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Timothy O. Howe Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: February 24, 1816 in Livermore, Maine
Died: March 25, 1883 in Washington, District of Columbia
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Timothy Otis Howe (1816-1883), a Republican, represented Wisconsin in the US Senate for three terms (1861-1879). An abolitionist, he supported stringent Reconstruction in the South and voted for the removal of President Andrew Johnson. He served on the commission which purchased the Black Hills territory from the Sioux. Defeated for re-election in 1878, he was a delegate to the International Monetary Conference in Paris in 1881, and was appointed that year as President Arthur's Postmaster General from December 1881 until his death.   

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