Long became a successful merchant tailor in Macon, Georgia. Long was elected as a Republican. To fill the vacancy caused when the U. Not entitled to the seat and served from January 16, 1871 to March 3, 1871.
Long was not a candidate for renomination in 1870 because of anti-Reconstruction efforts by the white-majority Georgia GOP. But did serve as a delegate to the Republican National Convention. Despite Long's brief tenure in the U. House of Representatives, he was able to promote several Reconstruction efforts. He resumed business in Macon, Georgia, and died there on February 4, 1901.He was interred in Linwood Cemetery. This acrylic on board portrait measures about 18" x 22 1/2". The picture of this portrait was on the cover of a scholastic magazine many years ago. This is an original art painted and signed by a famous artist named "Forte". Similar piece of illustrated art done by "Forte" is on display at. Hempstead African-American Museum in Hempstead, Long Island, New York. Suitable for display at home or museum. Artist, active from the early 1940s on, best known as one of the primary.
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The item "2nd African American US Congress Jefferson Franklin Long Illustrators Art FORTE" is in sale since Tuesday, December 1, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Black Americana\Prints, Posters & Paintings". The seller is "collectiblestrader" and is located in Franklin Square, New York.This item can be shipped to United States.