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This profile was last updated on 11/28/08  and contains information from public web pages.

Governor

Alaska State Legislature
 
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Hugh J. Wade, the secretary ...
www.juneauempire.com, 28 Nov 2008 [cached]
Hugh J. Wade, the secretary of state (a title later changed to lieutenant governor) served as acting governor during the first session of the Alaska State Legislature.
Former lieutenant governors Hugh ...
juneauempire.com, 31 Oct 2012 [cached]
Former lieutenant governors Hugh Wade (Alaska's first), Keith Miller, Robert Ward, Red Boucher, Terry Miller, Stephen McAlpine, Jack Coghill and Fran Ulmer lived in Juneau while in office.
Acting Governor Hugh Wade ...
news.ktoo.org [cached]
Acting Governor Hugh Wade vetoed a bill calling for impoundment of stray dogs.
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Recently, Jerry Wade, the son of ...
www.juneauempire.com, 15 Jan 2009 [cached]
Recently, Jerry Wade, the son of Alaska's first lieutenant governor, Hugh Wade, submitted a recollection of the statehood movement to both the Juneau Empire and the Anchorage Daily News.
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Unhappy with Empire's statehood story omission 011509 LETTERS 2 Letter to the editor Recently, Jerry Wade, the son of Alaska's first lieutenant governor, Hugh Wade, submitted a recollection of the statehood movement to both the Juneau Empire and the Anchorage Daily News.
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Recently, Jerry Wade, the son of Alaska's first lieutenant governor, Hugh Wade, submitted a recollection of the statehood movement to both the Juneau Empire and the Anchorage Daily News.
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With his submission letter, Wade noted that the piece probably was too long to run in full but he thought certain information in it would appeal to Alaska readers. The Anchorage Daily News reduced the 1,700-word piece to 1,365 words and ran it on Jan. 5, along with a photograph of Hugh Wade signing a proclamation.
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Does nobody at the Empire realize that Hugh Wade served as our new state's acting governor during the first months of 1959 when Gov.
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Empire subscribers, if you wish to read Jerry Wade's reflection on the campaign for statehood and his father's role in Alaska's first year as a state, go to the Daily News Web site and type in "Hugh 'Jerry' Wade'" at the top of the screen.
JuneauEmpire.com: State & Regional: This Day in History 04/04/05
juneauempire.com, 4 April 2005 [cached]
- In 1959, acting Governor Hugh Wade signed into law a bill creating 12 departments within the executive branch of Alaska government (such as the Department of Transportation and the Department of Education).
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