Washington Bogart Cooper (American, 1802–1888), Portrait of Andrew Johnson, after 1866, oil on canvas, 91.8 x 74.3 cm (36.1 x 29.3 in), National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.
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An engraving showing the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson in the Senate March 13, 1868. The House approved 11 articles of impeachment against Andrew Johnson in 1868, arising essentially from political divisions over...More
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Johnson Impeachment Ticket
A political illustration from 'Harper's Weekly' made during the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson (1808 - 1875) referring to his defiance of the Constitution, 21st March 1868.
Mathew Brady studio portrait of the House of Representatives' impeachment committee of President Andrew Johnson in 1868. Left to right (standing) are James F. Wilson, George S. Boutwell, and John A. Logan. Seated are (left to right)...More
The impeachment committee sits around a table preparing the indictment. President Andrew Johnson underwent impeachment proceedings in 1868 due to differences between he and Congress in regard to Reconstruction policies.
Engraving depicting a courtroom scene during the 1868 impeachment of Andrew Johnson. Undated hand-colored illustration.
Thaddeus Stevens closing the debate on the Andrew Johnson impeachment in the house, March, 1868. Colored Woodcut.
George T. Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate, serving the summons on President Johnson.