Henry C. Bulis

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Henry C. Bulis (November 14, 1830 – September 7, 1897) was an American politician and physician.

Born in Clinton County, New York, Bulis studied medicine. He moved to Decorah, Iowa, where he practiced medicine. Bulis was an Indian agent. He also served as mayor of Decorah and was postmaster. In 1871–1874, he served as Lieutenant Governor of Iowa. Later, he was elected to the Iowa State Senate. He died in Decorah.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Madison Miner Walden
Lieutenant Governor of Iowa
1871-1874
Succeeded by
Joseph Dysart