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Virginia Governor, 1779, Statement of Powers; Removal of Military Officers
Removal of Napoleon's ashes. Song sheet
John G. Nicolay to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 21, 1861  (Removal of General Fremont)
M. S. Perry to J. H. Strong, Tuesday, July 02, 1861  (Removal of Elizabeth Smith from St. Marks, Florida)
Thomas H. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, October 31, 1862  (Removal of General Wool)
William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 01, 1862  (Removal of secretary of New Mexico; with endorsement by Abraham Lincoln)
A. I. Willis to Abraham Lincoln, September 1862  (Removal of General Wool)
Montgomery Blair to Walter H. Kendig, Tuesday, September 15, 1863  (Removal from office)
Abraham Lincoln to Edwin M. Stanton, Friday, December 18, 1863  (Removal of General Schofield as commander in Missouri (Fragment))
John P. Usher to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 15, 1863  (Removal of prisoners from Washington D.C. jail)
Joseph J. Stewart to Francis S. Corkran, Saturday, February 20, 1864  (Removal from office)
C. A. Edwards to William A. Newell, Saturday, June 18, 1864  (Removal of Samuel A. Hopkins)
A. D. Hope to William A. Newell, Tuesday, June 21, 1864  (Removal of Samuel A. Hopkins)
James B. Fry to George P. Waldron, Wednesday, March 02, 1864  (Removal of Waldron from office)
Joseph Hoxie to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, June 20, 1864  (Removal of Samuel A. Hopkins)
James M. Edmunds to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, July 09, 1864  (Removal of John T. Hogeboom)
Removal of Lincoln's body

Removal of Lincoln's body

People gathered around crate containing coffin of President Abraham Lincoln, in background, empty grave and crane & pulley.

Removal of Lincoln's body

Removal of Lincoln's body

Workmen using crane to remove slabs covering Abraham Lincoln's grave. H3899 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 6.

Removal of body of Admiral Dewy from Arlington, 3/28/25
[Streetcar track removal]
Labor Secretary endorses wage and hour bill. Washington, D.C. June 4. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, who appeared before the Senate and House Labor Committees today to endorse the Black-Connery Wage and Hour Bill, is pictured with the authors of the legislations, Senator Hugo L. Black of Alabama, and Rep. William P. Connery, Jr. (right) of Massachusetts. Removal of sweatshop conditions and abolition of child labor is the objective of the bill. 6/4/37
American Industry will be benefited if labor wage-and-hour bill is passed, says Mme. Perkins. Washington, D.C., June 4. American industry will be a principal beneficiary of federal legeslation to stabilize wages, hours and working conditions, Secretary of Labors Perkins told the Senate and House Labor Committees today before whom she appeared to endorse the Black-Connery Wage and Hour Bill. Removal of sweatshop conditions is the object of this pending bill, 6/4/37
Result of terrorist acts & government measures. Removal of barricade after completion of search, crowd rushing into the city
Removal of innards from cow. Packing plant, Austin, Minnesota
Aluminum casting. Removal of gates and risers from a large ring with a band saw, one of the many operations required before aluminum castings can be called complete. Aluminum Industries Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio
Landform complexes produced at the Samples Mountaintop Removal Project on Cabin Creek
Aerial view of Catenary Coal's Samples Mine, a Mountaintop Removal project at the head of Cabin Creek

Aerial view of Catenary Coal's Samples Mine, a Mountaintop Removal pro...

Event: Helicopter tour of Coal River and Mountaintop Removal Sites. In the 1990s, mountaintop removal and reclamation became the mining method of choice for coal operators in central Appalachia. Mountaintop rem... More

Aerial view of Catenary Coal's Samples Mine, a Mountaintop Removal project at the head of Cabin Creek

Aerial view of Catenary Coal's Samples Mine, a Mountaintop Removal pro...

