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Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924

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Personal name headingLodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924
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Variant(s)Lodge, Mr. (Henry Cabot), 1850-1924
Birth date1850-05-12
Death date1924-11-09
Place of birthBoston (Mass.)
Place of deathCambridge (Mass.)
AffiliationHarvard University
Harvard Law School
Harvard University
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. House
United States. Congress. Senate
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Profession or occupationLegislators College teachers Authors
Found inAuthor's Ballads and lyrics ... 1880.
Constitutional methods of making and ratifying treaties in certain foreign countries, 1905: p. 1 (Mr. Lodge)
Memb. of Cong. since 1789, 1985 (Lodge, Henry Cabot (grandfather of Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.) (R Mass.) May 12, 1850-Nov. 9, 1924; House 1887-93; Senate 1893-Nov. 9, 1924)
Biog. dir. of the U.S. Congress website, March 27, 2015 (Lodge, Henry Cabot, (great-grandson of George Cabot, grandfather of Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., and John Davis Lodge), a Representative and a Senator from Massachusetts; born in Boston, Mass., May 12, 1850; attended a private school and graduated from Harvard University in 1871; editor of the North American Review 1873-1876; graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1874 and admitted to the bar in 1875; earned one of the first Ph.D. degrees in history and government granted by Harvard University in 1876; lecturer on American history at Harvard University 1876-1879; member, State house of representatives 1880-1881; author of many historical, biographical, and political works; unsuccessful Republican candidate in 1882 for election to the Forty-eighth Congress and in 1884 to the Forty-ninth Congress; elected as a Republican to the Fiftieth, Fifty-first, and Fifty-second Congresses and served from March 4, 1887, until March 3, 1893, when he resigned; had been reelected to the Fifty-third Congress, but was later elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in 1893; reelected to the Senate in 1899, 1905, 1911, 1916, and 1922 and served from March 4, 1893, until his death; Republican Conference chairman (1918-24); president pro tempore (1911-13); chairman, Committee on Immigration (Fifty-fourth through Sixty-second Congresses), Committee on Printing (Fifty-fifth Congress), Committee on the Philippines (Fifty-sixth through Sixty-first Congresses), Committee on Private Land Claims (Sixty-third through Sixty-fifth Congresses), Committee on Foreign Relations (Sixty-sixth through Sixty-eighth Congresses), Republican Conference (1918-24); appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt a member of the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal in 1903; member of the United States Immigration Commission 1907-1910; overseer of Harvard University from 1911 until his death; represented the United States as a member of the Conference on Limitation of Armament in 1921; died in Cambridge, Mass., on November 9, 1924; interment in Mount Auburn Cemetery)
Studies in history, 1884: title page (Henry Cabot Lodge, author of "Life and letters of George Cabot," "A short history of the English colonies in America," " Alexander Hamilton" and "Daniel Webster" (in "American statesmen" series))
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