Ross, Edmund Gibson


    Edmund Gibson Ross (1826 - 1907) was a journalist and Republican senator from Kansas who was born in Ashland, Ohio. He voted against the impeachment of seventeenth President of the United States, Andrew Johnson, in 1868 and then became a Democrat. He also worked as a newspaper editor and had his own printing and publication business. Ross's most famous work is History of the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States(1868).

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    A journalist and Republican senator from Kansas, Ross is best remembered as the man who cast his vote against the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson in 1868. He also worked as the editor of the Kansas Tribune.

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