|James G. Blaine|
Politician (31-Jan-1830 27-Jan-1893)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
James G. Blaine. Twenty Years of Congress: From Lincoln to Garfield with a Review of the Events Which Led to the Political Revolution of 1860. Norwich, CT: Henry Hill Publishing Co.. 1884-86. (2 vols.) 645pp. + 724pp.
Edward P. Crapol. James G. Blaine: Architect of Empire. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. 1999. 128pp.
Theron Clark Crawford. Life and Distinguished Services James G. Blaine: A Study of His Life and Career from the Standpoint of a Personal Witness of the Principal Events in His History. Cleveland, OH: Edgewood Publishing Company. 1893.
Mary Abigail Dodge (as Gail Hamilton). Biography of James G. Blaine. Norwich, CT: Henry Bill Publishing Company. 1895. 722pp. By Blaine's wife's cousin, written under penname.
David Healy. James G. Blaine and Latin America. University of Missouri Press. 2002. 296pp.
Walter R. Houghton. Early Life and Public Carrer of Hon. James G. Blaine, Patriot, Statesman and Historian. Mansfield, OH: The Home Publishing Co.. 1894. 576pp.
Willis Fletcher Johnson. Life of James G. Blaine, "The Plumed Knight": Editor, Representative, Speaker, Senator, Cabinet Minister, Diplomat and True Patriot. Atlantic Publishing Company. 1893. 578pp.
David Saville Muzzey. James G. Blaine: A Political Idol of Other Days. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co.. 1934. 514pp.
Henry Davenport Northrop. Life and Public Services of James G. Blaine: "The Plumed Knight". Chicago, IL: National Publishing Company. 1893. 604pp.
Edward Stanwood. James Gillespie Blaine. Boston, MA: Houton Mifflin. 1905. 377pp.
Norman E. Tutorow. James Gillespie Blaine and the Presidency: A Documentary Study and Source Book. Pieterlen, Switzerland: Peter Lang. 1989.
Alice Felt Tyler. The Foreign Policy of James G. Blaine. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 1927. 411pp.
Albert T. Volwiler (editor). The Correspondence Between Benjamin Harrison and James G. Blaine, 1882-1893. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society. 1940. 314pp.
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