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Selucius Garfielde (December 8, 1822 - April 13, 1881) was a
Delegate from the Territory of Washington. Born in Shoreham,
Vermont, Garfielde moved to Gallipolis, Ohio, and later to Paris,
Kentucky, where he engaged in newspaper work. He pursued an
academic course. He served as Delegate to the Kentucky State
Constitutional Convention in 1849. Immigrated to California in
1851. He served as member of the California State Assembly in 1852.
Garfielde was elected by the legislature to codify the laws of the
State in 1853. He studied law. He was admitted to the bar in 1854
and commenced practice in San Francisco, California. He returned to
Kentucky in 1855. He served as delegate to the Democratic National
Convention in 1856. He moved to the Territory of Washington in
1857. Receiver of Public Moneys from 1857-1860. He was an
unsuccessful Democratic candidate for election in 1860 to the
Thirty-seventh Congress. Surveyor general of the Territory of
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