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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Hansbrough, Henry Clay (search)
Hansbrough, Henry Clay Born in Prairie du Rocher, Ill., Jan. 30, 1848; connected with the newspaper press, 1867-89; member of Congress 1889-91; United States Senator from North Dakota in 1891; re-elected in 1897.
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to the Union on Nov. 3, 1889. In 1891 an aggregate of 1,600,000 acres of land, comprising a former Indian reservation, was thrown open to actual settlers. See United States, North Dakota, in vol. IX. Territorial governors. William Jayneappointed1861 Newton Edmundsappointed1863 Andrew J. Faulkappointed1866 John A. Burbankappointed1869 John L. Penningtonappointed1874 William A. Howardappointed1878 N. G. Ordwayappointed1880 Gilbert A. Pierceappointed1884 Louis K. Churchappointed1887 Arthur C. Melletteappointed1889 State governors. John Millerelected1889 A. H. Burkeelected1891 E. Shortridgeterm beganJan., 1893 Roger Allinterm beganJan., 1895 Frank A. Briggsterm began1897 F. B. Fancherterm began1899 Frank Whiteterm began1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. Gilbert A. Pierce51st1889 to 1891 Lyman R. Casey51st to 53d1889 to 1893 Henry C. Hansbrough52d to —1891 to — William N. Roach53d to 56th1893 to 1899 James M. Porter56th to —189