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Edwin McMasters Stanton (December 19, 1814 – December 24, 1869) was an American lawyer and politician who served as Secretary of War under the Lincoln  ...

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Did you know? In 1871, former Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton became only the second non-president after Benjamin Franklin to appear on a U.S. postage ...

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Edwin Stanton served as secretary of war under President Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War. He later served under President Andrew Johnson.

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Nicknamed “Mars”, Edwin M. Stanton was a pro-Breckinridge Democrat who was Attorney General under President James Buchanan (1860-61) and Secretary ...

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Secretary of War Edwin Stanton did not get off on the right track with Mr. Lincoln in 1861. “Mr. Stanton was a loyal and upright man, devoted to the cause of the ...

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War Department official Aide Charles Dana wrote that Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton was “impulsive, warm-blooded, very quick in execution, perhaps not ...

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Edwin McMasters Stanton was the Secretary of War in the Lincoln administration during the American Civil War. Edwin Stanton was born on December 19, 1814 ...

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American Civil War: OhioLearn how native Ohioans, including William T. Sherman and Edwin M. Stanton, contributed to the Union cause during the American ...

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Henry Ulke painted an evocative portrait of Edwin Stanton in 1872. Edwin Stanton, National Henry Ulke painted an evocative portrait of Edwin Stanton that is ...