; resigned in 1863; elected as Democrat to Congress (1863-1865); lost reelection; delegate to State constitutional convention in 1867; secretary of state of New York 1867-1870; member of State senate in 1882, 1883; appointed member of commission to report a revision of judiciary article of State constitution in 1890.

HERRICK, Anson (1812-1868), Representative from New York; born in Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine; learned the art of printing; established Citizen at Wiscasset, Maine, 1833; moved to New York City in 1836; established New York Atlas, 1838, which he continued until death; member of board of aldermen 1854-1856; naval storekeeper for port of New York 1857-1861; elected as Democrat to Congress (1863-1865); lost reelection in 1864 resumed journalistic pursuits; delegate to Union National Convention at Philadelphia in 1866.

GRISWOLD, John Augustus (1822-1872), Representative from New York; born in Nassau, Rensselaer County; engaged in mercantile pursuits and in steel manufacture; mayor of Troy in 1855; engaged in banking and served as president of  Troy & Lansingburgh Railroad Co., Troy & Cohoes Railroad Co., and New Orleans, Mobile & Texas Railroad Co.; lost election in 1860 to Congress; elected as Democrat to Congress (1863-1865); reelected as Republican (1865-1869); unsuccessful Republican candidate for Governor of New York; elected regent of University of  State of New York 1869.

McALLISTER, Archibald (1813-1883), Representative from Pennsylvania; born at Fort Hunter, near Rockville, Dauphin County; moved to Blair County, Pa., in 1842 and engaged in manufacturing charcoal iron at Springfield Furnace; elected as Democrat to Congress (1863-1865); not renomination; resumed the manufacture of iron.

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  • HIP OP  On November 27, 2012 at 11:02 pm

    Putting this latest, 6th –7th? Lincoln
    —this latest ‘on board’ PC moral alibis from Spielberg – –

    Surely, in 2012, the ONLY relevant, urgently relevant,
    aspect of Lincoln yet to be examined —–or even mentioned
    by Hollywood and media —was his quite possibly –FATAL–
    diss of the Global USURY banking syndicate. —-CHECK IT OUT!

    – – -and ——BE AWARE!

    Spielberg’s Hollywood is —–‘mysteriously overlooking’—–
    the awesomely relevant, RED China, Globalism, mind control,
    EUGENICS and GENOCIDE —‘unfriendly’

    ———————–60th Anniversary————————

    of the

    ————————KOREAN WAR————————-

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