23 January 2006

The Amazing Life of Henry Bainbridge

Synopsis of the Career of Henry Bainbridge
(There’s A Michigan Connection)

Henry Bainbridge - Witness To An Indian Treaty

Henry Bainbridge Involved in the Famous Dred Scott vs. Sanford Case

Dred Scott and Other Historic Supreme Court Cases

Sidebar: The Lawyers In The Dred Scott Case (A Michigan Connection)

Lieutenant-Colonel Bainbridge at Fort Dade in Florida

Lt. Col. Bainbridge Presided at Court Martial of Son of An Alamo Hero

Search “Bainbridge” in the website dedicated to the artist, James McNeill Whistler:

31 May 1857 - HENRY BAINBRIDGE died when the Louisiana sunk in Galveston Bay

Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, 1857-1858
FRIDAY, January 15, 1858.

The following petitions and memorials were laid upon the Clerk's table, under the 23d rule of the House, to wit: By Mr. Chaffee: The petition of Mary Bainbridge, widow of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Bainbridge, praying Congress to grant her a pension for the services of her husband in the United States army. [http://memory.loc.gov/]

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