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Edwards, Richard; Hopewell, M.; Ashley, William; Barry, James G.; Belt and Priest; Casey, John; Hall, W.; Labaum, Louis A.; Leduc, Mary Philip; Lisa, Manuel; O'Fallon, Benjamin; Piernas; Port Folio; Risley, W.; Stoddard, Amos; Williams, Henry W.; Yore, John E. Edwards's Great West and Her Commercial Metropolis, Embracing a General View of the West, and a Complete History of St. Louis, from the Landing of Ligueste, in 1764, to the Present Time; with Portraits and Biographies of Some of the Old Settlers, and Many of the Most Prominent Buisiness Men . St. Louis: Office of Edwards's Monthly, A Journal of Progress, 1860. [format: book], [genre: biography; history; letter; narrative]. Permission: St. Louis Mercantile Library
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Succession of the Mayors of St. Louis.

The first city charter bears date December 9th, 1822. The succession of mayors since that date has been as follows:

DATE. MAYORS. DATE. MAYORS.
1823 to 1829 William Carr Lane 1846 Peter G. Camden.
1829 to 1833 Daniel D. Page. [78] 1847 Bryan Mullanphy.
1833 to 1835 John W. Johnson. 1848 John M. Krum.
1835 to 1838. John F. Darby. 1849 James G. Barry.
1838 to 1840 William Carr Lane. 1850 to 1853. Luther M. Kennett.
1840 John F. Darby. 1853 to 1855. John How.
1841 John D. Daggett. 1855 Washington King.
1842 George Maguire. 1856 John How.
1843 John M. Wimer. 1857 John M. Wimer.
1844 to 1840. Bernard Pratte. 1858-9 Oliver D. Filley.

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Edwards, Richard; Hopewell, M.; Ashley, William; Barry, James G.; Belt and Priest; Casey, John; Hall, W.; Labaum, Louis A.; Leduc, Mary Philip; Lisa, Manuel; O'Fallon, Benjamin; Piernas; Port Folio; Risley, W.; Stoddard, Amos; Williams, Henry W.; Yore, John E. Edwards's Great West and Her Commercial Metropolis, Embracing a General View of the West, and a Complete History of St. Louis, from the Landing of Ligueste, in 1764, to the Present Time; with Portraits and Biographies of Some of the Old Settlers, and Many of the Most Prominent Buisiness Men . St. Louis: Office of Edwards's Monthly, A Journal of Progress, 1860. [format: book], [genre: biography; history; letter; narrative]. Permission: St. Louis Mercantile Library
Persistent link to this document: http://lincoln.lib.niu.edu/file.php?file=edwards.html
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