Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Includes a constitution and the following titles: India vs the silver question, Finance question solved, and Address of the people of Colorado to the people of the U.S.
Abstract Resolutions passed at a meeting in Reno issuing a position statement for the party platform, most of which dealt with the silver question. The collection contains material from December 5, 1899 created by the Democratic State Central Committee.
Abstract Letter and poem from Hanson to H.H. Hogan, editor of the Plaindealer newspaper, offering the poem, Bryan and money, for publication. The poem and letter advocate bimetalism.
Abstract Francis Griffith Newlands was a U.S. Congressman and U.S Senator in Nevada. Collection contains papers, primarily correspondence about water resources and construction from 1891-1902.
Abstract Report of organizing committee which details purpose, membership, and declarations of principles.,Principles condemn President Grover Cleveland (in his second term of office), advocate trade protectionism, and the remonetization of silver.
Abstract Clippings about the Nevada Republican convention of 1894, list of delegates, letter to the committee from chair Trenmore Coffin (1896), and an article about the Corbett-Fitzsimmons boxing match of 1897.
Abstract Declaration favoring free coinage of silver, insisting on payment in silver for all business transactions, and declaring that President Cleveland's action on the silver question was a direct contradiction to his campaign promises.
Abstract Scrapbook of newspaper clippings from local and national newspapers regarding James Baird Weaver, the People's Party and Republican Party national conventions of 1892, the Silver Party platform and ticket, and results of elections in Nevada in the 1890s.,The scrapbook partially fills what was originally a register of actions for the First and Third Judicial Districts, Utah Territory, 1872; and various judicial districts of Nevada, 1872-1878, with index.