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INDIAN VWARS AND PIONEERS OF TEXAS.
victory over the Miamis at the Maumee Rapids,
August 20, 1794.
Edwin H. Terrell graduated in 1871 at De Pauw
University, Indiana, having won the first or valedictory
honors of a class of thirty-three members. He
afterwards pursued his legal studies at Harvard
University, where he received his degree of L.L.B.
in 1873. He subsequently spent a year in travel
prominently identified with the growth and prosperity
of San Antonio, having been actively connected
with many of the public and most progressive
movements of that enterprising Southern city.
Since his removal to the South Mr. Terrell has
always taken a prominent part in the councils of
the Republican party in this State. He was a delegate
to the Republican National Conventions at
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and study in Europe, attending for a time the lec
Chicago in 1880 and 1888, and in the latter was one
Ptures at the Ecole de Droit of the Sorbonne at of the honorary secretaries and was selected as one
Paris. of the members of the Committee of Notification.
Mr. Terrell returned to the United States in 1874, In 1889, when President Harrison nominated
and entered upon the practice of tile law at Indian
Mr. Terrell as the U. S. Minister to Belgium, the
apolis, being a member of the firm of Barbour, San Antonio Daily Ezpress (Dem.) saideditoriJacobs
and 'rerrell for some years. ally:ITn
1877 Mr. Terrell,removed to San Antonio, "In appointing Mr. Terrell to the Bel gian minTexas,
which is still his lhome. He has been istry, President Harrison secured the services of a
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