4 edition of William S. Steward. found in the catalog.
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Stewart 1908 in May 1905 he moved with his new wife and her daughter to the Bullfrog Mining District Nevadawhere he started a law firm and law library. A History of Dupont Circle: Center of High Society in the Capital. They were wed on October 26, 1903, in theAtlanta, Georgia. He arrived inand soon left to begin mining near. Foote, was killed in a motor-car accident in California. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.
Stewart's role as a lawyer and politician in Nevada has always been controversial. "Henry Stuart Foote in California Politics, 1854-1857". Political career [ ] Further information: California [ ] In 1851 Stewart ran for sheriff ofand the next year, in February, he was at the Whig State Convention in Sacramento, where he was named a delegate to the party's national convention.
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Personal [ ] Stewart was born inon August 9, 1825. The Journal of Southern History. Judgewho had served with Stewart in the U. Marriages [ ] Stewart was married to Annie Elizabeth Foote, daughter of his law partner,on May 31, 1855. Most famously, Stewart is given credit for authoring in 1868 the to the protecting voting rights regardless of race, William S.
Steward., or previous condition of servitude.
They were wed on October 26, 1903, in the , Atlanta, Georgia.
United States Senate [ ] In 1864, Stewart was named by the to the as a.
He was cremated and the ashes were originally kept in Laurel Hill Cemetery in San Francisco before being moved to in.