Governor Mann

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About the Mann Administration

Stephen A. Mann was the Secretary of Utah during Governor Charles Durkee's term. After Governor Durkee fell ill in December of 1869, Stephen A. Mann became the acting governor until March of 1870 when John Wilson Shaffer replaced him. He was considered a conservative ruler and his signing of the female suffrage bill made his administration notable.

"The Governors of Utah." Improvement Era. Vol. IV No. 4 (February 1901).

History of Mann Administration
Biography of Stephen A. Mann

Records of Governor Mann

There are no records at the Utah State Archives. You may search for related records and papers held by other repositories in Social Networks and Archival Context. Territorial records may be available in the National Archives.

Page Last Updated May 29, 2002.