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Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, 1818-1862

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Personal name headingStevens, Isaac Ingalls, 1818-1862
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Variant(s)Stevens, I. I. (Isaac Ingalls), 1818-1862
Stevens, Isaac I., 1818-1862
See alsoWashington Territory. Governor (1853-1857 : Stevens)
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedOlympia (Wash.) Washington (State)
Birth date1818-03-25
Death date1862-09-01
Place of birthAndover (Mass.)
Place of deathChantilly (Va.)
Profession or occupationGovernors
Found inHis A true copy of the record of the official proceedings at the council in the Walla Walla Valley, 1855, c1985: CIP t.p. (Isaac Ingalls Stevens)
Mathiot, G. On the electrotyping operations of the U.S. Coast Survey, 1852: t.p. (Major I. I. Stevens, assistant in charge of the Coast Survey)
LC data base, 6-28-85 (hdg.: Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, 1818-1862)
NUCMC data from Eastern Wash. State Hist. Soc. Libr. for His Papers, 1822-1939 (Isaac I. Stevens; Isaac Stevens; b. 1818 in Andover, Mass.; grad. of West Point; served in Mexican War, 1846-47; Indian agent for Wash. Terr.; chief of Northern Pacific Railroad survey; governor of Wash. Ter., 1853; territ. deleg. to Congr, 1857; major general in Union Army; killed at Chantilly, Va. in 1862)
Stevens, H. The life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens, 1900 p. 11 (3rd of 7 children born to Isaac Stevens (1785-1862) & Hannah Cummins Stevens (b. Oct. 23, 1785; m. Sept. 29, 1814, d. Nov. 3, 1827); Isaac Ingalls b. March 25, 1818); p. 77 (m. Margaret L. Hazard Sept. 8, 1842); p. 499 (Major-General Isaac Ingalls Stevens; d. Sept. 1, 1862, Battle of Chantilly, Civil War)
Johansen, Bruce E. Encyclopedia of Native American biography, 1997: pages 371-372 (Isaac Ingalls Stevens; was appointed by President Franklin Pierce as governor of Washington on March 2, 1853. Born in Andover, Massachusetts and graduated from West Point Military Academy in 1839. Wrested from the Indians most of the present-day states of Montana, Idaho, and Washington.)
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