Graham, George FrederickVariant names
George Graham (1770-1830) served as acting US Secretary of War from 1815-1818, president of the Washington branch of the Bank of America from 1817-1823, and from 1823-1830 as commissioner of the general land office of the United States. In 1818 Graham traveled to Galveston, Texas on a secret mission to obtain information on French exiles in Texas. He also inspected the Texas coast with pirate Jean Lafitte and wrote an account of his mission, the first Anglo-American description of a sea voyage to Texas.
From the description of Graham, George, letter, 1824. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 85277441
Cass was the territorial governor of Michigan, 1813-1831, and Graham was an agent in the Indian Affairs Office, later the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
From the description of Correspondence, 1824. (Clarke Historical Library). WorldCat record id: 41091618
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|associatedWith||Foot, Samuel Augustus, 1780-1846.||person|
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|associatedWith||Roberts, W. H. S. (William Henry Sherwood), 1834-1917.||person|
|associatedWith||Sitherwood, Frances Grimes, b. 1859.||person|
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