Augustus W. Bradford journals
Daily record kept by Augustus W. Bradford to show his actions as head of State; mainly concerns appointments and pardons. (Entries all recorded in third person.)
- 1862 - 1865
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Biographical / Historical
Augustus W. Bradford was a lawyer and a Whig politician. In 1862 he was elected Governor of Maryland until 1866. He helped to secure a new Constitution for Maryland in 1864. Surveyor for Port of Baltimore under President Johnson.
0.84 Linear Feet (4 volumes in 2 boxes)
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Scope and Contents
Box 1 has 1862 and 1863. Box 2 has 1864 and 1865.
- Guide to the Augustus W. Bradford journals
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- 2021-09-15: Manually entered into ArchivesSpace by Mallory Herberger.