Hiram Booth

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Hiram Evans Booth (born 25 October 1860 near Postville, Iowa[1]) served as a senator in the 1st Utah State Legislature from 1895–1897. A Liberal and then a Republican, Booth was active in Utah politics for decades.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Booth at The Political Graveyard
  2. ^ United States Congressional serial set, Issue 4933, Document No. 486, In The Matter of The Protests Against The Right of Hon. Reed Smoot, A Senator From the State of Utah, To Hold His Seat, Volume II, pages 705-742