Woodrow Wilson Says “General Prosperity Lies Always in the Direction of High Wages and Low Prices”

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In a Letter to Edward Livingston From New York on His Great Tour in June 1825, Lafayette Makes Arrangements for His Reception Following the Laying of the Bunker Hill Monument Cornerstone

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Lieut. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant’s Original Battle and Casualty Report for Action Around Petersburg, Addressed to Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton

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NATO Head Dwight D. Eisenhower Announces That He is Going to Turkey for the Official Reception of Turkey into NATO

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President Millard Fillmore Appoints the U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain to Settle Claims the Two Nations Had Against Each Other

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President Chester A. Arthur Orders a Pardon

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James A. Garfield Writes His Best Friend, Telling Him That He Has Been “closely engaged in the political campaign”

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President Andrew Johnson Declares Thanksgiving in 1868

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President Chester A. Arthur Sends Condolences to Grand Duke Frederick of Baden on the Death of His Relative, Margrave Maximilian

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in Accordance with Article II of the U.S. Constitution, Formally Seeks the “Advice and Consent” of the Senate to an International Treaty

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