STEVENS, Thaddeus, 1792-1868


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
About this object

Extended Bibliography

[Atlee, Benjamin C.] Thaddeus Stevens and slavery. Lancaster, Pa.: N.p., 1911.

Berlin, Jean V. “Thaddeus Stevens and His Biographers.” Pennsylvania History 60 (April 1993): 153-62.

Boyd, Charles W. Your Legacy from Thaddeus Stevens: Republican of the First Kind. Chicago, Ill.: USA: Bomax Publishers, 1987.

Brodie, Fawn (McKay). Thaddeus Stevens, Scourge of the South. New York: Norton, 1959.

Bryand-Jones, Mildred. “The Relation of Thaddeus Stevens to National Developments.” Ph.D. diss., Loyola University of Chicago, 1940.

Buckmaster, Henrietta, pseud. The Fighting Congressmen: Thaddeus Stephens, Hiram Revels, James Rapier, Blanche K. Bruce. [New York]: Scholastic Book Services, [1971].

[Buehrle, Robert Koch]. Thaddeus Stevens’ attitude toward the Omnibus bill. Lancaster: N.p., 1911.

Callender, Edward Belcher. Thaddeus Stevens: Commoner. Boston: A. Williams, 1882. Reprint, New York: AMS Press, 1972.

Colfax, Schuyler. Speeches of Messrs. Colfax, of Indiana, and Thaddeus Stevens of Penn. [Washington, D.C.: Scammell & Co., printers, 1862].

Current, Richard N. Old Thad Stevens: A Story of Ambition. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1942.

Foner, Eric. “Thaddeus Stevens and the Imperfect Republic.” Pennsylvania History 60 (April 1993): 140-52.

Glatfelter, Charles H. “Thaddeus Stevens in the Cause of Education: The Gettysburg Years.” Pennsylvania History 60 (April 1993): 163-75.

[Haldeman, Horace L.]. Thaddeus Stevens and the southern states. Lancaster, Pa.: N.p., 1913.

Harris, Alexander. A review of the political conflict in America, from the commencement of the anti-slavery agitation to the close of southern reconstruction; comprising also a résumé of the career of Thaddeus Stevens: Being a survey of the struggle of parties, which destroyed the Republic and virtually monarchized its Government. New York, T.H. Pollock, 1876. Reprint, Westport, Conn.: Negro Universities Press, 1970.

Hensel, William Uhler. Thaddeus Stevens as a country lawyer; address before the Pennsylvania state bar association at Bedford Springs, Pa., June 27, 1906. [Philadelphia: Press of G. H. Buchanan Company, 1906?]

Hoelscher, Robert J. “Thaddeus Stevens as a Lancaster Politician 1842-1868.” Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society 78 (1974): 157-213.

Kazarian, Richard, Jr. “Working Radicals: The Early Political Careers of William Seward, Thaddeus Stevens, Henry Wilson, Charles Sumner, Salmon P. Chase and Hannibal Hamlin.” Ph.D. diss., Brown University, 1981.

Korngold, Ralph. Thaddeus Stevens: A Being Darkly Wise and Rudely Great. New York: Harcourt, 1955.

Landis, Charles I. (Charles Israel). Thaddeus Stevens, a letter written to the Daily New era, Lancaster, Pa. by Hon. Charles I. Landis, President Judge of the Second Judicial District of Pennsylvania. Lancaster, Pa.: Press of the New Era Company, 1916.

Lawson, Elizabeth. Thaddeus Stevens. New York: International Publishers, 1942.

McCall, Samuel Walker. Thaddeus Stevens. (American Statesmen, Vol. 31) Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1899. Reprint, New York: AMS Press, 1972.

Miller, Alphonse Bertram. Thaddeus Stevens. New York, London: Harper & Brothers, 1939.

Milton, Meltzer. Thaddeus Stevens and the Fight for Negro Rights. Ty Crowell Co., 1967.

Palmer, Beverly Wilson, ed. The Thaddeus Stevens Papers: A Guide and Index to the Microfilm Edition. Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1994.

Robertson, Andrew. “The Idealist as Opportunist: An Analysis of Thaddeus Stevens’ Support in Lancaster County, 1843-1866.” Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society 84 (Easter 1980): 49-107.

Smock, Raymond W. “Searching For The Political Legacy of Thaddeus Stevens.” Pennsylvania History 60 (April 1993): 189-95.

Stafford, Wendell Phillips. Thaddeus Stevens; an address. [N.p., 1907].

