New York, NY

New York City, 1850s, detail
NEW YORK, city, the great commercial metropolis of the United States, and in population, commerce, and wealth, one of the first cities of the globe, is situated in latitude 40 42’ 40” north, and in longitude 74 1’ 6” west from Greenwich, and 3 0’ 22” east from Washington, 216 miles southwest of Boston and 86 miles northeast of Philadelphia. (Fanning's, 1853)

Record Data

Place Unit Type
  City or Town
Containing Unit

Note Cards

Events

People

Birthplace of
 

Aspinwall, Lloyd

Lloyd Aspinwall, detail
Full name
  Lloyd Aspinwall

Bell, Philip Alexander

Philip Alexander Bell, detail
Full name
  Philip Alexander Bell

Benjamin Treadwell Onderdonk

Benjamin Treadwell Onderdonk, detail
Full name
  Benjamin Treadwell Onderdonk

Bethune, George Washington

George Washington Bethune, engraving, detail
Full name
  George Washington Bethune

Boyd, Samuel Jr.

Dickinson College Alumnus - No photograph currently available
Full name
  Samuel Boyd Jr.

Brewerton, Henry

Full name
  Henry Brewerton

Chanler, John Winthrop

John Winthrop Chanler, detail
Full name
  John Winthrop Chanler

Colfax, Schuyler

Schulyer Colfax, detail
Full name
  Schuyler Colfax

Conkling, James Cook

Full name
  James Cook Conkling

Cooper, Peter

Peter Cooper, detail
Full name
  Peter Cooper

Day, William Howard

William Howard Day, detail
Full name
  William Howard Day

Devin, Thomas Casimer

Thomas Casimer Devin, detail
Full name
  Thomas Casimer Devin

Ellis, Augustus van Horne

Augustus van Horne Ellis, detail
Full name
  Augustus van Horne Ellis

Fish, Hamilton

Hamilton Fish, detail
Full name
  Hamilton Fish

Gardner, Franklin

Franklin Gardner, detail
Full name
  Franklin Gardner

Gillespie, Joseph

Joseph Gillespie, detail
Full name
  Joseph Gillespie

Graham, Charles Kinnaird

Charles Kinnaird Graham, detail
Full name
  Charles Kinnaird Graham

Gunther, Charles Godfrey

Charles Godfrey Gunther, detail
Full name
  Charles Godfrey Gunther

Hackett, James Henry

James Henry Hackett, detail
Full name
  James Henry Hackett

Hamilton, Schuyler

Schuyler Hamilton, detail
Full name
  Schuyler Hamilton

Higginson, Henry Lee

Henry Lee Higginson, 1863, detail
Full name
  Henry Lee Higginson

Howe, Julia Ward

Julia Ward Howe, photograph, circa 1861, detail
Full name
  Julia Ward Howe

Jay, John

John Jay, engraving, detail
Full name
  John Jay II

Kearny, Philip, Jr.

Philip Kearny, Jr., engraving, detail
Full name
  Philip Kearny Jr.

King, Rufus, Jr.

Rufus King, Junior, detail
Full name
  Rufus King Jr.

