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ⓘ Silas G. Harris




                                     

ⓘ Silas G. Harris

Silas G. Harris was the Speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives in 1850.

At the same time serving as speaker of the house of representatives of Michigan, he served as a member of the Michigan house of representatives from Kent and Ottawa County on January 4, 1847 to 1850.

                                     
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  • hymenopterist specializing in gall wasps. In addition, he was the librarian of Silas Bronson Library in Waterbury, Connecticut. Bassett was born on September
  • Assembly, met from January 6 to May 13, 1846, during the second year of Silas Wright s governorship, in Albany. Under the provisions of the New York Constitution
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