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Walter Preston Brownlow (March 27, 1851 – July 8, 1910) was an American politician who represented Tennessee's 1st district in the U.S. House of ...

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BROWNLOW, Walter Preston, (nephew of William Gannaway Brownlow), a Representative and Doorkeeper from Tennessee; born in Abingdon, Washington  ...

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Oct 27, 2014 ... Walter Preston Brownlow, a prominent name among East Tennesseans, worked in 1876 as a reporter for the Knoxville Whig and Chronicle and ...

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Mar 25, 2018 ... Phantom Brownlow. R1 Richmond 22 Mar Carlton Essendon ... Michael Walters. Polled in 10 of 118 Games (8%) for 22 Votes. Michael Walters ...

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Colonel Walter P. Brownlow (1851 – 1910) was the United States. Congressman from Tennessee's First Congressional District from 1896 until his death in 1910 ...

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Walter Brownlow: Wikipedia · Walter Brownlow For Congress! Brownlow as Seen by his Contemporaries · National Soldiers Home in 1906 (.pdf file).

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Famous Memorials · 7. Walter Preston Brownlow. 1851–1910. U.S. Congressman. Active in newspaper work, he was a reporter... Frederick Clarence Buck.

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In November 1910, after the death of Congressman Walter P. Brownlow, Massey was elected to complete his unexpired term from 5 Dec. 1910 to 3 Mar. 1911.

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From left to right, Walter Brownlow, George L. Carter and Henry Johnson ... matched the influence of Henry Johnson, George L. Carter and Walter Brownlow.