Proclamation appointing a governor for North Carolina

Johnson, Andrew
August 2017
Proclamation Appointing a Governor for North Carolina;8/1/2017, p760
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Presents the proclamation by the president of the United States Andrew Johnson appointing William W. Holden as provisional governor of North Carolina on May 29, 1865. The appointment to restore civil government to the state following the Civil War; Holden's duty and authority as governor; Qualifications for choosing delegates, electors and for membership of a convention; Departments of the United States government to aid the provisional governor.


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