Body: Territorial House
Residence: Sauk Rapids
Term of Office: 1/7/1852 to 1/4/1853
Occupation: Farmer/Indian Trader/Hotel Keeper/Merchant
Agriculture and Manufactures
His city of residence is listed as Itasca in The History of Minnesota: from the French Explorations to the Present Time, 1873. Toensing lists Sauk Rapids. William W. Warren contested James Beatty's election on grounds that some of the votes cast for Beatty were illegal. The Territorial House of Representatives determined that James Beatty should retain the seat.