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The residents of Graham County are petitioning in a letter to Governor John P. St. John that he official by law recognize the area as a "bona fide" county. The petitioners go on to recommend that Abram T. Hall be appointed as census taker of the county in question. The letter provides a list of names of individuals who have resided in Graham County for more than six months and are notarized by E. P. McCabe as citizens.

Date: October 11, 1879

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Item Number: 211976
Call Number: Governor's Records, St. John Correspondence Received, Box 8 Folder 4
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211976

A. T. Hall, Jr. and E. P. McCabe to Governor John P. St. John Noah Allen to Governor John St. John Isaiah T. Montgomery to Governor John P. St. John

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