Isaac N. Arnold

Isaac Newton Arnold (November 30, 1815, Hartwick, New York – April 24, 1884, Chicago) was an attorney, American politician, and biographer who made his career in Chicago. He served two terms in the United States House of Representatives (1860-1864) and in 1864 introduced the first resolution in Congress proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish slavery in the United States. After returning to Chicago in 1866, he practiced law and wrote biographies of Abraham Lincoln and Benedict Arnold. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884
Published 1970
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884
Published 1880
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1901
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1863
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1885
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884,
Published 1866
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884
Published 1885
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884
Published 1887
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1882
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884,
Published 1881
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1864
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1866
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1880
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884
Published 1901
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by Arnold, Isaac N., 1815-1884.
Published 1994
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