Merritt, Wesley

Wesley Merritt, detail
Full name
  Wesley Merritt

Patton, William Weston

William Weston Patton, circa 1880, detail
Full name
  William Weston Patton

Reason, Charles Lewis

Charles Lewis Reason, engraving, detail
Full name
  Charles Lewis Reason

Rice, Thomas Dartmouth

Thomas Dartmouth Rice, detail
Full name
  Thomas Dartmouth Rice

Roome, Charles

Charles Roome, engraving, detail
Full name
  Charles Roome

Sickles, Daniel Edgar

Daniel Sickles, detail
Full name
  Daniel Edgar Sickles

Slidell, John

John Slidell, detail
Full name
  John Slidell

Smith, James McCune

James McCune Smith, detail
Full name
  James McCune Smith

Spencer, Cornelia Phillips

Cornelia Phillips Spencer, detail
Full name
  Cornelia Phillips Spencer

Stanberry, Henry

Henry Stanberry, detail
Full name
  Henry Stanberry

Suydam, Charles Crooke

Charles Crooke Suydam, detail
Full name
  Charles Crooke Suydam

Tweed, William Magear

William Magear Tweed, detail
Full name
  William Magear Tweed

Wainwright, Charles Shiels

Charles Shiels Wainwright, detail
Full name
  Charles Shiels Wainwright

Ward, John Henry Hobart

John Henry Hobart Ward, detail
Full name
  John Henry Hobart Ward

Wilkes, Charles

Charles Wilkes, detail
Full name
  Charles Wilkes
1860 residence of
 

Belmont, August

August Belmont, detail
Full name
  August Belmont
Burial place of
 

Audubon, John James

John James Audubon, circa 1850, detail
Full name
  Jean Rabin Fougère

Benjamin Treadwell Onderdonk

Benjamin Treadwell Onderdonk, detail
Full name
  Benjamin Treadwell Onderdonk

Ellis, Augustus van Horne

Augustus van Horne Ellis, detail
Full name
  Augustus van Horne Ellis

Grant, Julia Dent

Julia Dent Grant, detail
Full name
  Julia Dent Grant

Grant, Ulysses Simpson

Ulysses Simpson Grant, detail
Full name
  Ulysses Simpson Grant

Herron, Francis Jay

Francis Jay Herron, detail
Full name
  Francis Jay Herron

Hughes, John Joseph

John Joseph Hughes, detail
Full name
  John Joseph Hughes

McCloskey, John

John McCloskey, detail
Full name
  John McCloskey

Wingate, George Wood

George Wood Wingate, detail
Full name
  George Wood Wingate

Documents

Subject
 
Date Title
06/13/1840 John James Audubon to Spencer Fullerton Baird, June 13, 1840
09/30/1850 Boston (MA) Herald, “First Arrest under the New Fugitive Slave Bill,” September 30, 1850
10/28/1852 New York Times, "Runaway Slave Found," October 28, 1852
04/03/1853 Philadelphia Vigilance Committee Journal, April 3, 1853
10/04/1853 John Henry Hill to William Still, October 4, 1853
01/19/1854 John Henry Hill to William Still, January 19, 1854
04/29/1854 Richmond (VA) Dispatch, "Underground Operations," April 29, 1854
06/27/1854 Jacob Bigelow (William Penn) to William Still, June 27, 1854
04/20/1855 Louisville (KY) Journal, “Untitled,” April 20, 1855
11/10/1855 Jacob Bigelow (William Penn) to William Still, November 10, 1855
12/26/1855 N. R. Johnston to William Still, December 26, 1855
01/24/1856 Hezekiah Hill to William Still, January 24, 1856
07/26/1856 New York Herald, "Breakdown on the Underground Railroad," July 26, 1856
09/18/1856 Henry James Morris to William Still, September 18, 1856
12/18/1856 N. R. Johnston to William Still, December 18, 1856
12/23/1856 John Hall to William Still, December 23, 1856
01/01/1857 Washington (DC) National Era, "The Future Judged by the Past," January 1, 1857
01/16/1857 New York Times, “The Tariff Bill,” January 16, 1857
03/03/1857 New York Times, "The American Party," March 3, 1857
03/23/1857 New York Times, “Tendencies Towards Free-Trade,” March 23, 1857
03/31/1857 New York Times, “Man Overboard!,” March 31, 1857
