2 edition of Sylvester Pennoyer, governor of Oregon, 1887-1895 found in the catalog.
Sylvester Pennoyer, governor of Oregon, 1887-1895
Maude Davis Chapman
Written in English
|Statement||by Maude Davis Chapman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
The book also has photographs of some of Groton's famous citizens, including Sylvester Pennoyer, who grew up in Groton and later became the Governor of Oregon. The Conger family has many photos in the book, as they were an important family in Groton's history. Sylvester Pennoyer had been Governor of Oregon for eight years when the campaign of began to command the attention of the people of Oregon, and since the State Constitution forbids the same man occupying the position of Chief Executive for more than two terms of four years each in succession, it became necessary to search for new material.
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Photo, Print, Drawing Oregon--Hon. Sylvester Pennoyer, the Governor-elect / photo by Brown. Nova Scotia--The seized American schooner "J.D. Adams" [i.e., David J. Adams] as she appears lying at the wharf at Digby / from a photo by George F. Parker. Sylvester Pennoyer (–) was an attorney, businessman, and politician in Oregon. Served as Governor of Oregon from to and major of Portland from to From the guide to the Sylvester Pennoyer scrapbook, , (Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries).
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Get this from a library. Sylvester Pennoyer, governor of Oregon, [Maude Davis Chapman]. Sylvester Pennoyer (July 6, – ) was an American educator, attorney, and politician in was born in Groton, New York, attended Harvard Law School, and moved to Oregon at age A Democrat, he served two terms as the eighth Governor of Oregon from to He joined the Populist cause in the early s and became the second Populist Party state governor in history.
Sylvester Pennoyer (July 6 – May 30 ) was an American educator, attorney, and politician in Oregon. He was born in New York, attended Harvard Law School, and moved to Oregon at age A populist Democrat, he served two terms as governor of Oregon from to SYLVESTER PENNOYER was born in Groton, New York and educated at Harvard University Law School.
In he moved to Oregon, where he began teaching, and he soon rose to become Superintendent of Multnomah County schools. He also partnered in a successful lumbering and manufacturing company, and he became editor and later owner of Oregon’s [ ]. Oregon Governor Sylvester Pennoyer served two terms from He was a champion of the working man.
His outrageous quips frequently appeared in national papers. One of Oregon’s most colorful characters served two terms as the governor of the state. Sylvester Pennoyer: | | | |Sylvester Pennoyer| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
HON. SYLVESTER PENNOYER. - Sylvester Pennoyer, the present governor Sylvester Pennoyer Oregon, was born in Groton, Tompkins county, in the State of New York, on July 6, His father was a pioneer in that section of the country, having moved from Dutchess county in.
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Benson: March 1, J Republican 1 ⁄ 3: found: Sylvester Pennoyer scrapbook, finding aid (Sylvester Pennoyer (borndied ) was an attorney, businessman, and politician in Oregon. He served as Governor of Oregon from to and mayor of Portland from to ).
Governor's Name State Time in Office Party; Gov. John A. Kitzhaber: Oregon: - - Democrat: Gov. Ted Kulongoski. Inaugural Address Of Governor Sylvester Pennoyer: To The Legislative Assembly Of The State Of Oregon. Fourteenth Regular Session, [Sylvester Pennoyer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Sylvester Pennoyer (July 6, – ) was an American educator, attorney, and politician in Oregon. He was born in Groton, New York, attended Harvard Law School, and moved to Oregon at age A Democrat, he served two terms as the eighth Governor of Oregon from to He joined the Populist cause in the early s and became the second Populist Party state governor in.
Sylvester Pennoyer; 8th Governor of Oregon; In office Janu – Janu Preceded by: Zenas Ferry Moody: Succeeded by: William Paine Lord: 30th Mayor of Portland, Oregon; In office – Preceded by: George P.
Frank: Succeeded by: William S. Mason. Biennial message of Governor Sylvester Pennoyer to the Legislative Assembly, eighteenth regular session, Name(s): Oregon Governor ( Pennoyer), author Pennoyer, Sylvester,author Oregon Office of the Governor, issuing body Oregon.
If there were a category in the Guinness Book of World Records for the state with the crankiest former governor, Oregon would surely hold the title. The state would have earned the record inwhen it elected Sylvester Pennoyer. And Pennoyer would have clinched it seven years later with a telegram he shot off to the President of the United.
Governor Sylvester × ; 24 KB Oregon-Hon. Sylvester Pennoyer, the Governor-elect - photo by Brown. Nova Scotia-The seized American schooner "J.D. Adams" (i.e., David J.
Adams) as she appears lying at the wharf at Digby - LCCNjpg 4, × 5,; MB. Get this from a library. Sylvester Pennoyer dictation: Salem, Oregon, ?. [Sylvester Pennoyer; James A Moore] -- Brief resumé of the career of the recently elected () Governor of Oregon, recorded by J.A.
Moore; with additional notes on his political philosophy contributed by Pennoyer (1. Sylvester Pennoyer () By Tom Marsh Sylvester Pennoyer was a Democratic governor () and mayor of Portland () in a time when Oregon was an overwhelmingly Republican state.
A charismatic speaker and champion of the underdog, particularly Oregon's farmers and its expanding class of white. Inwhile still Governor of Oregon, Pennoyer donated acres of land to Portland for a park. This park was dedicated ingiving the park its name as Pennoyer Park.
Sylvester Pennoyer, Oregon’s eighth governor. During his first year in office, as many as 35 Chinese miners were gunned down at a camp in Oregon.
The killers were known, but no one was ever. Zenas Ferry Moody: | | | |Zenas Ferry Moody| | | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.Governor Pennoyer () Sylvester Pennoyer.
Photo credit: Oregon Historical Society via Wikepedia. Inaugural Address (Digitally available via the Hathi Trust) 15th Legislative Assembly. 16th Legislative Assembly. 17th Legislative.Early life. Zenas Ferry Moody was born onin Granby, Massachusetts, to Thomas Hovey and Hannah Ferry.
The family immigrated to Oregon Territory intraveling the Isthmus of Panama route. Moody was a surveyor and store keeper in Brownsville, Oregon until moving to Illinois in He then returned to Oregon in when he settled in The Dalles.