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Sam Houston - the only man in American History to be elected governor of two states, Tennessee and Texas; he was a citizen of four nations (United States, Cherokee, Mexico, Texas). He was General of the Texas revolutionary army; President of the Republic of Texas; and US Senator for Texas. A man of convictions, with his cane, he publicly beat the US Representative of Ohio on Pennsylvania Avenue for publicly maligning his reputation.
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Rufus R. Dawes was born in Morgan County in 1838. He attended Marietta College, fought at Gettysburg, was promoted to General, and served in the US House of Representatives. Here he is in full regalia in front of his house at 508 4th St on May 31, 1899, a few months before his death.
19th President of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes (Delaware, OH) - Also served as Governor of OH, a US Representative, was a Major General for the Union in the Civil War, and was one of the founders of The Ohio State University
Former Canadian Minister of Defense Paul Hellyer testified before a half-dozen former US representatives that aliens not only exist and real but they live among us right here on planet Earth for thousands of years. Hellyer is the first and only cabinet-ranking official from a G8 nation to publicly state extraterrestrials are an undeniable fact.
John A. Hyman (July 23, 1840 – September 14, 1891) John Hyman, enslaved until 1865, was the first African American to represent North Carolina in Congress, serving from 1875 to 1877 (44th Congress) in the U.S. House of Representatives. He served on the Manufactures committee. Hyman became active in politics in his twenties, and served in North Carolina's State Senate for six years prior to his election to the U.S. House of Representatives.