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Encyclopedia > J. Neely Johnson

John Neely Johnson (August 2, 1825August 31, 1872) (some sources have his first name as James) was a U.S. political figure. Born in Indiana, he became a lawyer, and moved to California during the Gold Rush. He served as the governor of California between September 5, 1855 and January 8, 1858. Inaugurated at the age of 31, John Neely Johnson was the youngest Governor of California. He later served as the president of the Nevada state constitution convention in 1864, and was elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Nevada.

Preceded by:
John Bigler
Governors of California Succeeded by:
John B. Weller

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J. Neely Johnson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (231 words)
John Neely Johnson (August 2, 1825 – August 31, 1872) (some sources have his first name as James) was a U.S. political figure.
Inaugurated at the age of 31, John Neely Johnson was the youngest Governor of California.
He later served as the president of the Nevada state constitution convention in 1864, and was elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Nevada.
The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Johnson, J. (1251 words)
Johnson, J. — of Chester (unknown county), Tenn. Democrat.
Johnson, J. Ramsey — of District of Columbia.
Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, N.Y. Johnson, Jerome A. — of Danby,
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