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Belle G. Bigelow

Birth Date:
Death Date:
State: Nebraska
Marital Status: Married
General Occupation: Writing
Occupation: Writer
Political Party Activism: Prohibition
Social Reform Activism: Suffrage · Temperance

Biography

Belle E. Bigelow of Lincoln, Nebraska was nominated for Lieutenant Governor in 1894. Bigelow was twice the Prohibition Party candidate for County Superintendent of Instruction. She ran in 1885 and again in 1892, but did not win either race.

Additional Notes

 

Belle G. Bigelow's Campaign for County Superintendent of Instruction, 1885

Political Office: County Superintendent of Instruction
Election Year: 1885
Political Party:
Elected: No


Belle G. Bigelow's Campaign for County Superintendent of Instruction, 1892

Political Office: County Superintendent of Instruction
Election Year: 1892
Political Party:
Elected: No


Belle G. Bigelow's Campaign for Lieutenant Governor, 1894

Political Office: Lieutenant Governor
Election Year: 1894
Political Party:
Elected: No



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Willard, Frances E.; Livermore, Mary A. Woman of the century; fourteen hundred-seventy biographical sketches accompanied by portraits of leading American women in all walks of life, Details
Sawyer, Andrew Lincoln, the capital city and Lancaster County, Nebraska; Details
On the Eve of the Election Details
Prohibition Party Candidates Details