Who was the Vice-President of the United States in 1868?
Andrew Johnson (born December 29, 1808 in Raleigh, North Carolina; died July 31, 1875 in Elizabethton, Tennessee) succeeded Hannibal Hamlin as the sixteenth Vice-President of the United States, serving between April 15, 1865 and March 4, 1869, including the whole of 1868.
David L. Spotts has written: 'Campaigning with Custer, 1868-69' 'Campaigning with Custer and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-69' -- subject(s): Indians of North America, Personal narratives, United States, United States. Army. Kansas Cavalry Regiment, 19th (1868-1869), Wars, Washita Campaign, 1868-1869
S. J. Crawford has written: 'Kansas in the sixties' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Kansas cavalry. 2d reg., 1862-1865, Kansas cavalry. 19th regt., 1868-1869, Indians of North America, United States. Army. 83d infantry. (Colored), Wars, United States, Kansas infantry, Washita Campaign, 1868-1869, Kansas cavalry, Kansas infantry. 2d regt., 1861, History, United States. Army. Kansas Cavalry Regiment, 19th (1868-1869), United States. Army Kansas Infantry Regiment, 2nd (1861), United States. Army Kansas Cavalry Regim
In the Red Cloud's War, the United States was defeated by an alliance of the Lakota, Cheyenne, and Arapaho nations; and ended with he Treaty of Fort Laramie in 1868. The Treaty was frequently violated by the United States; resulting in the Black Hills war of 1876-1878; and another defeat for the United States at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
James Buchanan was the President of the United States in 1858. James Buchanan (born April 23, 1791 in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania; died June 1, 1868 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania) succeeded Franklin Pearce as the fifteenth President of the United States, serving from 1857 March 4 to 1861 March 4, including the whole of the year 1858.
Florida became the 27th state of the United States on 3 March 1845. Also, Florida was the 3rd state to secede from the United States on 10 January 1861, and it became one of the six original states of the Confederate States of America on 8 February 1861. After the end of the U.S. Civil War, Florida was the 3rd Confederate state readmitted to the United States on 25 June 1868.
George A. Forsyth has written: 'Thrilling Days In Army Life' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Apache Indians, Appomattox Campaign, 1865, Beecher Island, Battle of, Colo., 1868, Cedar Creek, Battle of, Va., 1864, History, Indians of North America, Personal narratives, United States, United States Civil War, 1861-1865, United States. Army. 5th Cavalry, United States. Army. 5th Cavalry, United States. Army. Cavalry, 5th, Wars
Rutherford B Hayes, the United States' 19th president served only one term as President of the United States. He served from March 4th, 1877 - 1881. He had announced before his election that he was only to run for one term. He also served as the Governor of Ohio twice, from one from 1868 - 1872 and again from 1868 until his presidency in 1877. After Hayes' presidency, he died in his home state of…
This depends on the country/organization you are asking about. Please re-ask your question or see related questions. United States: James Buchanan was the President of the United States in 1859. James Buchanan (born April 23, 1791 in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania; died June 1, 1868 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania) was the fifteenth President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1857 and March 4, 1861.
William Seward, then Secretary of States of the United States, negotiated the price and and signed the treaty, on March 30, 1867. He is often credited as the "purchaser," but other parties were involved. The Senate approved the treaty on April 9, 1867. (On June 20, 1867, the Russians also ratified the treaty.) In July, 1868, the House of Representatives finally agreed to pay the money. The Secretary of the Treasury actually signed the check…
1868 Presidential Election The two candidates for the Presidential election of 1868 were; Horatio Seymour - Francis Blair (Democratic) Ulysses S. Grant - Schuyler Colfax (Republican). Ulysses S. Grant won the election to become the 18th President of the United States. President Grant was reelected in 1872 and was in office from March 4, 1869 to March 4, 1877.