Coe I. Crawford

Knowledge Identifier: +Coe_I._Crawford


Coe I. Crawford

Sixth Governor of South Dakota in the United States add

Category: Politics

Born in 1858.

Countries: South Dakota (60%), United States (27%), Iowa (13%)

Main connections: Iowa, South Dakota, United States House of Representatives

Linked to: Republican Party, United States House of Representatives, United States Senate, Category:University of Iowa College of Law alumni




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Coe I. Crawford was born in 1858 add something


In 1882, he graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in law add something


He began his practice in Independence, Iowa, moving to Pierre, South Dakota , in what was the Dakota Territory, in 1883 add something


He was the prosecuting attorney for Hughes County, South Dakota in 1887 and 1888 add something


In 1889, he was elected to the Territorial Council, the upper house of the Dakota Territorial Legislature add something


When South Dakota was admitted as a state in 1889, he was elected as a member of the first South Dakota State Senate add something


He went on to serve as the state Attorney General from 1893 to 1897 add something


He ran for the United States House of Representatives seat for South Dakota in 1896, but lost the election add something


He moved to Huron, South Dakota, South Dakota, and served as an attorney for the Chicago & North Western Railway from 1897 to 1903, when he resigned add something


He was elected as a Republican to the position of Governor of South Dakota in 1907, and served in that capacity through 1908 add something


Frank M. Byrne - Byrne and his former tutor, Coe I. Crawford, became involved with South Dakota's Progressives; and, Byrne represented his district as state senator in 1907 and 1909


He served in the Senate through 1914, when he lost his bid for renomination add something


He returned to Huron, South Dakota and the practice of law until 1934, when he retired from active business and political life add something


He died in Yankton, South Dakota, South Dakota in 1944 add something

Coe I. Crawford died in 1944 add something