Template talk:US House minority leaders

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First Minority Leader[edit]

I have read that Joseph Weldon Bailey was Minority leader during a part of the 1890's.[1]Does anyone have an objection to me adding him as the first minority leader? or can someone provide a source for richardson as the first? thanks.

  1. ^ Caro, Robert A. (1990). The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The path to power. Vintage Books. p. 47. ISBN 9780679729457. Retrieved 17 June 2010.