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James Skivring Smith

James Skivring Smith

Above we show a remarkable photo of James Skivring Smith, three-quarter length portrait, three-quarters view, seated at desk. It was made in 1856.

Smith was born in Charleston, South Carolina. Arrived in Liberia in 1833. Secretary of State of Liberia, 1856-1860. Senator, Grand Bassa County, 1868-1869. Vice president under Edward Roye, 1870-1871. Superintendent Grand Bassa County, 1874-1884.

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Image ID# 528B9D22

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