Papers of a Pendleton County lawyer and prosecuting attorney who served in the state legislature, 1868-1870, where he introduced the Flick Amendment which removed voting restrictions on those who served in the Confederacy. Papers deal with Flick's legal practice; test oath cases; voting restrictions as a means of continuing Republican supremacy; state elections of 1868; Flick's campaign against Henry G. Davis for Congress in 1870; the West Virginia capital question; subscriptions to the Washington and Ohio Railroad; the origin of the Flick Amendment; and politics in the Second Congressional District, 1872. Correspondents include Arthur I. Boreman, H.G. Davis, Spencer Dayton, Nathan Goff, William P. Hubbard, John J. Jacob, and William E. Stevenson.
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A&M 1349, William Henry Harrison Flick (1841-1891) Papers, West Virginia and Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries. https://archives.lib.wvu.edu/repositories/2/resources/4595 Accessed October 22, 2020.