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1874 in the United States

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1874 in the United States

1874 in the United States
Years: 1871 1872 187318741875 1876 1877


37 stars (1867–77)

Timeline of United States history
History of the United States (1865–1918)

Events from the year 1874 in the United States.


Federal Government





  • January 4 – John W. Thomas, United States Senator from Idaho from 1928 till 1933 and from 1940 till 1945. Died in 1945.
  • January 7 – M. M. Logan, United States Senator from Kentucky from 1931 till 1939. (died 1939)
  • April 16 – Frederick Van Nuys, United States Senator from Indiana from 1933 to 1944. Died in 1944.
  • March 5 – Daniel O. Hastings, United States Senator from Delaware from 1928 till 1937. Died in 1966.
  • May 20 – Augustine Lonergan, United States Senator from Connecticut from 1933 till 1939. Died in 1947.
  • July 1 – Edward P. Costigan, United States Senator from Colorado from 1931 till 1937. Died in 1939.
  • September 13 – Henry F. Ashurst, United States Senator from Arizona from 1912 until 1941. Died in 1962.
  • December 4 – Edwin S. Broussard, United States Senator from Louisiana from 1921 till 1933. Died in 1934.


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