J. Francisco Chaves vs. Charles P. Clever.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Elections

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Other titlesContested election of delegate, J. Francisco Chaves vs. Charles P. Clever in Territory of New Mexico
SeriesH.rp.18
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination5 p.
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Open LibraryOL15631865M

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Charles P. Clever, delegate from the territory of New Mexico. [J Francisco Chaves; Charles P Clever; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Elections.]. Title: Chaves vs. Clever: additional papers in the case of J. Francisco Chaves against Charles P. Clever, of New Mexico: Publication Type: Book: Authors.

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U.S. Congress, Chaves vs. Clever: papers in the case of J. Francisco Chaves vs. Charles P. Clever, delegate from the territory of New gton, DC: U. FATHER OF NEW MEXICO STATEHOOD CHAVES, José Francisco, () J. Francisco Chaves, one of the most eminent New Mexicans of his time, became Charles P.

Clever inserving again until The House Committee on Elections found the election had been fraudulent and seated Chaves. Charles P. Clever (Febru – July 8, ) was a Delegate from the Territory of New Mexico. He was born in Cologne, Prussia where he attended the gymnasium of Cologne and the University of immigrated to the United States in and settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico in He engaged in trade from toand was appointed United States marshal for New Mexico in J.

Francisco Chaves used this religious affiliation to discredit him and his claim to the delegate’s seat. Other people criticized Charles Clever, not for his conversion, but for the fact that he hid his original Jewish heritage.

InClever served as an in corporator of the Centennial Exposition. Charles P. Clever (Febru – July 8, ) was a Delegate from the Territory of New Mexico. Born in Cologne, Prussia, Clever attended the gymnasium of Cologne and the University of ated to the United States in and settled in Santa Fe,in He engaged in trade from to He was appointed United Missing: J.

Francisco Chaves. Biography Family. José Francisco Chaves was born on J in Los Padillas, New Mexico (then in the Departmento de Nuevo México of the United Mexican States) in what is now Bernalillo County, near Albuquerque, New father was Don Mariano Chaves and his mother Dolores Perea was the daughter of Don Pedro Jose Perea of Bernalillo.

She later married Dr. Henry Connelly, Born: JLos Padillas, Mexican. Charles P. Clever (Febru – July 8, ) was a Delegate from the Territory of New Mexico. Born in Cologne, Prussia, Clever attended the gymnasium of Cologne and the University of ated to the United States in and settled in Santa Fe,in He engaged in trade from to He was appointed United States marshal for New Mexico in He became Missing: J.

Francisco Chaves. Charles P. Clever (Febru – July 8, ) was a Delegate from the Territory of New Mexico. He was born in Cologne, Prussia where he attended the gymnasium of Cologne and the University of immigrated to the United States in and settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico in He engaged in trade from toand was appointed United States marshal for New Mexico in Alma mater: University of Bonn.

During his re-election bid for the 40th Congress (–), Chaves ran against Democrat Charles P. Clever, a successful lawyer, a Civil War veteran, and the publisher of the Santa Fe Weekly Gazette. In his acceptance letter, Chaves thanked the delegates to the Republican convention.

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