Henry E. Prickett
|Henry E. Prickett|
|Mayor of Boise, Idaho Territory|
November 19, 1867 – January 14, 1868
|Succeeded by||Thomas B. Hart|
|Died||June 14, 1885 (aged 56)
Prickett was declared mayor after the winner of the November 1867 mayoral election, L. B. Lindsay, was disqualified. A new mayoral election was held in January 1868, won by Thomas B. Hart.
In 1871 Prickett ran for a full one-year term as Boise mayor as a Radical Republican. He was narrowly defeated by John Hailey, who never assumed the office. According to city records incumbent mayor Charles Himrod served the ensuing term.
- Mayors of Boise - Past and Present
- Idaho State Historical Society Reference Series, Corrected List of Mayors, 1867-1996
- Paseman, Sue; Todd Shallat. "Boise’s Two Month Mayor: Henry Prickett". Mayoral Albums: Portraits of the Boise Mayors. Retrieved 11 February 2011.
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