BANKS, Nathaniel Prentice, 1816-1894

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Baird, Henry Carey. Washington and Jackson on Negro soldiers. Gen. Banks on the bravery of Negro troops. Poem—the second Louisiana. Philadelphia, [Pa.]: Printed for gratuitous distribution, [1863?]

Banks, Nathaniel Prentice. An address ... fourth of July, 1865. [New Orleans?: 1865?]

———. An address delivered by Maj. General N. P. Banks, at the Customhouse, New Orleans, on the Fourth of July, 1865. [New Orleans: N.p., 1865].

———. Address of His Excellency Nathaniel P. Banks, to the two branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 6, 1860. Boston: W. White, printer to the State, 1860.

———. Address of ... Nathaniel P. Banks, to the two branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 7, 1858. Boston: William White, 1858.

———. American republican politics: remarks of Mr. Banks of Mass. [Washington]: Congressional Globe Office, [1856].

———. Emancipated labor in Louisiana. [New York?: N.p., 1864].

———. Endorsement of Gen. Banks’s policy. [New Orleans?: Headquarters, Dept. of the Gulf?, 1864?]

———. The great questions of national and state politics. Speech of Hon. Nathaniel P. Banks, of Waltham. Delivered at Worcester, before the Young Men’s Ratification Convention, September 8th. Boston: Office of the Daily Bee, 1857.

———. Letter from Major Gen. N. P. Banks. [N.p., 1864?]

———. Political condition of South Carolina. Report of N.P. Banks, a member of the minority of the committee of investigation, Feb. 28, 1877. Washington: N.p., 1877.

———. The reconstruction of states: letter of Major-General Banks to Senator Lane. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1865.

———. Remarks of Hon. N.P. Banks of Massachusetts on the death of Senator Foot, April 12, 1866. [Washington: Congressional Globe Office, 1866.

———. Revision of the tariff. Washington: [Government Printing Office], 1878.

———. Speech of Hon. N.P. Banks ... upon the representation of the United States at the Exhibition of the world’s industry, Paris, 1867. Washington: Mansfield & Martin, 1866.

———. Speech of Mr. Banks, of Massachusetts, on the Nebraska and Kansas bill ; Delivered in the House of Representatives, May 23, 1854. [Washington]: Towers, printers, [1854].

———. Speech of N. P. Banks, jr., of Mass., on the employment of army officers in national armories. [Washington: Towers, printers, 1854].

———. Speeches of the Hon. Nath. P. Banks ... R. C. McCormick ... Selucius Garfielde ... Chas. W. Kendall ... on the Sutro tunnel ... in the House of representatives ... Feb. 13 and 21, 1873. Washington: M’Gill & Witherow, printers, 1873.

———. Sutro tunnel. Speech of Hon. Nathaniel P. Banks, of Massachusetts, in the House of representatives, February 13, 1873. Washington: Printed at the Congressional globe office, 1873].

———. Valedictory address of his excellency Governor Banks: to the two branches of the legislature of Massachusetts, January 3, 1861. Boston: William White, printer to the state, 1861.

Bird, Francis William. Review of Gov. Banks’ veto of the revised code, on account of its authorizing the enrolment of colored citizens in the militia. Boston: J. P. Jewett & company, 1860.

Colby, Robert. Letter to Samuel B. Ruggles, Esq. [New York?: N.p., 185-?]

Flinn, Frank M. Campaigning with Banks in Louisiana, ‘63 and’64, and with Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley in ‘64 and ‘65. Lynn, Mass.: Thomas P. Nichols, 1887.

Harrington, Fred Harvey. Fighting Politician: Major General N.P. Banks. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1948. Reprint, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1970.

———. “The Life of N.P. Banks to 1861." Ph.D. dissertation, New York University, 1937.

———. Nathaniel Prentiss Banks; a study in anti-slavery politics. [Baltimore]: N.p., 1936.

Hollandsworth, James G. Pretense of Glory: The Life of General Nathaniel P. Banks. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1998.

Hon. N.P. Banks and the Hoosac Tunnel! [Boston: N.p., 1857?]

Kassel, Charles. The labor system of General Banks—a lost episode of civil war history. N.p., [1928].

Landers, Col. H.L. “Wet Sand and Cotton: Bank’s Red River Campaign." Louisiana Historical Quarterly 19 (January 1936): 150-95.

Malin, James C. “Speaker Banks Courts the Free Soilers: The Frémont-Robinson Letter of 1856." New England Quarterly 12 (March 1939): 103-12.

McDowell, John E. “Nathaniel P. Banks: Fighting Politico." Civil War Times Illustrated 9 (January 1973): 4.

Ruggles, Samuel B. American commerce & American union: their mutual dependence briefly examined, by Samuel B. Ruggles, of New York, in a review of the address delivered at the Merchant’s Exchange, by the Hon. Mr. Banks, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States. New York: Commercial Advertiser job printing office, [1856].

Smith, George Winston. “The Banks Expedition of 1862." Louisiana Historical Quarterly 26 (April 1943): 341-60.

Warren, Nathan. N.P. Banks for Congress. [Boston?: Rand Avery, 1889?]

Williams, Richard Hobson. “General Banks’s Red River Campaign." Louisiana Historical Quarterly 32 (January 1939): 103-44.

Williams, T. Harry. “General Banks and the Radical Republicans in the Civil War." New England Quarterly 12 (June 1939): 268-80.