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Encyclopedia > Uriah Tracy
Preceded by:
Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.
Class 3 Senators of Connecticut
Succeeded by:
Chauncey Goodrich

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Uriah Tracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (189 words)
Uriah Tracy was an American politician, born in Franklin, Connecticut, February 2, 1755; died in Washington, D. July 19, 1807.
He graduated Yale (where contemporaries included Noah Webster) in 1778, was admitted to the bar in 1781, and practiced law in Litchfield for many years.
At the latter date he was elected to the United States Senate in place of Jonathan Trumbull, who had resigned, Tracy serving until the time of his death.
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Victor Yong accompanied Tracy on the KISM radio interview and later he introduced her to the band Nightwish from Finland.
Tracy was amazed and stunned that such excellent music was being recorded and performed in the world.
Though Tracy's vocals were kept to a lower range for the adult contemporary release in 2005 the brilliance still very much stuns listeners, both those who have and those who have not heard this artist before.
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