Isaac I. Stevens: young man in a hurry

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Brigham Young University Press, 1979 - Biography & Autobiography - 484 pages
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Washington Territory's first governor remains as controversial today as he was to his frontier contemporaries during the Pacific Northwest's most turbulent era--the mid-1850s. Indian wars, martial law, and bitter political disputes, as well as the establishment of a new governmental system, characterized Isaac I. Stevens' years as governor (1853-57).

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