Event: Helicopter tour of Coal River and Mountaintop Removal Sites. In the 1990s, mountaintop removal and reclamation became the mining method of choice for coal operators in central Appalachia. Mountaintop rem... More

Aerial view of the Samples Mountaintop Removal Project on Cabin Creek

Aerial view of the Samples Mountaintop Removal Project on Cabin Creek

Event: Helicopter tour of Coal River and Mountaintop Removal Sites. In the 1990s, mountaintop removal and reclamation became the mining method of choice for coal operators in central Appalachia. Mountaintop rem... More

Aerial view of Mountaintop Removal, approaching Racine

Aerial view of Mountaintop Removal, approaching Racine

Event: Helicopter tour of Mountaintop Removal and Reclamation on Big Coal River watershed. "To better understand the method of mining known as "mountaintop removal and reclamation," Lyntha Eiler and I visited t... More

Presentation by Peter Lawson, Manager of Engineering and Environmental Affairs, Arch Coal, Inc:  "Engineering and Design of Mountaintop Removal Operations"

Presentation by Peter Lawson, Manager of Engineering and Environmental...

Event: 25th Annual West Virginia Mining Symposium.

Sam Cook, displaying the backside of the t-shirt designed by Carol Jackson, which says, "Ban Mountaintop Removal"

Sam Cook, displaying the backside of the t-shirt designed by Carol Jac...

Event: Mountaintop Removal Summit. In August of 1999, Sam Cook, an anthropologist at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, organized a Mountaintop Removal Summit. The summit, held at the Appalachian South Folk... More

Closing circle of the Mountaintop Removal Summit

Closing circle of the Mountaintop Removal Summit

Event: Mountaintop Removal Summit. In August of 1999, Sam Cook, an anthropologist at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, organized a Mountaintop Removal Summit. The summit, held at the Appalachian South Folk... More

Owen Lovejoy to John G. Nicolay, Tuesday, February 02, 1864  (Removal of postmaster at Joliet)
Owen Lovejoy to John G. Nicolay, Tuesday, February 02, 1864  (Removal of postmaster at Joliet)
Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 11, 1863  (Removal of Victor Smith as collector at Puget Sound)
Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 11, 1863  (Removal of Victor Smith as collector at Puget Sound)
Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 11, 1863  (Removal of Victor Smith as collector at Puget Sound)
Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 11, 1863  (Removal of Victor Smith as collector at Puget Sound)
Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 11, 1863  (Removal of Victor Smith as collector at Puget Sound)
John T. Hogeboom to Abraham Lincoln, January 10 [1862]  (Removal of Abraham Meade as a clerk in the New York appraiser's office)
John T. Hogeboom to Abraham Lincoln, January 10 [1862]  (Removal of Abraham Meade as a clerk in the New York appraiser's office)
John T. Hogeboom to Abraham Lincoln, January 10 [1862]  (Removal of Abraham Meade as a clerk in the New York appraiser's office)
John T. Hogeboom to Abraham Lincoln, January 10 [1862]  (Removal of Abraham Meade as a clerk in the New York appraiser's office)
Schuyler Colfax to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 23, 1861  (Removal of General Fremont)
Schuyler Colfax to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 23, 1861  (Removal of General Fremont)
Schuyler Colfax to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 23, 1861  (Removal of General Fremont)
Charles P. Smith to Charles A. Dana, Tuesday, November 15, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal; endorsed by James B. Fry and Edwin M. Stanton)
Charles P. Smith to Charles A. Dana, Tuesday, November 15, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal; endorsed by James B. Fry and Edwin M. Stanton)
Charles P. Smith to Charles A. Dana, Tuesday, November 15, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal; endorsed by James B. Fry and Edwin M. Stanton)
William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 19, 1861  (Removal of Fremont)
William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 19, 1861  (Removal of Fremont)
William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 19, 1861  (Removal of Fremont)
John W. Finnell to John W. Menzies, Friday, March 07, 1862  (Removal of incompetent officer)
John W. Finnell to John W. Menzies, Friday, March 07, 1862  (Removal of incompetent officer)
Anson G. Henry to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 21, 1864  (Removal of Victor Smith; endorsed by John Hay)
Anson G. Henry to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 21, 1864  (Removal of Victor Smith; endorsed by John Hay)
Anson G. Henry to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 21, 1864  (Removal of Victor Smith; endorsed by John Hay)
Anson G. Henry to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 21, 1864  (Removal of Victor Smith; endorsed by John Hay)
John H. Westwood to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 28, 1862  (Removal of Gen. Wool)
John H. Westwood to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 28, 1862  (Removal of Gen. Wool)
Georgiana Brown to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 15, 1864  (Removal of General Harvey Brown)
Georgiana Brown to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 15, 1864  (Removal of General Harvey Brown)
Georgiana Brown to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 15, 1864  (Removal of General Harvey Brown)
Georgiana Brown to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 15, 1864  (Removal of General Harvey Brown)
Edmund Randolph to Thomas Jefferson, February 22, 1778, Removal of John Goodrich Sr. to Albemarle for Examination

