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John Lind served four terms in the United States House of Representatives, representing the Second Congressional District from 1887 to 1893, and the Fifth District in 1903-1905. He was elected Governor of Minnesota in 1898, and served one term. Thereafter he moved from New Ulm to Minneapolis and pr...
Floyd Bjornstjerne Olson, Governor of Minnesota, died on August 22, 1936. He was forty-four years old. On January 30, 1937, John B. Devaney, former Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, delivered a memorial to him in Hennepin County District Court. ...
John Albert Johnson, a Democrat, was elected governor of Minnesota in 1904, 1906 and 1908. He served from January 1905 to his death at age fifty-eight on September 21, 1909.
In 1904 Harlan Page Hall (1838-1907), a prominent journalist in St. Paul, published "Observations: Being More or Less a History of Political Contests in Minnesota from 1849 to 1904."