Stevens, Thaddeus. Basis of representation: Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania: Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1866. Washington, D.C.: McGill & Witherow, printers and stereotypers, 1866.

———. The best means of subduing the rebellion. Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 22, 1862. [Washington, D.C.: Scammell & Co., printers, 1862].

———. Charges made by the Indiana State Board of Health against Thad. M. Stevens, M.D. ... : Together with answers to such charges, with an appendix, containing statements offered in proof and other matters. Indianapolis, Ind.: Sentinel Co., 1883.

———. The famous speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens of Pennsylvania in opposition to the repeal of the Common School Law of 1834, in the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, April 11, 1835 [microform]. Philadelphia: Thaddeus Stevens Memorial Association of Philadelphia, 1904.

———. Free-masonry unmasked. Gettysburg, Pa.: R. W. Middleton, 1835.

———. Government contracts. Washington, D.C.: Scammell & Co., printers, 1862.

———. Loan to the Republic of Mexico : remarks of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, June 16, 1866. [Washington, D.C.]: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, [1866].

———. The pending canvass!: Speech of the Hon. Thaddeus Stevens: Delivered at Bedford, Pa. on Tuesday evening, September 4, 1866. Lancaster, Pa.: N.p., 1866.

———. Reconstruction. Speech of the Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, delivered in the City of Lancaster, September 7th, 1865. Lancaster, Pa.: Examiner & Herald Print, 1865.

———. Reconstruction: Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania: Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, December 18, 1865. Washington, D.C.: H. Polkinhorn & Son, Printers, [1865].

———. Reconstruction: Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, March 10, 1866. [Washington, D.C.]: McGill & Witherow, printers and stereotypers, [1866].

———. The selected papers of Thaddeus Stevens. Beverly Wilson Palmer, editor; Holly Byers Ochoa, associate editor. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1997-c1998.

———. Some hitherto unpublished correspondence of Thaddeus Stevens. Lancaster, Pa.: N.p., 1931.

———. Speech of Hon. T. Stevens, in reply to attack on Gen. Hunter’s letter. [N.p., 1862].

———. Speech of Hon. T. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, March 19, 1867: On the bill (H.R. no. 20) relative to damages to loyal men, and for other purposes. [Washington, D.C.]: Republican Congressional Executive Committee, 1867?]

———. Speech of Hon. T. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, June 11th, 1852, on the public lands—the tariff. [Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, 1852].

———. Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens of Pennsylvania on the abolition of slavery. [Washington, D.C.: N.p., 1864].

———. Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania on the bill to raise additional soldiers. [Washington, D.C.]: Towers & Co., printers, [1863].

———. Speech of Mr. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, on the reference of the President’s annual message. Made in Committee of the Whole, February 20, 1850. [Washington: Printed by Buell & Blanchard, 1850].

———. Speech of Thaddeus Stevens in favor of the bill to establish a school of arts in the City of Philadelphia, and to endow the colleges and academies of Pennsylvania: Delivered in the House of Representatives, at Harrisburg, March 10th, 1838. Lancaster, Pa.: Pearsol & Geist, 1865.

———. Speech of Thaddeus Stevens, on the school law: Delivered in the legislature of Pennsylvania, April, 1835. Lancaster: Pearsol & Geist, 1865.

———. State of the Union. Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 29, 1861. [Washington: N.p., 1861].

———. The Thaddeus Stevens papers [microform]. Beverly Wilson Palmer, editor; Holly Byers Ochoa, assistant editor. Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1993.

———. The treasury note bill: Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 6, 1862. Washington, D.C.: Scammell & Co., printers, 1862.

Thompson, Carol L. “Thaddeus Stevens: Radical Republican.” Current History 14 (May 1948): 277-82.

Trefousse, Hans Louis. Thaddeus Stevens: Nineteenth-Century Egalitarian. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997.

United States. 40th Cong., 3d sess., 1868-1869. House. Memorial addresses on the life and character of Thaddeus Stevens, delivered in the House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., December 17, 1868. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1869.

Williams, T. Harry. “Thaddeus Stevens: An American Radical.” Commentary 21 (June 1956): 578-83.

Woodburn, James Albert. The Life of Thaddeus Stevens: A Study in American Political History. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1913.

———. The Life of Thaddeus Stevens: A Study in American Political History. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1913.

Woodley, Thomas Frederick. Great Leveler: The Life of Thaddeus Stevens. Original edition, New York: Stackpole, 1937. Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1969.