- In 1884 La Follette defied the party machine that was led by U.S. Senators Philetus Sawyer and John Spooner.
- Scenes from the Past
- Restaurant. Before that, however, it was the site of a spectacular brownstone man - sion built by Senator Philetus Sawyer in. 1888.
- EDGAR SAWYER HOUSE TOUR Philetus and Melvina Sawyer
- Philetus and Melvina Sawyer came to Wisconsin in 1847 from Crown Point, New. York, when Edgar, their son, was only 5 years old.
- Bibliography (The Wisconsin Logging Book, 1839-1939)
- Philetus Sawyer, 1861-1900. Madison: State Historical. Society of Wisconsin, 1950.
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- May 7, 2005 David M. Cook, Professor of Physics and Philetus E. Sawyer Professor of Science .
- Vrief, one-page Rober M. La Follette biography
- returned to his law practice in Madison, former Senator Philetus Sawyer arranged a meeting with him in. Milwaukee.
- Ship canal is Advocate founder's lasting legacy
- and Harris was duly recognized for his work over the years. Smith noted that Harris "never ceased to prog (US Sen. Philetus Sawyer); Sawyer progged Howe, who got the grant through which enabled the company to dig the canal," the Advocate reported.
- SAWYER, Philetus - Biographical Information
- SAWYER, Philetus, a Representative and a Senator from Wisconsin; born in Whiting, Rutland County, Vt.
- Philetus Sawyer Family Civil War
- Search xx Family of Philetus Sawyer Family Photo Albums.
- Sawyer, Edgar P. & Philetus
- 1st Biography of Philetus SAWYER [father of Edgar P.] History of Northern Wisconsin. Chicago: Western Historical, 1881, v II, pp 1162-1163 Hon.
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- Philetus Sawyer was an American politician of the Republican Party who represented Wisconsin in both houses of Congress.
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