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Henry Roberts Pease
| United States Senator |
February 3, 1874 – March 4, 1875
|Preceded by||Adelbert Ames|
|Succeeded by||Blanche K. Bruce|
|Born||February 19, 1835|
|Died||January 2, 1907 71) (aged|
Watertown, South Dakota
|Resting place||Mount Hope Cemetery, Watertown, South Dakota|
|Profession||Politician, Lawyer, Teacher, Editor, Publisher|
|Battles/wars||American Civil War|
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| U.S. Senator (Class 1) from Mississippi |
February 3, 1874 – March 4, 1875
Served alongside: James L. Alcorn
Blanche K. Bruce