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John W. Dana1847 to 1850 John Hubbard1850 to 1853 William G. Crosby1853 to 1855 Anson P. Morrill1855 to 1856 Samuel Wells1856 to 1857 Hannibal Hamlin1857 Joseph H. Williams1857 to 1858 Governors-continued. Name.Term. Lot M. Morrill1858 to 1861 Israel Washburn, Jr1861 to 1862 Abner Coburn1862 to 1864 Samuel Corey1864 to 1867 Joshua L. Chamberlain1867 to 1870 Sidney Perham1871 to 1873 Nelson Dingley, Jr1874 to 1875 Selden Connor1876 to 1879 Alonzo Garcelon1879 to 1880 Daniel F. Davis1880 to 1881 Harris M. Plaisted1881 to 1882 Frederick Robie1883 to 1887 Joseph R. Bodwell1887 Sebastian S. Marble1887 to 1888 Edwin C. Burleigh1889 to 1892 Henry B. Cleaves1893 to 1897 Llewellyn Powers1897 to 1901 John F. Hill1901 to — United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. John Chandler16th to 20th1820 to 1829 John Holmes16th to 19th1820 to 1827 Albion K. Parris20th1828 John Holmes20th to 22d 1829 to 1833 Peleg Sprague21st to 23d1830 to 1835 John Ruggles23
rst governor of Maine, presented to the United States government and placed in Statuary Hall, Washington, January, 1878 State Greenback Convention held at Lewiston, 782 delegates; Joseph W. Smith nominated for governor......June 5, 1878 September election: Selden Connor, Republican, 56,544; Joseph L. Smith, Greenback, 41,371; Alonzo Garcelon, Democrat, 28,218; no choice by people......Sept. 9, 1878 Garcelon chosen governor by legislature......Jan. 3, 1879 Vote for governor: Daniel F. Davis, Republican, 68,766; Garcelon, Democrat, 21,688; Smith, National or Greenback, 47,590......Sept. 8, 1879 Republican press claims the Senate by seven majority, the House by twenty-eight. In November great excitement is produced by the rumor that the governor and council would endeavor to count out the Republican majority and count in a Fusion (Democrat and National) majority. The sub-committee of the council make their report......Dec. 26, 1879 Legislature convenes, and seventy-e