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- Alfred Greenwood a.k.a. Alfred B. Greenwood: Alfred Burton Greenwood was an attorney and a politician; he was elected to the United States and Confederate congresses as a Democrat. In 1859 he was appointed under President James Buchanan as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and resigned when Arkansas seceded from the Union in 1861.
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- Alfred Greenwood was the father of the composer John D. H. Greenwood.
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by Joyce M. Bellamy, David E. Martin, John Saville
TRADE UNIONIST Alfred Greenwood was born on 28 April 1837 at Woodhouse Hill, Hunslet, Leeds, the seventh son of a chemist employed at the Hunslet glassworks of Joseph Bower. The modern glass ...
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