David Day (Minnesota politician)

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David Day
4th Speaker of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives
In office
1853–1854
Preceded by John D. Ludden
Succeeded by Nathan C. D. Taylor
Personal details
Born 1825
Died 1896
Residence Long Prairie, Minnesota

David Day (1825–1896) was a politician from Minnesota Territory and a former member of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives, representing Long Prairie, Minnesota. Ludden served as Speaker of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives in 1853.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
John D. Ludden
Speaker of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives
1853–1854
Succeeded by
Nathan C. D. Taylor