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  William Clark Named Governor
Category:  Politics and Government
Brief Description:  William Clark, one of the co-leaders of the Lewis and Clark exploration of the Louisiana Territory, was named governor of the Missouri Territory in 1813. In that position, he had veto power over all territorial legislation.
Year:  1813
Decade:  1810 - 1819
Beginning Date:    1813
Ending Date:     Dec. 31, 1813

Clark, William



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