Joseph Holt

Joseph Holt Joseph Holt (January 6, 1807 – August 1, 1894) was a leading member of the Buchanan administration, where he succeeded in convincing Buchanan to oppose the secession of the South. He returned to Kentucky and successfully battled the secessionist element thereby helping to keep Kentucky in the Union. President Abraham Lincoln appointed him the Judge Advocate General of the United States Army. He served as Lincoln's chief arbiter and enforcer of military law, and supporter of emancipation. His most famous roles came in the Lincoln assassination trials. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1861
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1873
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1861
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1861
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1867
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1861
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1970
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1861
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1867
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by Holt, Joseph, 1807-1894.
Published 1883
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