Edgar Warner Mann

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Edgar Warner Mann (November 18, 1851 - December 7, 1904) was an American lawyer and territorial legislator.

Born in Vienna, Wisconsin, Mann graduated from Beloit College in 1873 and then received his law degree from University of Wisconsin Law School in 1874. Mann then practiced law in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. In 1876, he moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory. He served in the Wyoming Territorial Legislature, in the Wyoming Territorial House of Representatives, as a Republican, in 1879. He also served as register of land office and as city and county attorneys in Cheyenne. He died in Cheyenne, Wyoming.[1][2]

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  1. ^ 'Proceedings of the State Bar Association of Wisconsin 1907,' Wisconsin Bar Association: 1907, Biographical Sketch of Edgar Warner Mann, pg. 306
  2. ^ 'Progressive Men of the State of Wyoming,' A. W. Bowen and Company: 1901, Biographical Sketch of Edgar W. Mann, pg. 516-517