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us: Brewer, Willis, 1844-1912

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    • us: Brewer, W. (Willis)
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    • Brewer, W. (Willis)
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    • found: Alabama, 1995: t.p. (W. Brewer)
    • found: OCLC, 5/14/97 (hdg.: Brewer, Willis; Brewer, W. (Willis); usage: W. Brewer)
    • found: LC in OCLC, 5/14/97 (hdg.: Brewer, Willis; usage: Willis Brewer)
    • found: Egypt and Israel, 1910: title page (Willis Brewer, author of "The secret of mankind," "The children of Isachar," etc.) {}
    • found: Wikipedia, October 29, 2014 (Willis Brewer (March 15, 1844--October 30, 1912); U.S. Representative from Alabama; State auditor 1876-1880. He served as member of the State house of representatives 1880-1882. He served in the State senate 1882-1890. He was again a member of the State house of representatives 1890-1894. He again served in the State senate 1894-1897; elected as a Democrat to the Fifty-fifth and Fifty-sixth Congresses (March 4, 1897-March 3, 1901)) {}
    • found: Alabama Department of Archives and History, WWW site, October 29, 2014: Alabama constitutional officers, State auditors, Willis Brewer 1876-1880 page (Willis Brewer, lawyer and author; born March 15, 1844, in Sumter County; died in Montgomery; edited a semi-weekly paper, the Wilcox Times, for nearly three years; in 1868 moved to Hayneville and established the Hayneville Examiner, which he edited until 1880; in 1876 he was elected state auditor on the Democratic ticket; was re-elected in 1878; Mr. Brewer was author of History and Resources of Alabama, 1872; The Children of Isachar, 1884; Secret of Mankind; Egypt and Israel; and of various articles among which are "Suicide," "A Tribute to Col. S. S. Scott," and "The Fiery Furnace of Fifty Years Ago") {}
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