Albert J. Beveridge
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Who is Albert J. Beveridge?
Albert J. Beveridge: Albert Jeremiah Beveridge was an American historian and United States Senator from Indiana. He was an intellectual leader of the Progressive Era, and a biographer of justice John Marshall and President Abraham Lincoln.
- also known as Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Albert Beveridge
- born on (153 years ago) in Highland County
- nationality: United States of America
- education: DePauw University
- profession: Historian, politician, orator, author, writer
- Marriage with Catherine Eddy Beveridge
- died on (88 years ago) in Indianapolis
- written works: "Work and habits", "The Philippine situation", "Americans of to-day and to-morrow", "The state of the nation", "The art of public speaking", "Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1858", "The meaning of the times", "Speech of United States Senator A.J. Beveridge,", "Abe Lincoln in Indiana", "What is back of the war", "The Life of John Marshall", "The Young Man And the World", "The Bible As Good Reading", "The Russian Advance", "The chronicle of Catherine Eddy Beveridge"
- film produced: Senseless
- award: - Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography - "The Life of John Marshall"
"Albert J. Beveridge" is a book by John Braeman.
- also known as "Albert J. Beveridge; American nationalist"
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by Leonard C. Schlup, James Gilbert Ryan
Further Reading: John Braeman, Albert J. Beveridge: American Nationalist, 1971; Albert J. Beveridge Papers, Manuscripts Division, Library of Congress. Leonard Schlup BIG BUSINESS. Giant enterprise put the gilding on the Gilded 39.
Imperialism and Expansionism in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection [4 volumes] (2015)
A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Chris J. Magoc, C. David Bernstein Ph.D.
Albert J. Beveridge was a gifted orator, an ardent imperialist, a U.S. senator, a Progressive reformer, career politician, writer, and historian. Born on October 6, 1862, in Highland County, Ohio ...
by Lawrence M. Salinger
Senator Albert J. Beveridge pronounced it “the most pronounced extension of federal power in every direction ever ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
Orchestra and Theodore Thomas AUTHOR Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards and Maude Howe Elliott; assisted by Florence Howe Hall Bruce Henry Adams Albert J. Beveridge Edward Bok Hamlin Garland Burton J. Hendrick Michael Idvorsky ...
Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents for Pleading and Practice, at Common Law, in Equity, and Under the Various Codes and Practice Acts (1900)
by William Henry Michael, William Mack, Howard Pervear Nash, Thomas Edward O'Brien, James Cockcroft
Niblack, Albert J. Beveridge, Attorneys for Petitioners. George J. Langsdale, one of the above named petitioners, being 784 Volume tt. 13440. MANDAMUS.
An Encyclopedia by James Ciment
Senator Albert J. Beveridge of Indiana makes the first, but unsuccessful, attempt to introduce federal legislation against child labor in the United States. The fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, which kills many adult and child workers, draws ...
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