04/11/1857 New York National Anti-Slavery Standard, "The Chief Justice Insane!," April 11, 1857
04/17/1857 New York Times, “Advertising Patronage and the ‘Irish’ Weekly Newspapers,” April 17, 1857
05/24/1857 J. W. C. Pennington to William Still, May 24, 1854
05/27/1857 Charleston (SC) Mercury, "Southern Rights," May 27, 1857
05/29/1857 New York Times, “Prize Essay on Slavery,” May 29, 1857
06/10/1857 New York Times, “Republican Planks,” June 10, 1857
06/26/1857 New York Times, “A Word for the School Children,” February 14, 1857
07/13/1857 E. L. Stevens to William Still, July 13, 1857
07/29/1857 New York Times, “A Fugitive Slave Excitement in Philadelphia,” July 29, 1857
09/11/1857 New York Times, “Another Failure,” September 11, 1857
09/14/1857 New York Times, “The Financial Panic,” September 14, 1857
09/19/1857 New York Times, “Mormonism in the East,” September 19, 1857
09/21/1857 New York Times, “Mormonism in the City Exploded,” September 21, 1857
10/02/1857 New York Times, “Amusements,” October 14, 1857
10/13/1857 New York Times, “The Hard Times in the City,” October 13, 1857
10/14/1857 New York Times, “The American Panic,” October 14, 1857
10/14/1857 New York Times, “The Crisis at Last,” October 14, 1857
10/16/1857 New York Times, “The Hard Times in the City,” October 16, 1857
10/20/1857 New York Times, “Suspension Terrors,” October 20, 1857
10/22/1857 Washington (DC) National Era, “Collapse of Abolitionists,” October 22, 1857
10/29/1857 James Gillespie Birney to Gerrit Smith, October 29, 1857
10/30/1857 New York Times, “The Ballot-Box and the Bayonet,” October 30, 1857
11/26/1857 Washington (DC) National Era, "Gen. Walker and the Administration," November 26, 1857
12/09/1857 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “The Runaway Slave in Brooklyn, N.Y.,” December 9, 1857
12/22/1857 New York Times, “A New York Slaver Arrived at Norfolk,” December 22, 1857
01/27/1858 New York Herald, "The Approaching Conclusion of the Kansas Comedy," January 27, 1858
02/26/1858 New York Herald, "Political Agitation in this Metropolis," Febraury 26, 1858
05/15/1858 Louisa F. Jones to William Still, May 15, 1858
06/01/1858 Richmond (VA) Dispatch, "The Underground Railroad," June 1, 1858
06/05/1858 New York Times, “The New Orleans Committee,” June 5, 1858
06/10/1858 New York Evangelist, "Embarkation of Missionaries," June 10, 1858
06/10/1858 New York Times, "Insecurity of Railroads," June 10, 1858
06/11/1858 New York Times, "The Blasting Disaster in Thirty-Seventh-Street," June 11, 1858
06/14/1858 New York Times, "The Farce of Jury Trials," June 14, 1858
06/16/1858 (Jackson) Mississippian State Gazette, "The Duty of Our Government," June 16, 1858
06/28/1858 New York Times, "The Heat," June 28, 1858
06/30/1858 New York Times, "Quarantine Affairs," June 30, 1858
07/02/1858 Charleston (SC) Mercury, "Hot Weather," July 2, 1858
07/24/1858 Lowell (MA) Citizen & News, "Woman's Rights," July 24, 1858
08/29/1858 St. Louis (MO) Republican, “Let the Jubilee be General,” August 29, 1858
09/08/1858 New York Times, “The Union Meeting at the Cooper Institute,” September 8, 1858
09/28/1858 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “The Western Trade,” September 28, 1858
09/30/1858 New York Times, “Delinquencies in the Custom House,” September 30, 1858
10/04/1858 New York Times, “Fusion in the City,” October 4, 1858
10/21/1858 New York Times, “New York in an Uproar,” October 21, 1858
10/26/1858 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Sanitary Condition of New York,” October 26, 1858
11/01/1858 New York Herald, "Election Eve," November 1, 1858
11/18/1858 New York Times, “The Police Arrests for the Year,” November 18, 1858
