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Secretary of State Correspondence

1820-1914

Secretary of State Correspondence Record: Schedule of recommendations regarding Republicans presented by George B. Sawyer.

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Item Description: Schedule of recommendations regarding Republicans presented by George B. Sawyer.
Date Written: 30 Aug. 1861
Box and Folder: 24-17
Associated names: John Baker; William Baker; Samuel J. Bond; John Boynton; William J. Brown; Cushing Bryant; John Bulfinch; J. M. Carleton; Franklin L. Carney; David W. Chapman; Elden Chapman; Hiram Chapman; William B. Chick; A. S. Clark; W. S. Cochran; Charles Comery; Isaac Comery; R. Y. Crie; Edward W. Dunbar; Joseph Emerson; James Erskine; J. W. Faggart; Beder Fales; L. G. Feyler; J. B. Fitch; Edwin Flye; Samuel Ford; Joshua Frye; John Genthner; Watts Gibbs; O. Gilpatrick; Israel Glidden; J. U. Golder; John W. Goodwin; John Hanley; Calvin R. Haraden; Benjamin Hardy; Levi S. Heal; L. Hill; S. K. Hilton; Samuel T. Hinds; Isaac T. Hobson; James A. Hoffses; T. R. Hogue; Charles E. Hovey; L. W. Howes; Edwin R. Kaler; Samuel T. Keene; Almore Kennedy; Henry Kennedy; Frederick Kent; Andrew Lacey; H. B. Levenseler; William H. Little, Jr.; W. Lowell; S. S. Marble; William McClintock; Elisha McKenney; Benjamin D. Metcalf; Benjamin T. Miller; S. M. Morse; Anthony Nason; Reuben Orff; Hiram W. Partridge; J. P. Perkins; W. M. Pike; Benjamin Roberts; George B. Sawyer; James Schwartz; William H. Seiders; Everett W. Stetson; J. J. Taylor; Peter Thatcher; Luther Webb; Alpheus Wilder; S. S. Wylie
Associated subjects: Maine—Politics and government; Republican Party (Me.); Democratic Party (Me.)
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/individual_correspondence_record.asp?id=6720 : accessed 6 December 2021), entry for Schedule of recommendations regarding Republicans presented by George B. Sawyer., 30 Aug. 1861, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.

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