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EATON, Horace, governor of Vermont, born in Barnard, Vermont, 22 June 1804 ; died in Middlebury, Vermont, 4 July 1855. He was graduated at Middlebury in 1825, and at the Castleton medical College in 1828. In that year he began to practice in Enosbury, and remained there until 1848, when he was appointed professor of chemistry and natural history in Middlebury, and held the chair till 1854. He was a member of the legislature, lieutenant governor in 1843'6, superintendent of public schools in 1845'50, governor of the state from 1846 till 1849, and a member of the State constitutional convention of 1848.
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