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Letters Relating to the Efforts to Impeach Governor Harrison Reed During the Reconstruction Era

From: Governor, State Governors' Incoming Correspondence, 1857-1888, Series 577

Letters Relating to the Efforts to Impeach Governor Harrison Reed During the Reconstruction Era

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Executive Office
Tallahassee, July 2, 1868


Colonel John T. Sprague
Commanding District of Florida
Colonel

I have the honor to inform
you that the state government provide[d] under the new Con-
stitution [sic] for the State of Florida, in accordance with the
Reconstruction Laws of congress, has been duly inagu-
rated & all the conditions precedent to the admission
of the State into the federal Union have been com-
plied with & our Representatives admitted to Congress.
with high respect I am, Colonel
Your obt servt
Harrison Reed
Governor