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By none, Dr. James J. Barnes, Patience P. Barnes

Wabash collage in Indiana despatched extra infantrymen to the Civil conflict proportional to its dimension than the other collage in the USA. This e-book, the results of twenty-five years of historical past scholars' study tasks at modern day Wabash, information the five hundred scholars' lives in pioneer Indiana, within the warfare (over a hundred battles) and after the battle.

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By the time he entered Wabash in the fall of 1858, his home was Lima, Ohio. He was enrolled in the Preparatory Department for two years, during which time his family moved to Nottawa Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. In the autumn of 1860, young Akey enrolled in Jefferson College (now Washington and Jefferson College) in Washington, Pennsylvania, as a member of the freshman class. He might have continued as a sophomore, but the Civil War intervened. On 15 May 1861 he was mustered into the Tenth Reserve Regiment, later known as the Thirty-Ninth Pennsylvania Volunteers, and was described as 5 feet 6 ½ inches tall, with dark complexion, grey eyes, and dark hair.

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He retained this position for the next ten years, although he changed his residence in 1881 to Walla Walla. In the federal elections of 1888, he was elected to represent Washington Territory in the United States Congress, serving from 4 March to 11 November 1889, when Washington became a state. Allen then was elected one of Washington’s new senators, serving from 20 November 1889 to 3 March 1893. Following his congressional career, Allen resumed practicing law in Seattle, where he died on 28 January 1903.

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