Stalwarts and Half-Breeds
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The Republican convention of 1880 was deeply divided between Stalwarts and Half-Breeds, but after 36 ballots the convention settled on a "dark horse" compromise candidate, James A. Garfield. Although not closely affiliated with the Half-Breeds, Garfield supported policies of reform that they advocated.
The assassination of Garfield in 1881 by James Guiteau, a crazed Stalwart who declared, "I am a Stalwart of the Stalwarts and Arthur will be President," promptly ended usage of the terms "Stalwart" and "Half-Breed."
Rare Breeds and Other Creatures
... the usefulness and adaptability of livestock, and how the institution's rare breeds program helps preserve the bloodlines of uncommon horses, sheep, poultry, and the like. Richard Nicoll, director of coach and livestock, suggested a book of ...
Poultry: antiquarian prints of many breed of domestic and exotic fowl
They provide details of many of the maps, books and engravings we had the pleasure of dealing in over so many years. My wife's store on eBay offers many delightful antiquarian maps & prints & engravings. For a complete index of all such ...
Breed's Hill 1775
... parent, nurse, and friend Must rouse each soul that's noble, frank, and great, And urge us on our lives and all to spend ! Oh ! spot once graceful; but, alas ! no more; Till signs shall end, and time itself shall cease, Thy name shall live ...