Charles Curtis

Charles Brent Curtis (1860 - 1936)

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Charles Brent Curtis
Born in Topeka, Kansas, USAmap
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died in Washington, District of Columbia, USAmap
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Categories: US Vice Presidents | Topeka, Kansas | Topeka Cemetery, Topeka, Kansas | Presidents pro tempore of the US Senate | US Representatives from Kansas | US Senators from Kansas | Kaw Nation | Notables.

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Charles Curtis was a Native American member of the Kaw Nation tribe.
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Preceded by
30th Vice President
Charles G. Dawes




Preceded by
William P. Frye





Preceded by
Alfred W. Benson




Preceded by
Joseph L. Bristow
Charles Curtis
31st Vice President
of the United States
Vice-Presidential Seal
1929—1933

President pro tempore
of the US Senate
[1]
President pro tem
1911

US Senator (Class 2)
from Kansas

1907—1913
Seal of the US Senate
US Senator (Class 3)
from Kansas
[2]
1915—1929

Succeeded by
32nd Vice President
John Nance Garner




Succeeded by
James Paul Clarke





Succeeded by
William Howard Thompson



Succeeded by
Henry Justin Allen

Biography

Descendant of Pilgrim Peter Browne.

FIRST Native-American of proven bloodlines to be elected to the White House

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  1. William P. Frye resigned due to ill health on April 27, 1911. For the remainder of the 62nd Congress, the office rotated among five Senators. The Senate at that time was split between progressive Republicans, conservative Republicans, and Democrats. Each put forth a candidate, and the ballots were deadlocked until August when a compromise was reached by which each of their candidates would rotate holding the office during the 62nd Congress. Republican Charles Curtis was preceded and succeeded by Democrat Augustus Bacon, serving one turn from December 4, 1911 to December 12, 1911.
  2. Resigned to become U.S. Vice President, vacant March 3, 1929 – April 1, 1929 when successor appointed.

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