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Herbert James Hagerman

Herbert James Hagerman (December 15, 1871 – January 28, 1935) was an American attorney, was the 17th Governor of the New Mexico Territory from 1906 to 1907.

Hagerman was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to industrialist J. J. Hagerman. He graduated from Cornell University in 1890. From 1898 to 1901, he was the second secretary at the United States Embassy to Russia. In 1901, Hagerman was presented with the Russian Order of St. Anna by Czar Nicholas II.[1][2] Appointed by Albert Fall, Secretary of the Interior, Hagerman later served as Commissioner to the Navajos, c. 1923.[3]

Hagerman, a member of the Kappa Alpha Society, died in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1935.

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  • , May 1905 to October 1905, pp. 242–247
  • by George B. Anderson, 1907, p. 278 regarding Hagerman and territorial land disposition under the Fergusson Act of 1898
  • , 1907 (p. 266) concerning House Resolution No. 19 calling for an investigation of Governor Hagerman alleging actions taken on behalf of the Pennsylvania Development Company
  • , edited by Frank Moore Colby, 1908 (p. 558) describing Hagerman's appointment and resignation as Governor of New Mexico
  • Theodore Roosevelt, and others regarding controversies during Hagerman's term as Governor of New Mexico
  • by Ralph Emerson Twitchell, 1912 (p. 549) concerning controversies leading to the appointment of Hagerman as Governor of New Mexico and his subsequent resignation
  • , Chapter IV "How T.R. Fought the 'Bosses' of New Mexico in 1906-07" (pp. 78–102) by Annie Riley Hale, 1912
  • , Second Edition by L. Bradford Prince, 1921 (p. 151)
  • Hogback structure of the Navajo Reservation and Hagerman's involvement, as Commissioner to the Navajos, in the formation of a tribal council
  • Canyon de Chelly National Monument Administrative History, Chapter 2
  • by Erna Fergusson, 1931 (p. 130) referencing Hagerman's term as Commissioner to the Navajos
Political offices
Preceded by
Miguel Antonio Otero
Governor of New Mexico
1906-1907
Succeeded by
George Curry

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