Governor Christopher Greenup Records, 1804-1808

Descriptive Summary

Title
Governor Christopher Greenup Records, 1804-1808
Creator
Greenup, Christopher
Extent
4 cubic ft.
Finding Aid Author
Tim Tingle
Repository
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Christopher Greenup served as Governor from 1804-1808 as a Jeffersonian Republican. He was elected without opposition. Originally from Virginia, Greenup resided in Mercer and Fayette County, Ky. His occupation was a Lawyer. Christopher Greenup is most noted for the "Spanish Conspiracy" and Aaron Burr's activities revealed during this administration.

Contents of the Collection

Executive Journals

Executive Journal, 1804-1808

  • Volume 1
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Enrolled Bills / Resolutions

Enrolled bills 1, 1804

  • Volume 1
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Enrolled bills 2, 1805

  • Volume 2
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Enrolled bills 3, 1806

  • Volume 3
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Petitions for Pardons

(See Accession A1991-246 for other contents of Box 2.)

Petitions for Pardons, 1804-1808

  • Box 1
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Appointments

Civil Appointments

(See Accessions A1991-242, A1991-243, A1991-245, and A1991-246 for other contents of Box 1.)

Appointments by the Governor - Civil Appointments, 1804-1808

  • Box 1
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Military Appointments

(See Accessions A1991-242 thru A1991-245 for other contents of Box 1.)

Appointments by the Governor - Military Appointments 1, 1804-1805

  • Box 1
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Appointments by the Governor - Military Appointments 2, 1805-1808

  • Box 2
(See Accession A1991-247 for other contents of Box 2.)
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Governor's Official Correspondence

Governor's Correspondence

(See Accessions A1991-243 thru A1991-246 for other contents of Box 1.)

Governor's Correspondence, 1807, 1808, N.D.

  • Box 1
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Message to the General Assembly, 1804, 1807, 1808, N.D.

  • Box 1
(See Accessions A1991-242 and A1991-244 thru A1991-246 for other contents of Box 1.)
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Military Correspondence

(See Accessions A1991-242 thru A1991-244 and A1991-246 for other contents of Box 1.)

Military Correspondence, 1806-1807

  • Box 1
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