The governors of Indiana
Linda C. Gugin, James E. St. Clair
Indiana Historical Society Press in cooperation with the Indiana Historical Bureau, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 436 pages
Published by the Indiana Historical Society Press in cooperation with the Indiana Historical Bureau, State of Indiana.In this multiauthor volume, editors Linda C. Gugin and James E. St. Clair detail the lives and accomplishments of Indianas governors. Each profile contains biographical information and highlights the lives and careers of each governor, with special emphasis on the events and accomplishments during his time in office. Each governors official portrait is also included.An introductory essay discusses the evolution of the office of governor and provides an overview of the people who have been governor.
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William Henry Harrison January 10 1801July 1812
Thomas Posey March 3 1813November 7 1816
Ratliff Boon September 12December 5 1822
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