ALS: to James W. Grimes, [1864?].

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McKay, Donald, 1810-1880. ALS: to James W. Grimes, [1864?].

ALS: to James W. Grimes, [1864?].

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Donald McKay was a naval architect and shipbuilder of Boston, famed as a designer and builder of clipper ships. When wooden ships were threatened with obsolescence after 1857, McKay travelled in Europe, where he studied British and French naval matters thoroughly. McKay became a leading advocate of steam-screw ironclads for the U.S. Navy during the Civil War, but his designs were eventually rejected, primarily because their grand scale exceeded the ability of manufacturers to execute them. ...

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American lawyer, legislator, governor of Iowa. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Burlington, Iowa, to William W. Belknap, 1871 Dec. 29. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270498820 Grimes was member of the Iowa Territorial Legislature (1838-1839, 1843-1844); governor of Iowa (1854-1858) and U.S. senator from Iowa (1859-1869). He was born and educated in New Hampshire. After school, he began his law practice in Burlington, Iowa, part of the Black Hawk Purchase ter...

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