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Amos Kendall
(1789–1869)
Journalist, politician, U. S. Postmaster General
Amos Kendall

WorksEdit

  • Mr. Kendall's address to the people of the United States [political campaign pamphlet] (1840) (Commons file)
  • Morse's patent. Full exposure of Dr. Chas. T. Jackson's pretensions to the invention of the American electro-magnetic telegraph (1852) (external scan)
  • Address of Amos Kendall, to the Committee on Indian Affairs of the House of Representatives, in relation to the claim of Amos and John E. Kendall (1854) (external scan)
  • Letters exposing the mismanagement of public affairs by Abraham Lincoln, and the political combinations to secure his re-election [political campaign pamphlet] (1864) (external scan)
  • Letters on our country's crisis [political campaign pamphlet] (1864) (external scan)
  • Inauguration of the College for the Deaf & Dumb, at Washington, District of Columbia, June 28th, 1864 (1864) (external scan)
  • Autobiography of Amos Kendall (1872), edited by William Stickney (Kendall's son-in-law) (external scan)


 

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