11/28/1858 New York Herald, “Mr. Douglas On His Travels,” November 28, 1858
12/06/1858 Anne Lynch Botta to Henry Whitney Bellows, December 6, 1858
12/07/1858 New York Times, “The President’s Weakness,” December 7, 1858
12/20/1858 New York Times, “Senator Douglas and the City Government,” December 20, 1858
12/31/1858 New York Times, “Sleeping Cars upon Railroads,” December 31, 1858
01/01/1859 New York Times, “Starvation in New York,” January 1, 1859
01/04/1859 New York Times, “Arrival of Senator Douglas in Philadelphia,” January 4, 1859
01/14/1859 New York Herald, “Increase Without Improvement,” January 14, 1859
01/20/1859 New York Times, “A Pitiful Nuisance,” January 20, 1859
01/21/1859 New York Times, “Another Suspected Slaver,” January 21, 1859
02/03/1859 New York Times, “An Armed Police,” February 3, 1859
02/05/1859 Samuel Gridley Howe to John Murray Forbes, February 5, 1859
02/21/1859 New York Times, "News By Telegraph," February 21, 1859
02/24/1859 New York Times, “The Mint,” February 24, 1859
03/03/1859 Lowell (MA) Citizen & News, “Mortality in New York,” March 7, 1859
03/29/1859 San Francisco (CA) Evening Bulletin, “What is an ‘Outlaw?’,” March 29, 1859
04/19/1859 New York Times, “Philadelphia Jealousy,” April 19, 1859
05/14/1859 New York Times, “Disturbing Public Meeting,” May 14, 1859
05/15/1859 New York Herald, “The Condition of the Streets,” May 15, 1859
06/01/1859 New York Times, “Misplaced Zeal,” June 1, 1859
06/19/1859 Memphis (TN) Appeal, “Sickles,” June 19, 1859
06/24/1859 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Ho! for Niagara,” June 24, 1859
06/29/1859 New York Times, “Albany and Richmond,” June 29, 1859
06/30/1859 New York Times, “Douglas and Van Buren,” June 30, 1859
07/21/1859 New York Herald, “The Game of Base Ball,” July 21, 1859
07/22/1859 San Francisco (CA) Evening Bulletin, “Stage-Coach Travel Forty Years Ago,” July 22, 1859
08/01/1859 New York Times, “The People in the Central Park,” August 1, 1859
08/10/1859 New York Times, “The Slave Trade,” August 10, 1859
08/11/1859 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “The Slave Trade at the North,” August 11, 1859
08/20/1859 New York Herald,“Attempt of a Slave to Escape,” August 20, 1859
09/12/1859 New York Times, “Breaking Up Rapidly,” September 12, 1859
09/26/1859 New York Times, “The Fourth Ward Reading-Room,” September 26, 1859
10/04/1859 Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “Another Filibuster Crusade,” October 4, 1859
10/10/1859 Lowell (MA) Citizen & News, “Senator Broderick Killed in a Duel,” October 10, 1859
11/06/1859 New York Herald, “Naval Officers and Their Uniform,” November 6, 1859
11/11/1859 Boston (MA) Liberator, "Bad News for the Abolitionists," November 11, 1859
11/27/1859 New York Herald, “A Suggestion to Governor Wise About Old Brown,” November 27, 1859
11/29/1859 New York Herald, “Kit Carson Not Dead,” November 29, 1859
12/01/1859 New York Times, “Sense from South America,” December 1, 1859
12/04/1859 New York Herald, “The South and Southern Safety,” December 4, 1859
12/05/1859 Abby Howland Woolsey to Eliza Newton Woolsey Howland, December 5, 1859
12/18/1859 New York Herald, “The New York Herald in the South,” December 18, 1859
12/20/1859 Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “Capture of a Slaver with 300 Negroes,” December 20, 1859
12/21/1859 New York Times, “Practical Secession,” December 21, 1859
12/22/1859 New York Times, "Southern Students in New York," December 22, 1859
12/23/1859 New York Times, "The Southern Medical Students," December 23, 1859
12/26/1859 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “The Medical Students,” December 26, 1859