Edmund Randolph to Thomas Jefferson, February 22, 1778, Removal of Joh...

Removal of John Goodrich Sr. to Albemarle for Examination

Edmund Randolph to Thomas Jefferson, February 22, 1778, Removal of John Goodrich Sr. to Albemarle for Examination

Edmund Randolph to Thomas Jefferson, February 22, 1778, Removal of Joh...

Removal of John Goodrich Sr. to Albemarle for Examination

Gideon Welles to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 09, 1862  (Removal of a paymaster)
Gideon Welles to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 09, 1862  (Removal of a paymaster)
Gideon Welles to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 09, 1862  (Removal of a paymaster)
W. E. Lee to Samuel Galloway, Thursday, August 13, 1863  (Removal of Camp Chase)
W. E. Lee to Samuel Galloway, Thursday, August 13, 1863  (Removal of Camp Chase)
James B. Fry to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, January 17, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal in Missouri; endorsed by Stanton)
James B. Fry to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, January 17, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal in Missouri; endorsed by Stanton)
James B. Fry to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, January 17, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal in Missouri; endorsed by Stanton)
James B. Fry to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, January 17, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal in Missouri; endorsed by Stanton)
Benjamin B. French to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 26, 1862  (Removal of employee)
Benjamin B. French to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 26, 1862  (Removal of employee)
Benjamin B. French to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 26, 1862  (Removal of employee)
James M. Scovel to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 08, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal)
James M. Scovel to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 08, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal)
James M. Scovel to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 08, 1864  (Removal of provost marshal)
H. W. Crothers to John C. Underwood, Friday, December 05, 1862  (Removal of James Orr)
H. W. Crothers to John C. Underwood, Friday, December 05, 1862  (Removal of James Orr)
H. W. Crothers to John C. Underwood, Friday, December 05, 1862  (Removal of James Orr)
George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 31, 1862  (Removal of Blenker's Division)
George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 31, 1862  (Removal of Blenker's Division)
George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 31, 1862  (Removal of Blenker's Division)
George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 31, 1862  (Removal of Blenker's Division)
M. Tempest to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 29, 1864  (Removal of postmaster at Cincinnati)
M. Tempest to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 29, 1864  (Removal of postmaster at Cincinnati)
M. Tempest to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 29, 1864  (Removal of postmaster at Cincinnati)
M. Tempest to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 29, 1864  (Removal of postmaster at Cincinnati)
John Evans to James M. Ashley, Tuesday, March 14, 1865  (Removal of Justice Armour; endorsed by Ashley)
John Evans to James M. Ashley, Tuesday, March 14, 1865  (Removal of Justice Armour; endorsed by Ashley)
John Evans to James M. Ashley, Tuesday, March 14, 1865  (Removal of Justice Armour; endorsed by Ashley)
Benjamin B. French to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, July 02, 1863  (Removal as disbursing agent for the Capitol dome)
Benjamin B. French to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, July 02, 1863  (Removal as disbursing agent for the Capitol dome)
Benjamin B. French to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, July 02, 1863  (Removal as disbursing agent for the Capitol dome)
Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 06, 1863  (Removal of collector in California)
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