Newspaper from Feb. 14, 1866

Regarding the Death of Abraham Lincoln, Arizona Miner

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    Regarding the Death of Abraham Lincoln, Arizona Miner

  • Description

    The Arizona House of Representatives, President of the Council and the Assistant Secretary of the Arizona Territory signed a resolution as a formal expression of regret for the death of President Abraham Lincoln in February 1866. This article is an official recording of the opinion of the people of Arizona almost a year after the event. A copy of the resolution was sent to President Lincoln's family and was published in the Arizona Miner newspaper as well as other journals of the Pacific and Atlantic States. Originally established as a Republican newspaper in 1864 by Territorial Secretary Richard McCormick (nominated by President Lincoln in 1863), the publication grew to become very politically partisan when racist Democrat John H. Marion took over as editor in 1867. Arizona became a state in 1912.

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    Library of Congress Chronicling America

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    This item is in the public domain and may be reproduced and used for any purpose, including research, teaching, private study, publication, broadcast or commercial use, with proper citation and attribution.

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    Fort Whipple Arizona Miner. "Regarding the Death of Abraham Lincoln, Arizona Miner". Tisdale A. Hand. Remembering Lincoln. Web. Accessed August 21, 2019.