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John Christopher Cutler

During Utah's history there have been 14 Territorial Governors and 17 Governors of the State.

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John Christopher Cutler

1905-1909
REPUBLICAN
(February 5, 1846-July 30,1928)

Born in Sheffield, England, Cutler immigrated to Utah with his family in 1864. A successful businessman and president of the family dry goods firm, he was also a director of several banks, insurance companies, and other businesses as well. As governor, Cutler founded a state juvenile court system, ordered compilation and codification of state laws, and provided for registration of births and deaths by the state.

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