President of the United States and the war and victory Senate.

Donnelly"s "Who"s who."
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United States. Congress. Senate -- Biogr
Other titlesWho"s who of the United States Senate.
StatementCopyright by Maj. Edward L. Donnelly.
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The euphoria of Union victory came to a sudden halt on the night of Apwhen President Lincoln was shot while attending a play at Ford’s Theatre. As the president lay dying in a house across the street from the theater, Senator Charles Sumner appeared at his bedside.

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