F. A. Chenoweth letter to Governor Fayette McMullin
|Title||F. A. Chenoweth letter to Governor Fayette McMullin concerning martial law in Washington Territory 6 March 1858.|
|Author||Chenoweth, F. A. (Francis A.), b. ca. 1821|
|Contents||Letter to Gov. McMullin from F. A. Chenoweth, a justice on the Territorial Supreme Court, concerning his role in and opinions on the controversy over the proclamation of martial law by the previous governor, Isaac I. Stevens.|
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|Notes||Letter consists of 8 leaves, with the first two leaves blank. This is followed by a five page transcription.|
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