Address of John S. Phelps, of Missouri, to his constituents.

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PHELPS, John Smith, (son of Elisha Phelps), a Representative from Missouri; born in Simsbury, Hartford County, Conn., Decem ; attended the common schools and was graduated from Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Simsbury; moved to Springfield, Greene County, Mo., in ; member of the State house.

During his tenure as governor, Phelps supported currency reform and increased support for public education. He retired inpraised as one of Missouri’s best governors.

John Smith Phelps died in St. Address of John S. Phelps, Missouri. He rests in Hazelwood Cemetery in Springfield, Missouri.

See alsoPolitical party: Democratic. During his tenure as governor, Phelps supported currency reform and increased to his constituents. book for public education.

He retired inpraised as one of Missouri’s best governors. John Smith Phelps died in St. Louis, Missouri. He rests in Hazelwood Cemetery in Springfield, Missouri. See alsoBorn: DecemSimsbury, Connecticut.

Phelps County, named for congressman John S. Phelps, was organized in The county seat is Rolla. These collections deal in some manner with Phelps County, Missouri.

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John S. Phelps () served in the Missouri state legislature,in Congress,and as governor of Missouri, Collection contains two volumes of notes and a typescript volume (74 pp.).

PHELPS, JOHN SMITH, (son of Elisha Phelps), a Representative from Missouri; born in Simsbury, Hartford County, Conn., Decem ; attended the common schools and was graduated from Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Simsbury; moved to Springfield, Greene County, Mo., in ; member of the State house.

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The Press And Public Opinion An Address Delivered Before the Womens City Club. Frank I Cobb. The Press And Public Opinion An Address De. Governor John S. Phelps - Autograph - Item Signature from the Missouri Governor. Signature: 'John S. Phelps/Springfield/Mo.', 5x3.

JOHN S. PHELPS (), a Democrat, represented Missouri in the U.S. Congress (). Shop for Governor John S. Phelps related autographs, signed photographs, historical documents and manuscripts from the world's largest collection.

John Smith Phelps, receipt, This is a receipt given by John S. Phelps at Ozark, Christian County, Missouri, to Jesse Jennings, administrator of the estate of George Yocum, deceased.

The receipt was for a retainer paid to Phelps for legal services involving the Yocum estate. He later served as a congressman and Missouri Governor. Phelps has written: 'Boundaries and descriptions of the school districts of Humboldt County'. Title (R) United States. Army.

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Missouri Infantry Regiment, Phelps’rmaster account book, Subject: These are accounts of Lt. Robert B. Owen, Quartermaster of Phelps s Regiment at Rolla, Lebanon and Springfield, Missouri, January May File Size: 43KB.

History of Clementine. For the general history of the area check our page with the History of Rolla and Phelps County. The state legislature created the county in and named it after John S. Phelps () congressman and state governor (). Cotton politics and personal illness doomed his attempt to establish a Union government in and led to his removal in John S.

Phelps was born on Decemin Simsbury, Connecticut, to Elisha Phelps and Lucy Smith Phelps; he was one of five children. His father was a sometime congressman (–, –). John S. Phelps John Smith Phelps, a Democrat, served from January to January Image is from the Library of Congress, and is undated but was taken between and Letter from General Samuel R.

Curtis to Abraham Lincoln reporting conflicts with Arkansas Governor John S. Phelps and Brigadier General Frederick Steele in carrying out his command of the Department of the Missouri, and requesting that Phelps be recalled.

October 4, In Judge McAfee was elected to represent the district in the constitutional convention, and with the exception of one or two now living, is the only survivor of the body that formulated the present constitution of Missouri.

In John S. Phelps was elected Governor of Missouri, and after serving his four year term retired from the law firm.

John S. Phelps was born on Missouri State Archives - Governors Records (John S. Marmaduke, ) Missouri State Archives - Governors Records (John Smith Phelps, ) Missouri State Archives - Governors Records (Lawrence Vest Stephens, ).

The regiment was enrolled between 28 July and May The final discharge was 14 November The Colonels in charge were Colonel Calley B. Holland, Colonel John S. Phelps, and Colonel Henry Sheppard.[1].

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John E. Phelps, Union officer during the American Civil War John M. Phelps, Republican President of the West Virginia John S.

Phelps, Governor of Missouri (–) John W. Phelps, American Civil War general and U.S. Presidential candidate () Josh Phelps 71%(93). The long-sought rehabilitation of the centerpiece of Missouri government faces a number of hurdles, ranging from the potential cost to how long the project will take.

John S. Marmaduke (, died in office), a former Confederate General, was the fourth and last (for now) bachelor governor. He also is the only son of a former governor (M.

Marmaduke, who served briefly after Thomas Reynolds committed suicide. Autograph book, x in., containing the signatures of 58 Senators (3 missing) and Representatives (20 missing). The book, marked Autographs and decorated in gilt, includes a number of loose pages, but all seem to be section has neatly lettered headings.Phelps County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S.

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state of of the census, the population The largest city and county seat is Rolla. The county was officially organized on Novemand was named after U.S. Representative and Governor of Missouri John Smith Phelps. According to the U.S.

Census Bureau, it included the mean center of U.S.History of Greene County, Missouri in connection with the death of Mr. C., that when the administrator of the estate, S.

W. McCorkle, presented his bond with John S. Phelps as surety, the court politicians, and prominent men of the county. The representative of the county voted for them, but the sentiment of his constituents was.