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Governor Henry Clay Warmoth

Henry Clay Warmoth, the twenty-third governor of Louisiana, was widely considered a “carpetbagger,” a northerner who moved South after the Civil War. He was suspended from office thirty-five days before the end of his term.

Creator King, Paul (Artist)
Coverage Early 20th Century
Category Art, History
Topics
Regions Greater New Orleans
Time Periods Civil War Period, Reconstruction Period
Index letter W
Medium Painting
Repository Louisiana State Museum
Collection Name Paintings from the Louisiana State Museum
ID Number 11182
Copyright Copyrighted
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