DON M. DICKINSON, an American politician and lawyer, was born in Port Ontario, New York, January 17, 1846. He
removed with his parents to Michigan when he was but two years old. He was educated in the public schools of Detroit
and at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and was admitted to the bar at the age of twenty one. In 1872 he
was made secretary of the Democratic state central committee of Michigan, and his able management of the campaign
gave him a prominent place in the councils of his party. In 1876, during the Tilden campaign, he acted as chairman
of the state central committee. He was afterward chosen to represent his state in the Democratic national committee,
and in 1886 he was appointed postmaster general by President Cleveland. After the expiration of his term of office
he returned to Detroit and resumed the practice of law. In the presidential campaign of 1896, Mr. Dickinson adhered
to the "gold wing" of the Democracy, and his influence was felt in the national canvass, and especially
in his own state.
A Biographical Record
Of Schuyler County, New York
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company
New York and Chicago 1903.
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