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Florida Election, 1876

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections

Florida Election, 1876

hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections, Forty-Fourth Congress, second session, on Dec. 15, 18-21, 23, 25, 27-30, 1876, Jan. 2, 3, 5, 6, 8-11, 21, 1877

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1876,
  • Elections -- Florida

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesS.rp.611
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1044 p.
    Number of Pages1044
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15952503M

    It was the Democrats' interest to disenfranchise blacks, who were voting Republican. Counting every vote has been a standby line for Democrats for years, but few folks believe it anymore. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, This thesis was most notably advanced by C. In Florida, the Republicans claimed to have won by votes out of about 47, cast.

    The parallels to the Election of are haunting - the Democratic candidate won the popular vote, the Florida electoral vote count was in question, a justice was pivotal in the final decision. Bradley of New Jersey emerged as the swing vote in the decision to name the next president of the United States. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, and the Stolen Election of in your hand like having the world in your arm, data in it is not ridiculous 1. The Republicans campaigned as the party of Lincoln, defenders of Reconstruction and the legacy of the Civil War. Which sets would be counted: those submitted by the Republicans or those by the Democrats?

    Even before Brenda Snipes ran elections in Broward County, Florida had real issues with counting votes. We should never again allow our president to be chosen in the strictly partisan manner in which they were in the Elections of and As a result, Florida, Louisiana and South Carolina were deemed too close to call, and with those states still in question, Tilden remained one electoral vote short of the required by the Constitution to win election. Rutherford B. The 12th Amendment, mandating separate electoral votes for President and Vice President, was supposed to resolve all disputes about the voting procedure once and for all. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, and the Stolen Election of instantly.


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Reconstruction - the process of ensuring that the newly freed slaves retained their civil and political rights - needed Federal muscle behind it. By telling us how things have been, history also tickles the imagination and bends the future by telling us how they might be again, based on experience.

Burgess wrote, "The Teuton dominates the world by his superior political genius. Slavery "was designed to regulate the relationships of black and white rather than of master and slave. Enterprise was the county seat until the yellow fever epidemic ofwhich, in part, caused the county seat to be moved to DeLand.

Hayes faced Democrat Samuel J. Just as inboth the Republican and Democratic candidates initially thought that the Democratic candidate had won. To prevent a repeition ofCongress passed the Electoral Count Act inmaking the state executive, instead of Congress, the body that certifies the electors.

Teutonism was common in German universities, and the culture, and helped lead to W. Klan terrorists marauded in the Upstate. When you read this book you will enter the new way of measuring that you ever know just before. That's what happened. By, blacks had joined this militia.

Cronin, a Tilden supporter. Meanwhile, at the national level, a presidential commission awarded 22 disputed electoral votes to Hayes. But contested returns in Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina ultimately led to Hayes's being declared the winner by a specially created, Republican-dominated Electoral Commission after four tense months of political intrigue and threats of violence.

Operators had it all settled, and went to call on Tilden, who "flew into a rage and announced that he would never support Mr. Instead, Davis recused himself and was replaced by Justice Joseph Bradley. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, and the Stolen Election of giving you thrill feeling of reading.

To write this I used these sources: Ianthe Bond Hebel. There were ballot counting irregularities in Florida and Louisiana as well. Federal troops left other states, too. In the end, however, he voted with the Republicans. White frustration and anger can only be imagined. Fraud of the Century presents compelling evidence that fraud by Republican vote-counters in the three southern states, and especially in Louisiana, robbed Tilden of the presidency.

Additional readings:. Vann Woodward in his book, Reunion and Reaction. To resolve the dispute, Congress, in Januaryestablished an electoral commission made up of five U. It doesn't mean that this book is hard to be aware of but Fraud of the Century: Rutherford B.Jan 21,  · The results of the U.S.

presidential election of were a mess. A Democratic candidate had emerged with the lead in the popular vote, but 19 electoral votes from four states were in atlasbowling.com: Sarah Pruitt. Description [ Presidential Election] and [Reconstruction].

Florida Election Archive comprising nine letters, six telegrams, and one report spanning the months October through December, Similar to the events in South Carolina, the months leading up to the election were marked by threats of violence to anyone thought to be voting the Republican ticket.

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1876 United States presidential election in Florida

This is a forum for invitation-only literature groups who meet in Ormond Beach, Florida. Some of the topics we have discussed include literary 1876 book, sonnets, the Shakespeare authorship question, Frost's first two books, analysis of Bible narratives and poetry, Chinese-American short stories, Thoreau's Walden and essays, Fitzgerald's first novel and s short stories.

After the election offederal troops were removed from the South. read social studies book Asked in Elections and Voting the two sets of election returns submitted by florida, south. The Disputed Election of The election of between Rutherford B.

Hayes and Democrat Samuel Tilden of New York was one of the most hostile, controversial campaigns in American history. Tilden won the popular vote and led in the electoral college, but 19 votes from three Republican-controlled states (Louisiana, Florida, and South.

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