Francis J. Dunn

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Francis J. Dunn was a Wisconsin politician.[1]

Dunn was appointed secretary of the Wisconsin Territory by President Martin Van Buren on January 25, 1841. He continued in office until Alexander P. Field took office on April 23, 1841.[2] Dunn served in the Wisconsin Territorial House of Representatives from Lafayette County in 1841.[3]


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  3. ^ 'History of Lafayette County, Wisconsin Containing An Account Of Its Settlement, Growth, Development, Resources,' Consul Willshire Butterfield, Western Historical Company: 1881, pg. 493