Biographical Directory of the Governors of the United States

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Biographical Directory of the Governors of the United States 1978-1983

Edited by

John W. Raimo

Meckler Publishing 1985

11 Ferry Lane West, Westport, CT 06880

3 Henrietta Street, London WC2E 8LU, England

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Table of contents

  • Also in This Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Prefatory Note vii
  • Contributing Authors ix
  • Alabama 2
  • Alaska 10
  • Arizona 16
  • Arkansas 24
  • California 36
  • Colorado 40
  • Delaware 50
  • Florida 54
  • Georgia 62
  • Hawaii 66
  • Idaho 70
  • Illinois 74
  • Indiana 78
  • Iowa 86
  • Kansas 91
  • Kentucky 98
  • Louisiana 106
  • Maine 114
  • Massachusetts 132
  • Michigan 142
  • Minnesota 146
  • Mississippi 154
  • Missouri 162
  • Montana 170
  • Nebraska 178
  • Nevada 188
  • New Hampshire 196
  • New Jersey 208
  • New York 224
  • North Carolina 228
  • North Dakota 232
  • Ohio 240
  • Oklahoma 244
  • Oregon 252
  • Pennsylvania 260
  • Rhode Island 268
  • South Carolina 272
  • South Dakota 278
  • Tennessee 290
  • Texas 298
  • Utah 306
  • Vermont 310
  • Virginia 314
  • Washington 322
  • Wisconsin 334
  • Wyoming 342
  • Appendix 347
  • Index 349
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