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Title : Lincoln Struggles to Appoint a Cabinet
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Early in morning January 6, 1861, in Springfield, IL Lincoln calls on former Lt. Gov. Gustave Koerner, still in bed at hotel. Soon Lincoln returns with Norman B. Judd, Chicago Republican, to talk over appointment of Sen. Cameron (PA) to cabinet. Lincoln is "very much distressed." Koerner and Judd oppose appointment, but Lincoln seems to think it necessary. T. J. McCormack, ed., Memoirs of Gustave Koerner, 1809-1896, 2 vols. (Cedar Rapids, IA: The Torch Press, 1909), 2:114. An Imperfect Union Amazon B&N Kobo iBooks Smashwords: Google Play:
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