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The following were petitioners to the United States Government for the creation of the Territory of Columbia.

G. N. McConaha president
R. J. White secretary.

Commettee: Quincy A. Brooks, D. S. Maynard, William W. Plumb, Alfred Cook, J. R. Jackson, E. L. Finch, A. F. Scott, F. A. Clarke, C. S. Hathaway, E. A. Allen, E. H. Winslow, Seth Catlin, and N. Stone.

Petitioners

G. N. McConaha,
Seth Catlin,
R. J. White,
J. N. Law,
Q. A. Brooks,
C. C. Terry,
C. S. Hathaway,
A. J. Simmons,
E. H. Winslow,
S. Plomondon,
A. Cook,
H. A. Goldsborongh,
A. F. Scott,
G. Drew,
W. N. Bell,
M. T. Simmons,
A. A. Denny,
H. C. Wilson,
L. M. Collins,
L. B. Hastings,
G. B. Roberts,
S. S. Ford, Sen.,
N. Stone,
B. C. Armstrong,
L. H. Davis,
J. Fowler,
C. H. Hale,
A. Crawford,
S. D. Rundell,
H. D. Huntington,
E. J. Allen,
W. A. L. McCorkle,
A. B. Dillenbaugh,
N. Ostrander,
J. R. Jackson,
C. F. Porter,
D. S. Maynard,
E. L. Finch,
F. A. Clarke,
H. Miles,
Wm. W. Plumb,
P. W. Crawford,
A. Wylie,
S. P. Moses.

Cong. Globe, 1832-3, 541; Colombian, Dec. 11, 1832; Oregon Statesman, Jan. 1, 1853; Olympia Standard, May 9, 1868.

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