1 edition of Biographical sketches of the members of the Sixtieth General Assembly of the state of Indiana. found in the catalog.
Biographical sketches of the members of the Sixtieth General Assembly of the state of Indiana.
Originally published: Indianapolis : M.R. Hyman, 1897.
|LC Classifications||F525 .B69 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2002449018|
Arranged and published by authority of the General Assembly. Corydon, p. — Revised laws of Indiana, in which are comprised all such acts of a general nature as are in force in said State; adopted and enacted by the General Assembly at their fifteenth session [etc.]. Arranged and published by authority of the General Assembly. p. Biographical Directory of the Indiana General Assembly (Indianapolis, ), , and various other sources, incorrectly list as birth date. (2) Burton Dorr Myers, Trustees and Officers of Indiana University, , (Bloomington, Indiana, ) p. ; Who was Who in America (Chicago, ), Vol. 1; John Bernard Stoll, History.
Indiana’s Geological Survey. One of the more daunting tasks asked of the legislature was establishing a geologic survey of the state. Its origins date to , when the General Assembly passed a resolution calling for the state’s first geologic survey connected with a professorship at Indiana University. GEORGE WILDER CARTWRIGHT (Democrat) was born in Coles County, Illinois, November 9, , but in July of removed to California, and received his education in the public schools of this State, together with individual instruction at home; he settled in Fresno County, and in was elected Member of the Assembly from the Sixty-second.
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