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ROBINSON, George Dexter, governor of Massachusetts, born in Lexington, Massachusetts, 20 January, 1834. He was graduated at Harvard in 1856, was principal of the high-school at Chicopee, Massachusetts, for nine years, studied law with his brother Charles, and was admitted to the bar in 1866. He practised at Chicopee, was elected to the legislature in 1874, entered the state senate in 1876, and later in the same year was elected to congress as a Republican, taking his seat on 15 October, 1877. He was thrice reelected, and resigned his seat in 1883, having been elected governor. In 1884 and 1885 he was reelected, serving till the close of 1886.
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