Henry C. Dickey provides a statement regarding the actions of
Marshal McCord of Arizona Territory in connection with Chinese
smuggling cases in Tucson. McCord at first refused to help, but
then seemed eager to cooperate later that year. Ben Daniels wasn't
connected to the case.
Law enforcement--Administration; Smuggling; Emigration and immigration; Arizona--Tucson; McCord, Myron H. (Myron Hawley), 1840-1908; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
Frederic Remington encourages President Roosevelt to stand strong against those critical
of Benjamin Franklin Daniels's appointment as U.S. Marshal in Arizona Territory.
United States marshals--Selection and appointment; Criminal records; Arizona; United States. Marshals Service; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
President Roosevelt could not support Benjamin Franklin Daniels because Daniels lied to the President and put him in an awkward political position with the Senate.
Americans--Politics and government; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
Governor Brodie of Arizona will be appointing Ben Daniels as warden of the Arizona Penitentiary. Both men are former Rough Riders.
Prison wardens; Arizona; United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923; Brodie, Alexander O. (Alexander Oswald), 1849-1918
President Roosevelt offers advice on how to handle the funds of the Arizona Territory.
Budget--Government policy; Banks and banking; Arizona; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
A financial report from the Jefferson Mining Company. Once shares are sold, the company will begin mining.
Aluminum mines and mining; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
Benjamin Franklin Daniels suggests President Roosevelt invest in the Jefferson Mining Company.
President Roosevelt congratulates Alexander Oswald Brodie on his ascension to the office of Governor of Arizona Territory. Roosevelt would also like Brodie's opinion of Benjamin Daniels.
Arizona; Arizona. Governor; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
There has been some opposition to the appointment of Daniels as collector and President Roosevelt requests Governor Brodie's opinion on the matter.
Local officials and employees--Selection and appointment; Arizona; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
Benjamin Franklin Daniels has received the letter and is pleased that President Roosevelt still has a good opinion of him.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923
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