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Romantic career was Gen. Street's

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ARTICLE DETAILS
Headline:Romantic career was Gen. Street's>
Main Heading:Government and Politics
Sub Heading:Biography
Article Date:1907-5-19
Newspaper:Milwaukee Sentinel
City:
County:
State:WI
NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE
Washington, Gen./President George 1732 - 1799
Taylor, Pres. Zachary 1784-1850
Davis, Gen. Jefferson 1808 - 1889
Black Hawk, Chief 1767 - 1838
Jackson, President Andrew 1767-1845
Flower, Frank A. 1854-1911
Brahany, T. W.
Street, Gen. Joseph M. 1782-1840
Burr, Col. Aaron 1756-1836
Wirt, Esquire / Attn. Gen. William 1772-1834
Wallace, Judge Caleb 1742-1814
Posey, Gen. Thomas 1750-1818
Marshall, Humphrey 1760-1841
Daviess, Maj. Jo H.
Wapello, Chief
RECORD LOCATION
Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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