Portrait of John Gibson, Secretary of the Indiana Territory

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Appointed by President John Adams, John Gibson, who spoke several native languages, was secretary of the Indiana Territory from 1800-1816 and served as acting governor from 1812-1813. This portrait is a copy of the original that hangs at Grouseland in Vincennes, Indiana.This portrait is a copy of the original that hangs at Grouseland in Vincennes, IndianaKnox County Journe

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