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Building of state's first capitol was tedious, costly job

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Building of state's first capitol was tedious, costly job | Newspaper Article/Clipping | Wisconsin Historical Society
Headline:Building of state's first capitol was tedious, costly job>
Main Heading:Government and Politics
Sub Heading:State Government
Article Date:1919-11-09
Newspaper:Wisconsin State Journal
Doty, Governor James Duane 1799 - 1865
Martin, Judge Morgan Lewis 1803 - 1887
Mills, Simeon 1810 - 1895
Strong, Attorney Moses McCure 1810 - 1894
Bird, Augustus A 1802-1870
Morrison, Col. James
Peck, Mrs. Roseline 1808-1898
Nichols, A.
Salter, Benjamin
Messersmith, John
Thayer, James L.
Cotton, L. H.
Prentiss, N. C.
Baxter, Daniel
Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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