12/27/1859 New York Herald, “Nomination of Gen. Scott by the New York Union Meeting,” December 27, 1859
01/01/1860 New York Herald, “Forrest Divorce Case,” January 1, 1860
01/05/1860 New York Herald, "The Underground Railroad and Its Victims," January 5, 1860
01/05/1860 New York Herald, “The Runaway Slaves,” January 5, 1860
01/06/1860 Greensboro (NC) Patriot, "Secession of the Medical Students," January 6, 1860
01/07/1860 Richmond (VA) Dispatch, “The Underground Railroad,” January 7, 1860
01/11/1860 Milwaukee (WI) Sentinel, “Another Grievance for Virginia,” January 11, 1860
01/17/1860 New York Times, "The Exodus of Southern Medical Students," January 17, 1860
01/22/1860 New York Herald, “The Brooklyn Police and Street Assaults,” January 22, 1860
01/30/1860 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “Harper’s Ferry Items,” January 30, 1860
02/08/1860 Boston (MA) Advertiser, “Tenement Houses,” February 8, 1860
02/11/1860 Atchison (KS) Freedom’s Champion, “Thaddeus Hyatt,” February 11, 1860
02/13/1860 New York Times, “The Post-Office and the Express,” February 13, 1860
02/20/1860 New York Times, “Salt in the Streets,” February 20, 1860
02/21/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Buckeyes Swindled,” February 21, 1860
02/25/1860 New York Herald, “The Senate and Messrs Hyatt and Howe,” February 25, 1860
03/04/1860 Abraham Lincoln to Mary Todd Lincoln, March 4, 1860
03/11/1860 New York Herald, “The Wild Sports of New York in Courts,” March 11, 1860
03/15/1860 Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, "Helperism," March 15, 1860
05/05/1860 (Omaha) Nebraskian, “Monument to John Brown,” May 5, 1860
05/06/1860 New York Herald, “Corruption in the United States Marshal’s Office,” May 6, 1860
05/12/1860 Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “A Fool-hardy and Fatal Balloon Ascension,” May 12, 1860
05/13/1860 New York Herald, “The Quarantine Question and the Approaching Summer,” May 13, 1860
05/14/1860 New York Herald, “Activity of the African Slave Trade,” May 14, 1860
05/17/1860 Milwaukee (WI) Sentinel, “The Slave Trade in New York,” May 17, 1860
05/18/1860 New York Times, “A Douglas Demonstration in New York,” May 18, 1860
05/20/1860 New York Herald, “Another Boiler Explosion,” May 20, 1860
05/21/1860 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, "The Black Republican Nominees," May 21, 1860
06/01/1860 Newark (OH) Advocate, “Abraham Lincoln,” June 1, 1860
06/18/1860 John L. Scripps to Abraham Lincoln, June 18, 1860
06/22/1860 New York Times, “The Scandal of ‘Tommy’,” June 22, 1860
06/25/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “The Douglas’ Saturday Night,” June 25, 1860
07/01/1860 New York Herald, “The California Mails,” July 1, 1860
07/03/1860 New York Herald, “The Recent Murders in the City,” July 3, 1860
07/09/1860 Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “A New Picture of Lincoln,” July 9, 1860
07/11/1860 John L. Scripps to Abraham Lincoln, July 11, 1860
07/17/1860 John L. Scripps to Abraham Lincoln, July 17, 1860
07/19/1860 New York Times, “Sanitary Condition of the City,” July 19, 1860
07/23/1860 New York Herald, “Slaves in New York,” July 23, 1860
07/25/1860 (Jackson) Mississippian, “Black Republicanism Defined,” July 25, 1860
08/07/1860 New York Herald, “The Journey of the Prince of Wales,” August 7, 1860
08/28/1860 New York Herald, “Our Weekly Bill of Mortality,” August 28, 1860
09/02/1860 New York Herald, “Pennsylvania Politicians and New York Money,” September 2, 1860
09/09/1860 New York Herald, “The Dreadful Steamboat Accident on Lake Michigan,” September 9, 1860
