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Who was the Governor of Louisiana in 1825?


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Henry Johnson (born September 14, 1783 in Davidson County, Tennessee; died September 4, 1864 in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana) succeeded Henry S. Thibodaux as the fifth Governor of Louisiana, serving between December 13, 1824 and December 15, 1828, including the whole of 1825.


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