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Charles Phillip Johnson

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Charles Phillip Johnson (January 18, 1836 - May 21, 1920) was an American politician and attorney who served as Missouri lieutenant governor from 1873 until 1875.

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Biography

Johnson was born in Lebanon, Illinois. His maternal grandparents were from Virginia. His mother was born in Kaskaskia, Illinois. His father was born in Philadelphia. He briefly attended McKendree College.[1]

Johnson had been a newspaper editor for two years before he took up the study of law. Four years later he became city attorney in St. Louis. Johnson had helped organize Missouri troops for the Union cause during the Civil War. He served in the Missouri legislature before and after his term as lieutenant governor. In the 1880s, when the James–Younger Gang was breaking up the strong Union-supporter was one of the defense attorneys for Frank James. Johnson taught law at Washington University for many years.[2]

References

  1. ^ A. J. D. Stewart, ed. (1898). The History of the Bench and Bar of Missouri: With Reminiscences of the Prominent Lawyers of the Past, and a Record of the Law's Leaders of the Present. St. Louis, Missouri: The Legal Publishing Company. pp. 230–233.
  2. ^ Bob Piddy (1982). Across Our Wide Missouri: Volume I, January through June. Independence, MO: Independence Press. pp. 46–47.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Vacant
Lieutenant Governor of Missouri
1873–1875
Succeeded by
Norman Jay Coleman
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