David Archibald Harvey - Later Life

Later Life

After leaving Congress, Harvey resumed practicing law. He would represent the Indian tribes of northeast Oklahoma and the Cayugas in New York. Harvey died in Hope, Eddy County, New Mexico, on May 24, 1916. He was laid to rest in Seneca Cemetery, Seneca, Newton County, Missouri.

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