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Impeachment Managers, 1868. (National Archives)

Impeachment Managers, 1868.
(National Archives)

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The House Board of Managers for the impeachment of Andrew Johnson included,

standing from left to right:
James F. Wilson, Iowa;
George S. Boutwell, Massachusetts; John Logan, Illinois;

seated, from left:
Benjamin F. Butler, Massachusetts;
Thaddeus Stevens, Pennsylvania; Thomas E. Williams, Pennsylvania;
and John A. Bingham, Ohio.

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