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James Henry Sadd Certificate of Citizenship

 Collection — Folder: MS File Box 2
Identifier: MS-73

Scope and Contents

Consists of a Certificate of Citizenship for James Henry Sadd, signed by the court clerk of Washington County, Oregon. on 28 October 1889.


  • 1889


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Collection is open for research.

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Biographical Note

James Henry Sadd was a native of Great Britain who immigrated to Oregon in the 19th century. Born about 1827, he was granted United States citizenship in 1889. He lived in a small unincorporated community named Thatcher in rural Washington Country, Oregon. It was located west of the town of Banks. Sadd died in 1913.


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An 1889 Certificate of Citizenship for James Henry Sadd, a immigrant to Oregon from Great Britain.


Housed in MS File Box 2.
Guide to the James Henry Sadd Certificate of Citizenship
Eva Guggemos
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Finding aid written in English.
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Repository Details

Part of the Pacific University Archives Repository

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