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U.S. Congressional Election, KY-11, 1894 Eagle Device



2013-05-02 - Photo by Mike Watson. David Grant Colson, of Bell County, KY, finally was the Republican Party, and won the right to run "Under the sign of the Eagle," the official party emblem before the log cabin was adopted. His Democratic Party opponent was Jamestown, Russell County, KY native George E. Stone, 42, who, at the time, was a practicing attorney at Liberty, Casey County, KY. Colson served from March 4, 1895 to March 3, 1899. - Michael Watson (See Wikipedia entry: David Grant Colsson
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