09/21/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Who Began It?,” September 21, 1860
09/30/1860 New York Herald, “Campaign Documents,” September 30, 1860
10/02/1860 New York Herald, “Brady's New National Photographic Gallery,” October 2, 1860
10/03/1860 New York Times, “The Wide-Awake Parade,” October 3, 1860
10/12/1860 Anonymous. “True Republicans” to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, October 12, 1860
10/21/1860 New York Herald, “American Sensations During 1860,” October 21, 1860
10/23/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “The Prince and the Boston Ladies,” October 23, 1860
10/25/1860 New York Herald, “The Demonstration on Tuesday Night,” October 25, 1860
11/04/1860 New York Herald, “The New York Herald and the Disunion Question,” November 4, 1860
11/06/1860 New York Herald, “Down With the Helper Treason,” November 6, 1860
11/14/1860 Raleigh (NC) Standard, "Untitled," November 14, 1860
11/15/1860 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, "The U. S. Arsenal," November 15, 1860
11/22/1860 August Belmont to Herschel Johnson, November 22, 1860
11/22/1860 Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, “Bad State of Affairs,” November 22, 1860
12/06/1860 August Belmont to William Sprague, December 6, 1860
12/10/1860 New York Herald, “Our Burdens for the Winter,” December 10, 1860
12/18/1860 Abraham Lincoln to Henry J. Raymond, December 18, 1860
12/21/1860 John Thompson to William Still, December 21, 1860
12/21/1860 Newark (OH) Advocate, "Suffering in New York," December 21, 1860
12/23/1860 New York Herald, "Mobs in Northern Cities," December 23, 1860
12/28/1860 Anna H. Richardson to William Still, December 28, 1860
12/31/1860 New York Times, “Flight of a Great Criminal,” December 31, 1860
01/03/1861 New York Times, “Honor to Major Anderson,” January 3, 1861
01/13/1861 New York Herald, “Helper’s Lecture to Come Off,” January 13, 1861
01/14/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “A Lecture Postponed,” January 14, 1861
01/16/1861 New York Times, “Aid For Disunion,” January 16, 1861
01/25/1861 New York Times, “Rumored Invasion of the South,” January 25, 1861
02/16/1861 C. A. to William Still, February 16, 1861
02/25/1861 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Mayor Wood Lectures Lincoln,” February 25, 1861
02/26/1861 New York Herald, “Old Abe Hung in Effigy in the Metropolis,” February 26, 1861
03/05/1861 New York Times, “Reception of the Inaugural,” March 5, 1861
03/10/1861 New York Herald, “Causes of Excessive Mortality in New York and Brooklyn,” March 10, 1861
03/17/1861 New York Herald, “The New York Vessels Seized by the State of Georgia,” March 17, 1861
03/23/1861 New York Times, “A Not Very Civil War,” March 23, 1861
03/25/1861 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Spirit of Washington Letters,” March 25, 1861
03/27/1861 San Francisco (CA) Evening Bulletin, “Prospects of the Speedy Completion of the Pacific Telegraph,” March 27, 1861
04/03/1861 San Francisco (CA) Evening Bulletin, “A Story of ‘Prince Bob’,” April 3, 1861
04/11/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, "Alarming News," April 11, 1861
04/15/1861 Entry by George Templeton Strong, April 15, 1861
04/15/1861 Proclamation by Mayor Fernando Wood of New York City, April 15, 1861
04/16/1861 Entry by George Templeton Strong, April 16, 1861
04/16/1861 James Henderson to Abraham Lincoln, April 16, 1861
04/17/1861 Entry by George Templeton Strong, April 17, 1861
04/21/1861 John A. Andrew to George W. Brown, April 21, 1861
04/23/1861 David D. Field to Abraham Lincoln, April 23, 1861
04/24/1861 New York Times, “How to End the War,” April 24, 1861
