James Duane Doty: Frontier Promoter, Volume 3
Biography of James Duane Doty (1799-1865), who was born in New York, was a lawyer and judge in western Michigan, and in Wisconsin where he was also Governor. He served as Superintendent of Indian Affairs in the territory of Utah, and in 1863 was appointed Governor of that territory. He died in office and (at his dying request) was buried in Salt Lake City.
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