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|John Albion Andrew
John Albion Andrew was born in 1818 in Windham, Maine. He was the son of Nancy Green Pierce and Jonathan Andrew. He was the Governor of Massachusetts from 1860-1866, and formed the famous 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, the first regiment in the United States made up entirely of enlisted men of color.
He passed away in 1867 and is buried at Hingham Cemetery in Hingham, Massachusetts.
This man was a remarkable speech writer and speaker! Make sure to check out some of his speeches.
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