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a biographical dictionary of Alaskan political personalities, 1884-1974.
Are you sure you want to remove Who's who in Alaskan politics from your list? Who's who in Alaskan politics. a biographical dictionary of Alaskan political personalities, 1884-1974. 1st ed. by Evangeline Atwood. Published 1977 by Published by Binford & Mort for the Alaska Historical Commission in Portland, Or. Written in English. Biography, Dictionaries, Legislators, Politicians.
Atwood, Evangeline, DeArmond, Robert N. Who's Who in Alaska Politics: A Biographical Dictionary of Alaskan Political Personalities, 1884–1974.
Katherine, Maude, Jennie, Josephine. Firefighter, jeweler. Emery (or Emory) Valentine (1858 – September 9, 1930) was an Alaskan politician and the sixth mayor of Juneau, Alaska, from 1908 to 1912 and from 1917 to 1919. Atwood, Evangeline, DeArmond, Robert N. Binford & Mort, 1977: Portland, Oregon. The fireman mayor – article for the Internet version of the Juneau Empire. This article about a mayor in Alaska is a stub.
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In 1884 he was elected to represent his district in the 49th Congress, and was returned to the 50th, 51st, 52d, 53d, 54th, 55th and 56th Congresses. He became universally known as "Private Allen," through a happy repartee which he made in a political speech during the canvass for his first election to Congress. In a joint debate his competitor opened his speech with: "Fellow citizens, I slept one night in a tent on the mountainside, awaiting the battle on the morrow.
Who's Who in Alaskan Politics : A Biographical Dictionary of Alaskan Political Personalities, 1884-1974.
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