FLOR500, Garden 159 William Pope Duval, Territorial Leader (1784–1854) In 1822, William Pope Duval was appointed by U.S. President James Monroe to become the first non-military Governor of the Florida Territory succeeding Andrew Jackson. Duval was governor for 12 years, during which he established Tallahassee as the territorial capital.
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William Pope Duval, Territorial Leader

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William Pope Duval, Territorial Leader

(1784–1854)

In 1822, William Pope Duval was appointed by U.S. President James Monroe to become the first non-military Governor of the Florida Territory succeeding Andrew Jackson. Duval was governor for 12 years, during which he established Tallahassee as the territorial capital.





 




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