Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1793 - 1999. Superintendent's Diary
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Frank Wheeler Mondell (1860-1939), a Republican politician, came to northeastern Wyoming in 1887 as a coal prospector and developer of the Cambria mines. He was a founder of Newcastle, Wyoming, and served as its first mayor from 1889-1895. Mondell was elected to the first Wyoming Senate in 1890. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives in the 54th (1895-1897) and 56th-67th Congresses (1899-1923), where one of his primary interests was public land issues. Mondell was majority floor leader d...
Francis E. Warren was appointed Territorial Governor of Wyoming by President Chester A. Arthur. He served from February 28, 1885 to November 11, 1886 and served a second term when appointed by President Benjamin Harrison from April 9, 1889 to October 11, 1890. Warren was born in Hinsdale, Berkshire County, Massachusetts on June 20, 1844 and attended the common schools in his area and Hinsdale Academy. During the Civil War, Warren enlisted and fought with the Company C, 49th Regiment, Massachuset...