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1795 – Born on December 17th in Kinderhook Landing, Columbia County, New York. American lawyer. 1817 – He studied law and was admitted to the bar. 1818 – Married to Harriet Allen. 1821 – He was the district attorney of Albany County. 1825 – He was one of the commissioners to revise the State statutes. ..
US army officer, lawyer, and politician commanded land forces that helped David Farragut capture New Orleans in Civil War 1862 military governor of New Orleans 1862 Representative from Massachusetts 1867-1875, 1877-1879 governor of Massachusetts 1883-1884 (Democratic) Greenback presidential cand..
1811 – Born in Wenham, Massachusetts, on July 10th. American composer and music educator. 1831 – He studied music, and began to teach. 1839 – He was musical director in Dr. Channing’s Church in Boston. 1841 – He inaugurated a series of successful musical conventions. 1842 – He was superintendent of musical instruction in the ..