04/27/186104/28/1861 C. P. Kirkland, Jr.’s Letter, April 27-28, 1861
04/27/1861 Entry by George Templeton Strong, April 27, 1861
04/28/1861 New York Herald, “Protection to Southern Property in New York,” April 28, 1861
05/01/1861 New York Times, “Arms for the Rebels,” May 1, 1861
05/06/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, "What We Have To Expect," May 6, 1861
05/07/1861 New York Herald, “English Opinions on American Affairs,” May 7, 1861
05/09/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “Unfounded Complaints,” May 9, 1861
05/11/1861 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “The Feat of the Zouaves,” May 11, 1861
05/14/1861 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Lying Dexterity,” May 14, 1861
05/16/1861 Chicago (IL) Tribune, “Help From England,” May 16, 1861
05/19/1861 New York Herald, “Letters for the Army,” May 19, 1861
05/22/1861 Savannah (GA) News, “Disinterested Black Republican Patriots,” May 22, 1861
06/05/1861 Raleigh (NC) Register, “Signs of Distress,” June 5, 1861
06/13/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “Revival of the Sedition Law,” June 13, 1861
06/20/1861 New York Times, “Famine Among the Confederates,” June 20, 1861
06/24/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “From the West,” June 24, 1861
07/16/1861 New York Tribune, “Our Soldiers’ Families,” July 16, 1861
07/23/1861 Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, July 23, 1861
07/30/1861 John C. Fremont to Abraham Lincoln, July 30, 1861
08/10/1861 John P. Crawford to Abraham Lincoln, August 10, 1861
08/20/1861 Chicago (IL) Tribune, “Secession Organs in the North,” August 20, 1861
08/22/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “A Dismal Foreboding,” August 22, 1861
10/10/1861 Boston (MA) Advertiser, “Naval Expeditions and the Press,” October 10, 1861
10/21/1861 New York Herald, “The Pacific Telegraph Line,” October 21, 1861
10/31/1861 Henry Bellows to William Seward, Report on Condition of Confederate prisoners in New York City, October 31, 1861
11/22/1861 Captain W.H. Nelson of the Harvey Birch, Sworn protest at the November 19, 1861 destruction of his ship, November 22, 1861
12/19/1861 Secretary William H. Seward to General Andrew Porter, Arrest Order for George Wallace Jones, December 19, 1861
12/29/1861 New York Herald, "Settlement of the Trent Difficulty," December 29, 1861
01/22/1862 Judge Samuel R. Betts, U.S. District Court, New York, Condemnation of Schooner Albion as Lawful Prize, January 22, 1862
02/08/1862 New York National Anti-Slavery Standard, "Mr. Conway’s Lecture," February 8, 1862
03/24/1862 Horace Greeley to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 24, 1862, New York City
08/22/1862 Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, Washington, DC, August 22, 1862
11/02/1862 Mary Todd Lincoln to Abraham Lincoln, November 2, 1862
11/28/1862 Boston (MA) Liberator, "The Two Capitals," November 28, 1862
12/31/1862 Thurlow Weed to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 4, 1865, Washington D.C.
06/26/1863 New York Times, “A Word to Pennsylvania,” June 26, 1863
07/15/1863 George D. Chenoweth to James W. Marshall, July 15, 1863
08/17/1863 Abraham Lincoln to James Henry Hackett, August 17, 1863
09/21/1863 Abraham Lincoln to Mary Todd Lincoln, September 21, 1863
11/02/1863 Abraham Lincoln to James Henry Hackett, November 2, 1863
06/16/1864 Abraham Lincoln, Speech at Great Central Sanitary Fair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 16, 1864
08/22/1864 Henry J. Raymond to Abraham Lincoln, August 22, 1864, New York City
03/15/1865 Abraham Lincoln to Thurlow Weed, March 15, 1865, Washington, D.C.