The Life and Work of James A. Garfield

The Life and Work of James A. Garfield

John Clark Ridpath

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Twentieth President of the United States: Embracing an
Account of the Scenes and Incidents of His Boyhood; the
Struggles of His Youth; the Might of His Early Manhood;
His Valor As a Soldier; His Career As a Statesman; His
Election to the Presidency; and the Tragic Story of His
Death.

No doubt this man is glorified by his shameful and causeless death. The contrast between his life and his death is indeed the very irony of fate. On the popular imagination he is borne away to Washington and Lincoln. He is canonized—the American people will have it so.

The following pages embody an effort to present, in fair proportion, The Life and Work of James A. Garfield. Such sources of information as are at present accessible have been faithfully consulted; and it is sincerely hoped that the outline here given of the personal and public career of the illustrious dead, will be found true to the life. As far as practicable in the following pages, the purposes and character of President Garfield will be determined from his own words. His apothegms and sayings, not a few, and his public papers and speeches have alike contributed their wealth to the better parts of the volume. The story of the President’s wounding and death has been gathered from the abundant sources—official and semi-official—of the journals and magazines of the day. It is hoped that the narrative, as a whole, will not be found deficient in interest, or unworthy of the subject.
 
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