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George Washington Julian

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  • He got education at public schools.

    He studied law.

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  • By the mid-1840s Julian was a Whig member of the Indiana state legislature and a frequent author of antislavery newspaper articles. His abolitionist views prompted him to switch to the Free Soil Party, and in 1848 he won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, running on the Free Soil ticket.
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