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Hubbard, Richard Bennett, 1832-1901

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Personal name headingHubbard, Richard Bennett, 1832-1901
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See alsoTexas. Governor (1876-1879 : Hubbard)
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedTyler (Tex.)
Birth date1832-11-01
Death date1901-07-12
Place of birthWalton County (Ga.)
Place of deathTyler (Tex.)
AffiliationMercer University
Harvard Law School
Texas. Legislature. House of Representatives
Texas. Governor
Profession or occupationLawyers Legislators Governors
Found inHis The U.S. in the Far East, 1903.
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Portraits of Texas Governors web page, May 23, 2016: (Richard B. Hubbard, Dec. 1, 1876-Jan. 21, 1879; graduated from Mercer College, 1851, and Harvard Law School, 1853; moved to Texas and practiced law in Tyler; elected Richard Coke's Lt. Gov., in 1873 and 1876; Pres. Grover Cleveland appointed Hubbard U.S. minister to Japan, 1885-1889; his book, The United States and the Far East, was published in 1899)
Handbook of Texas Online, May 23, 2016: (Richard Bennett (Dick) Hubbard was born in Walton County, Georgia, on Nov. 1, 1832; died in Tyler, July 12, 1901)
Legislative Reference Library of Texas, Governors of Texas, 1846-present web page, May 23, 2016: (Richard B. Hubbard, member, Texas House of Representatives, 1859-1861; Lt. Governor, Jan. 15, 1874-Dec. 1, 1876)
Associated languageeng