Adams, Robert Huntington, 1792-1830

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Born in Virginia, Adams trained as a cooper before reading law. He began his legal career in Nashville, Tennessee, before moving to Natchez, Mississippi, where he became a prominent attorney and well-known speaker. He represented the city of Natchez in the Mississippi legislature and in 1830 was elected to the United States Senate where his service was cut short by his death that same year.

From the description of Adams, Robert H., papers, 1820-1834. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 20327741

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Birth 1792

Death 1830-07-02

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