Charles Sumner Neer II 1917-2011
- Capitol Punishment. Baker, Kevin // American Heritage;Sep99, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p18
Presents an account of South Carolina Congressman Peter Brooks' beating of Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner in May 22, 1856. Events leading to the assault; Congress' reaction to the incident; Effect of the event on Sumner.
- A VOICE FROM THE WILDERNESS. Sumner, Charles // Our American Holidays: Lincoln's Birthday: A Comprehensive View ;1/ 1/1909, p6
An excerpt from the book "A Voice From the Wilderness," by Charles Sumner is presented.
- Impeachment of Johnson--Charles Sumner: For conviction. Sumner, Charles // Impeachment of Johnson--Charles Sumner: for Conviction;2009, p247
Presents the text of the Massachusetts senator's statement in the US Congress in 1868, in favor of impeaching President Andrew Johnson. Why the political offenses are impeachable ones; Allegation that Johnson violated the Tenure of Office Act; Unethical form of procedure in court hearing; Rules...
- Sumner's resolutions on the theory of secession. Sumner, Charles // Sumner's Resolutions on the Theory of Secession;2009, p322
Presents the text of the resolutions which the author, a Civil War-era United States senator from Massachusetts, offered during the second session of the thirty-seventh US Congress about the relations of the rebellious states to the federal government. Provisions in the resolution; Implication...
- The poet and the reformer: Longfellow, Sumner, and the bonds of male friendship, 1837-1874. Blue, Frederick J. // Journal of the Early Republic;Summer95, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p273
Analyzes the friendship between Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Charles Sumner that could provide additional insight into the growing body of knowledge about male bonding. Difference between Longfellow and Sumner; Prolonged separation; Correspondence between Longfellow and Sumner; Careers and...
- Charles Sumner of Massachusetts: On the Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Lawï¿½in The United States Senate, August 26, 1852. Johnston, Alexander; Woodburn, James Albert // American Eloquence, Volume 2 Studies in American Political Histo;3/1/2006, p77
This article discusses the speech by Charles Sumner (1811-1874) on the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Lawï¿½in The United States Senate, August 26, 1852.
- The Primitive Mind. Hackett, Francis // New Republic;4/24/15, Vol. 2 Issue 25, p306
Focuses on the theatrical production "The Natural Law," by Charles Sumner, presented at the Republic Theater in New York. Plot; Synopsis of the play; Description of the play's illustration of the allegiance of savage people to ceremonial form.
- On the Crime Against Kansas, May 19-20, 1856. Sumner, Charles // American Eloquence, Volume 3 Studies in American Political Histo;3/1/2006, p28
Presents Charles Sumner's speech to the United States Senate, Mary 19-20, 1864 on the crime against Kansas.
- 'The Free Sons of the North' versus 'The Myrmidons of Border-Ruffianism' Oertel, Kristen Tegtmeier // Kansas History;Autumn2002, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p174
Provides information on a speech given by Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner in May 1856 in which he admonished South Carolinians for their behavior in territorial Kansas. Models of manliness in the nineteenth century that can be applied to Northern Carolina men in Kansas; Poem written by...