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George Laird Shoup (J – Decem ) was the first Governor of Idaho, and also its last territorial governor. He served several months after statehood in and then became one of the state's first United States ent: Benjamin Harrison. This statue of George Laird Shoup was given by Idaho in to the National Statuary Hall Collection.
Shoup was the first governor of the state of Idaho and served in the U.S. Senate from George Laird Shoup was born in Kittaning, Pennsylvania, on J Excerpt from Statue of Hon. George Laird Shoup: Late a Senator From Idaho; Erected in Statuary Hall of the Capitol at Washington; Proceedings in the House of Representatives and the Senate on the Occasion of the Reception and Acceptance of the Statue Form the State of IdahoAuthor: Unknown Author.
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Price New from Author: na. Get this from a library. Statue of Hon. George Laird Shoup, late a senator from Idaho, erected in Statuary Hall of the Capitol at Washington. Proceedings in the House of Representatives and the Senate on the occasion of the reception and acceptance of the statue.
George Laird Shoup was born in Kittaning, Pennsylvania, on J The financial panic of left the family with virtually nothing. Two years later, Shoup went to the Colorado Territory to engage in mining and merchandising near Pike's Peak.
George Laird Shoup (born J in Kittanning, Pennsylvania - died Decem in Boise, Idaho) was the first Governor of Idaho, serving a short time after statehood in before becoming one of the state's first United States Senators.
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Congress: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Pioneer settler, soldier, miner, businessman, and public servant, George Laird Shoup died in Boise, Idaho, Decem When the time came to nominate someone to represent Idaho in statuary hall in Congress, Shoup was chosen.
His statue was installed in Get this from a library. Statue of Hon. George Laird Shoup, late a senator from Idaho, erected in Statuary Hall of the Capitol at Washington: proceedings in the House of Representatives and the Senate on the occasion of the reception and acceptance of the statue from the state of Idaho.
[United States. Congress; United States. Congress. George Laird Shoup (J – Decem ) was the first Governor of Idaho, serving a short time after statehood in before becoming one of the state's first United States Senators.
After being devastated financially in the panic ofShoup moved to Colorado Territory in to engage in mining and merchandising near. National Statuary Hall is a chamber in the United States Capitol devoted to sculptures of prominent hall, also known as the Old Hall of the House, is a large, two-story, semicircular room with a second story gallery along the curved perimeter.
Born Jin Kittanning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, and educated in the public schools of Freeport and Slate Lick, George Laird Shoup moved to Galesburg, Illinois with his father in In he joined the gold rush to Pike's Peak, Colorado, becoming a prospector, miner, and merchant.
George Laird Shoup Papers, Overview of the Collection Creator Shoup, George Laird, Title George Laird Shoup Papers Dates (inclusive) Quantity cubic feet Collection Number MG (collection) Summary Correspondence and business records of the Shoup Store in Salmon, Id.; also photographs of early Salmon.
U.S. Congress. Statue of Hon. George Laird Shoup, Late a Senator from Idaho, Erected in Statuary Hall of the Capitol at Washington. 61st Cong., 2d sess., Washington: Government Printing Office, ) More information about George Laird Shoup can be found.
Idaho’s choices are early 20th Century U.S. Senator William Edgar Borah and the state’s first governor, George Laird Shoup. On the Web: National Statutory Hall Collection - Architect of the Author: Chris Lehman. Shoup, George Laird (–) governor, U.S. senator; born in Kittanning, Pa.
He sold mining goods in Colorado, serving as an army scout in the Southwest during the Civil War (–64). Moving to Idaho, he led that territory to statehood, becoming Republican governor (–90).
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The original sculpture is located in the rotunda of the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond, Virginia, and has been copied : Jean-Antoine Houdon.
English: The National Statuary Hall Collection in the United States Capitol is comprised of statues donated by individual states to honor persons notable in their history. The entire collection now consists of statues contributed by 50 states. All fifty states have contributed two statues each.Shoup, George Laird.
(Governor ) This folder contains a brief biographical sketch, an article on the Shoup statue in the Capitol, and a newspaper article on Shoup .George Smith has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. George Smith’s most popular book is The Chaldean Account of Genesis.