: Photograph of a portrait of Samuel Huntington (1765-1817) who was the third governor of Ohio, serving from 1808-1810. Huntington's term as governor was not without controversy. Although he himself was not targeted, the state legislature tried to impeach two other judges for decisions similar to the Rutherford v. M'Fadden case. These impeachment proceedings were ultimately unsuccessful. The two judges, Calvin Pease and George Tod, maintained their positions by a single vote each. The state capital was moved to Zanesville for a time, and there was continued debate over its permanent location. In addition, there was considerable unease about potential military conflict with Great Britain, which ultimately did occur with the War of 1812. View on Ohio Memory.
: OHS_3295_Huntington Subjects
: Ohio History--State and Local Government; Ohio--Governors--Portraits Places
: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)