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Lucius Hubbard

Photograph of Lucius Hubbard
Title: Photograph of Lucius Hubbard
Type: Photograph
Date: ca. 1875
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: Before becoming Governor of Minnesota, Hubbard was a newspaper editor and businessman in Red Wing. He served with honor in the Civil War and the Spanish-American War.
Sword and Scabbard
Title: Sword and Scabbard
Type: Object
Date: 1898
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: This sword and scabbard was given to Hubbard by the citizens of Red Wing.
Request for Hubbard's Promotion
Title: Request for Hubbard's Promotion
Type: Document
Date: 1864
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: In 1864, an officer of the army requested that Hubbard be given a promotion for his brave performance as a soldier and leader in battle.
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Newspaper Article
Title: Newspaper Article
Type: Newspaper
Date: 1861
Source: Goodhue County Republican

Description: Hubbard was the editor of the Goodhue County Republican and issued this note about the newspaper's delivery during the Civil War.
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Biennial Message From Governor Hubbard
Title: Biennial Message From Governor Hubbard
Type: Document
Date: 1883
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: Hubbard discussed the status of the Minnesota Board of Health in his biennial message to the legislature.
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Obituary Notice
Title: Obituary Notice
Type: Newspaper
Date: 1913
Source: Minneapolis Journal

Description: Hubbard's obituary was published in the Minneapolis Journal following his death in 1913.
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