Charles Frederick Manderson (1837-1911)
Charles Frederick Manderson was a U.S. senator from Nebraska who introduced the then novel idea of nationally built highways and was elected president pro tempore of the Senate in 1891. At the outset of the Civil War he enlisted as a private and helped raise a regiment. He was brevetted brigadier general of volunteers for "long, faithful, gallant, and meritorious service."
- 1890 circa 5 years
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