Samuel W. Dana
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Who is Samuel W. Dana?
Samuel W. Dana: Samuel Whittlesey Dana was an American lawyer and politician from Middletown, Connecticut. He represented Connecticut in both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.
- also known as Samuel Dana, Samuel Whittlesey Dana
- born on (255 years ago) in Wallingford
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Yale University
- profession: Politician
- died on (185 years ago) in Middletown
- written works: "Mr. Dana's motion for a defensive commercial armament", "Mr. Dana's motion", "Mr. Dana's motions", "Mr. Dana submitted the following motion for consideration", "A specimen of republican institutions", "Speech of Samuel W. Dana, Representative in Congress, on a resolution concerning Francis J. Jackson, minister plenipotentiary from Great Britain to the United States", "Mr. Dana, from the committee to whom the subject was referred, reported the following resolution, which was read and passed to a second reading", "Mr. Dana proposed to be added as a new section at the end of the Bill to Establish a System of Navigation for the United States", "Mr. Dana, from the committee to whom was referred the Bill Relative to Evidence in Cases of Naturalization, reported the same, with the following amendments", "Mr. Dana's motion for the benefit of American seamen", "Mr. Dana's motion to regulate the conduct of merchant vessels sailing in concert"
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Including Men of the Time ... and a Supplement by Francis Samuel Drake
Samuel W. Dana, U.S. senator, was bis son.
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