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Barrows, Samuel June

Born: 1845 AD
Died: 1909 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Clergymen, Politician

1845 – Born on May 26th in New York City. Representative from Massachusetts.

1871 – He graduated from the Harvard Divinity School.

1873-1874 – He went with the Yellowstone Expedition, under the command of General Stanley, and with the Black Hills Expedition, commanded by General Custer.

         – Took part in the Battles of Tongue River and the Big Horn.

1876-1881 – Was a pastor of the first parish, Dorchester (Boston), Massachusetts.

         – He resigned to become editor of the Christian Register, which position he held for 16 years.

1897 – Elected as a Republican to the Fifty-fifth Congress.

1899 – Was the secretary of the New York Prison Association.

1909 – Died on April 21st in New York City.