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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), State of Tennessee, (search)
HarrisAssumes officeOct., 1857 Andrew JohnsonAssumes officeprov. March 12, 1861 W. G. BrownlowAssumes officeApril, 1865 DeWitt C. SenterAssumes officeOct., 1869 John C. BrownAssumes officeOct., 1871 James D. Porter, JrAssumes officeJan., 1875 Albert S. MarksAssumes officeJan., 1879 Alvin HawkinsAssumes officeJan., 1881 William B. BateAssumes officeJan., 1883 Robert L. TaylorAssumes officeJan., 1887 John P. BuchananAssumes officeJan., 1891 Peter TurneyAssumes officeJan., 1893 H. Clay EvansAssumes officeJan., 1895 Robert L. TaylorAssumes officeJan., 1897 Benton McMillinAssumes officeJan., 1899 Benton McMillinAssumes officeJan., 1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of CongressTerm. William Blount4th to 5th1796 to 1797 William Cocke4th to 9th1796 to 1805 Joseph Anderson5th1797 to 1798 Andrew Jackson5th1797 to 1798 Daniel Smith5th1798 Joseph Anderson6th to 14th1799 to 1815 Daniel Smith9th to 11th1805 to 1809 Jenkin Whiteside11th to 12th1809 to 1811 George W.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Tennessee, (search)
00 miners attack the convict camp at Fort Anderson......April 19, 1893 Judge J. H. Du Boise impeached, acquitted on some of the charges, convicted on others......June 2, 1893 President Polk's remains removed to the State capitol grounds.......Sept. 19, 1893 The United States Supreme Court decides the boundary-line dispute with Virginia in favor of Tennessee......1893 Serious revolt in the convict camp at Tracy City......July 27, 1894 Contest for governorship decided in favor of Peter Turney, who, on the face of the returns had 748 votes less than H. Clay Evans, by the Tennessee legislature......May 3, 1895 Chickamauga National Park dedicated......Sept. 19, 1895 General assignment law of 1895 declared unconstitutional......November, 1896 Fire at Knoxville, loss $2,000,000......April 8, 1897 Centennial Exposition opened......May 1, 1897 Anti-cigarette law declared constitutional......1900 Fifty lives lost in the hurricane of......Nov. 21, 1900 Texas