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Parties.
Issue.
Could all the states choose electors ?
Candidates.
The result.

XXVII. Grant's administration. a. Grant's character and public services. b. Foreign affairs. For teachers, Blaine's 'Twenty Years of Cong. II. chap. XX. Johnston's U.S.

855. Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 249-50.

1. The Treaty of Washington, in regard to

a. The Alabama claims. Johnston's U. S. 854, 856. Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. 493–6, 496-500.

b. The northwest boundary. Johnston's U. S. 857. Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. 500-2.

C. The Canadian fisheries. Isham's Fishery Question, 56-66. Johnston's U. S. 858. Johnston's U. S.

Hist. and Const. 250.

Give the settlement resulting from the arbitration in

each case. 2. The Virginius. Johnston's U. S. 859–60. 3. San Domingo. Johnston's U. S. 859.

6. Internal affairs.

1. Pacific railroads. Johnston's U. S. 864–6. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 368. Blaine's Twenty

Years of Cong. I. 507-9.

Federal aid to railroads. 2. Great fires. Johnston's U. S. 867. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 369.

3. General prosperity. Johnston's U. S. 861. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 251–3. Eggleston's

Household U. S. 364-8. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 368. 4. The attempt to begin a civil service reform. Johnston's Politics, 215-6. Andrews' Manual of Const. 172-4. 5. The Fifteenth Amendment. Johnston's U. S. 872. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 249. Johnston's Pol

itics, 207, 210–11. Andrews' Manual of Const, 260-1. Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. 412–17. Discussion of Amendments XIII., XIV., XV., see Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. 417–21.

6. The effect of Amendment XV. on state governments in

the reconstructed states. Johnston's U. S. 874-5. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 362. Johnston's U. S.

Hist, and Const. 258.

7. The interference of the federal government. Johnston's U. S. 876. Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 258–9. Discussion of;

see Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. chap. XX.

Results. d. The election of 1872. Johnston's U. S. 881. Johnston's Politics, 217-9. Stanwood's Pres. Elections,

276.

Parties.
Issue.
Candidates.
The result.

XXVIII. Grant's second administration.
a. Internal affairs.
I. Political scandals.

The Credit Mobilier.
Johnston's U. S. 879. Johnston's Politics, 227.

Star routes.
Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 256-7. Johnston's Politics, 220.

The Whiskey Ring. Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 257.

b. Indian troubles.

Johnston's U. S. 868. Eggleston's Household U. S. 361-4.

C. The panic of 1873.
Johnston's U. S. 862. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 370. Blaine's Twenty Years

of Cong. II. 561 +. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 253-4.

Cause.

Compare with previous panics. d. The Centennial Exhibition.

Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 370.

What was its value to the United States ? e. The election of 1876. Macy's Our Govt. 85-6. Johnston's U. S. 883. Johnston's Politics, 231-4.

Stanwood's Pres. Elections, 302.

1. Parties. 2. Issue. 3. Candidates. 4. The condition of political affairs at the South. Johnston's U. S. 873-5. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 258-9. Johnston's

Politics, 234-5.

5. The returning boards.
Johnston's U. S. 884. Johnston's Politics, 355.

6. What authority has the right to select a President when no

candidate receives a majority of the electoral votes? Andrews' Manual of Const. 155-6.

7. What authority has a right to select a Vice-President when

no candidate receives a majority of the electoral votes ? 8. In case no choice has been made at the 4th of March, who

acts as President ?

9. How many times has the election of the President been

decided by the House of Representatives since 1789 ? Andrews' Manual of Const. 157-8.

10. What was the question to be decided by Congress about

the election of 1876? Macy's Our Govt. 85-6.

II. The Electoral Commission.
Johnston's U. S. 886-8. Johnston's Politics, 236-7. Blaine's Twenty Years

of Cong. II. 582–7. Stanwood's Pres. Elections, 302 +.

Why necessary?
How appointed ?

Its decision, and the result. 12. What change in the law about state returns was made after

this election? Andrews' Manual of Const. 159. Stanwood's Pres. Elections, 415 +.

XXIX. Hayes's administration.

Johnston's U. S. 890.

Character and public services. a. Financial.

1. Silver legislation. Johnston's U. S. 899-901. Johnston's Politics, 239. Johnston's U. S. Hist.

and Const. 261-2. Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. 602-10.

(For the annual product of gold and silver in the United States, see Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. 610–11.)

2. Resumption of specie payments. Johnston's U. S. 902. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 375. Johnston's Politics,

227. Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. 563.

When had the United States ceased to make specie pay

ments ? Why?

What are the advantages of a specie basis for the currency? 3. Refunding the debt. Johnston's U. S. 903. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 262. Blaine's Twenty

Years of Cong. II. 588.

b. Internal affairs.

1. Inventions and improvements. Johnston's U. S. 893-4. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 252. Montgom

ery's Amer. Hist. 341. Cent. Magazine, XXII. 420.

The deepening the mouth of the Mississippi. 2. Indian troubles. Johnston's U. S. 895. For Crook in the Indian Country, see Cent. Magazine,

XLI. 643

3. Strikes and labor troubles. Johnston's U. S. 896.

4. National calamities.

The yellow fever. Johnston's U. S. 897.

Floods. Johnston's U. S. 898.

5. The final withdrawal of troops from the South.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 373. Johnston's Politics, 238–9.
6. The restriction of Chinese immigration.
Johnston's U. S. 904. Blaine's Twenty Years of Cong. II. 651-6.

NOTE. - Since all mention of the Burlingame Treaty is omitted from school histories and other books accessible to students in secondary schools, the following synopsis of relations between the United States and China is made, from Lalor's Encyclopædia.

1843. President Tyler sent Caleb Cushing to China as minister

extraordinary. Cushing negotiated the commercial treaty of

Wanghia (near Canton). 1858. A second treaty with China was made.

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