- Ulysses S. Grant defeats Horatio Seymour for president, Nov. 3, 1868
- Grant polled 3,013,650 popular votes against 2,708,744 votes for Seymour. Kentucky, Maryland and Delaware went overwhelmingly Democratic. No Democratic presidential candidate before or since has attained a higher percentage of the vote in Kentucky ...
- Why the war was not about slavery
- That was the opinion of Horatio Seymour, Democratic governor of New York. In a public address he pointed to the enormity of making war on Southern fellow citizens who had always been exceptionally loyal Americans, but who had been driven to secession ...
- Oneida County restaurant inspections
- Inspector findings: Floor in kitchen sticky and dirty. Operating without valid permit. Satisfactory.
- Eliot Spitzer one of two ex-governors without portrait in New York State's
- Right outside the Cuomo's office hangs a portrait of perhaps the most infamous governor in state history, Horatio Seymour, the last openly white supremacist to hold the office.
- GUEST VIEW: Respected then, honored now, ex-slave left mark on Utica
- Horatio Seymour, the former mayor of Utica, Gen. Priest, and Silas Childs, amongst others, raised by subscription $500 to free Dove's son, who came to Utica but unfortunately, died at a young age.
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