HOWARD, MILFORD W., 1862-1937

Biography:

Attorney, congressman. Born– December 12, 1862, Rome, Ga. Admitted to the bar, 1881, and practiced law in Fort Payne; prosecuting attorney, Dekalb County, four years; city attorney, Fort Payne, two terms; chairman, Dekalb County Democratic Executive Committee; elected as a populist to the U.S. Congress from Alabama’s 7th District and served 1895-1897.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 4.

Publication(s):

The American Plutocracy. New York; Holland Pub. Co., 1895.

The Bishop of the Ozarks. Los Angeles; Times Mirror Press, 1920.

Fascism, a Challenge to Democracy. New York; Fleming H. Revell Co., 1928.

If Christ Came to Congress. New York; Howard Pub. Co., 1896.

Peggyware. Los Angeles; J. F. Rowny Press, 1921.