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FERGUSON, MIRIAM AMANDA WALLACE [MA]

who was governor of texas in 1934

Governor's Messages, 43rd Legislature, Fourth Called Session, October 12-29, 1934 14. Arrangement Arrangement is alphabetical by agency or position, then chronological. Criminal Appeals, Court of, November 16, 1932 - January 5, 1934 22-29. Continued as Methodist preacher and to be involved in community affairs. She has two grown sons, who, she says, will help her if she should need it in her work as governor.

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Texas Governor Miriam Amanda Ferguson: An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1912

who was governor of texas in 1934

After Pa left office, in 1924 she ran for governor and was elected-and served 1925—27. Treasury Department, March 6, 1925 - November 4, 1926 17. Langer proceeds to declare North Dakota independent. After deliberating, the Legislature agreed with the suggestion. Federal - Agriculture, Secretary of, May 22 - October 23, 1934 35. Postmasters and Federal, November 10, 1932 - February 1, 1933 17. Governor Greg Abbott today charged the Tri-Agency Workforce Initiative, to marshal the combined resources of the three agencies to carry forward the reforms adopted by the 86th Legislature through the passage of House Bill 3 and to identify strategies to address long-term workforce development needs across the state.

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Texas Governor's Mansion

who was governor of texas in 1934

Mexican Affairs - Rodriguez, Hilario, March 1 - May 24, 1933 29. It is the first Hollywood film to seriously deal with this subject. In October 1933, Ferguson signed into law Texas House Bill 194, which was instrumental in establishing the as a four-year institution. Copyright remains with the creator. Railroad Commission - Oil and Gas Division, October 2, 1933 - November 5, 1934 4-5.

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Miriam A. Ferguson

who was governor of texas in 1934

Confederate Homes, December 29, 1924 - August 25, 1925 21. Miscellaneous, July 25, 1925 - October 20, 1926, undated 5. Texas, University of, October 4, 1924, January 8 - August 1, 1925, undated 6-7. To date, is the most recent governor who never attended college, and is the most recent who attended college but did not graduate. Education, State Board of - Applications and Appointments, January 13, 1925 - February 17, 1926 11-26. Pharmacy, Board of, January 30 - August 3, 1925 23. Highway Department, January 13 - April 15, 1933 Box Folder 301-531 1-3.

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G. C. Morris [2847]

who was governor of texas in 1934

Butte, a former dean of the University of Texas law school. The most recent death of a former governor was that of served 1983—1987 , who died on August 5, 2017. Hughes, Russell, October 16-23, 1933 20. Protests - General, January 1, 1925, July 5 - November 15, 1926, undated 9-10. McDonald, regarded as the candidate of the Ferguson faction. During his tenure as a public servant he received numerous awards as an outstanding elected official.

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Texas Politics

who was governor of texas in 1934

Texas National Guard, January 22, 1925 - October 27, 1926 30-34. Interesting how things interconnect in unexpected ways. Hinojos, Efern, December 5, 1934 13. Embalmers, Board of, December 13, 1932 - February 1-3, 1934, undated 12. As Commissioner of the Queen she was both Chairperson of the Provincial States Council and Head of the Executive of elected members. Insurance Department, January 10-21, 1933, undated 3.

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Texas Politics

who was governor of texas in 1934

Control, Board of, January 7 - May 23, 1933 Box Folder 301-479 1-16. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. . Applications - General, December 30, 1924 - January 14, 1927 22. Governor's Office, February 1933 - December 1933 Box Folder 301-485 16-18. N, Puntarenas Costa Rica 1982-86 Governor N. Lyon, Granville, May 31 - June 14, 1933 29.

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Legislative Reference Library

who was governor of texas in 1934

State Deficiencies, March 11, 1933 - December 19, 1934 20-22. I think my favorite outlaw was Wild Bill Hickok who could be either good or bad depending on his mood of the day. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were both Texas natives. The two women shared something in common: their husbands had preceded them in office. State Normal Schools, December 13, 1932 - January 3, 1935, undated 23. Both are Democrats, and the husbands of both had been governors of their respective states. Confederate Homes, January 2 - September 28, 1933 12-21.

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