Pelham A. Barrows
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Pelham A. Barrows

Pelham Anderson Barrows (March 13, 1861 - November 30, 1939) served as lieutenant governor for the United States state of Nebraska from 1919 to 1923 under Governor Samuel Roy McKelvie. He also served a stint as commander of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.[1] A native of Massachusetts,[2] he later moved to California,[3] where he died in 1939.


  1. ^ (13 August 1922). LIEUT. GOVERNOR WORKS AS RAIL STRIKE GUARD; P.A. Barrows of Nebraska, Reduced to $5, Says He Had to Take Job on Burlington, The New York Times
  2. ^ Lieutenant-Governor Pelham A. Barrows of Nebraska, in Journal of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1921)
  3. ^ (12 May 1932). OFFICERS OF G.A.R. TO BE WELCOMED, Los Angeles Times ("The party will be met here by Pelham A. Barrows of Los Angeles, Past Commander-in-Chief of the Sons of Union Veterans ...")

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Political offices
Preceded by
Edgar Howard
Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska
Succeeded by
Fred Gustus Johnson

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