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West Virginia - Constitutional Convention.

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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Ebenezer Wilson Patton Papers

Collection Number: A&M 0537
Overview Genealogical data, a letter, and other papers of the Ebenezer Wilson Patton family of Clarksburg, West Virginia, documenting Patton family history and Clarksburg in the 1870s. Genealogical material includes two family records that list births, deaths, and marriages from 1729 to 1879. The letter from Ebenezer Patton to M. L. Paullus of Greenfield, Indiana, describes conditions in Clarksburg in 1872. Topics include Patton's recent return to West Virginia, starting a general store and the state...
Dates: 1869-1879

George W. Atkinson, Governor, Letter of Recommendation for W.G. Compher

Collection Number: A&M 1872

Letter from George W. Atkinson, Governor of West Virginia, to the Board of Trustees, Ohio State University, Columbus, recommending Professor W.G. Compher for any chair that he will accept.

Dates: 1900

Samuel Price, Politician, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3239
Overview Includes both transcriptions and photocopies of original manuscripts of Samuel Price's 1828 law license and an 1879 life history from his birth through 1866. Also included are transcriptions of newspaper articles and letters concerning Price's life and death, and his funeral service. Samuel Price was born July 28, 1805. He served as Virginia's Lieutenant-Governor during the Civil War. He was president of the Constitutional Convention of West Virginia in 1872, which framed the present day...
Dates: 1828, 1874, 1879, 1884