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HOWARD SUTHERLAND (September 8, 1865 – March 12, 1950) was an American politician. He was a Republican who represented West Virginia in both houses of the United States Congress.

Sutherland was born near Kirkwood, Missouri . He lived in Missouri until the age of 25, attending St. Louis public schools and Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri
Missouri
. He was a newspaper editor in Fulton from 1889 to 1890. In 1890 he moved to Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
where he studied law at Columbian University (now The George Washington University ) and worked for the Census
Census
office.

In 1893, Sutherland moved to Elkins, West Virginia
West Virginia
where he participated in the mining, railroad and timber businesses. In 1908, he entered politics and was elected to the West Virginia
West Virginia
State Senate. He was a state senator until 1912 when he was elected to the United States House of Representatives . He was reelected in 1914 and served in the House until 1917. In 1916 he was elected to the United States Senate and was a US Senator from 1917 to 1923. While in the Senate, he was chairman of the Committee on the Census
Census
from 1919 to 1921 and the Chairman of the Committee on Enrolled Bills from 1921 to 1923. In 1920, he unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for President of the United States. He received 17 delegates, about 2%, on the first ballot, and even less support on the following two ballots after which he withdrew.

Sutherland was defeated for reelection in 1922. He returned to Elkins, West Virginia, where he continued his business interests. He was vice-president of the West Virginia
West Virginia
Board of Trade, chairman of the West Virginia
West Virginia
Good Roads Commission, and alien property administrator from 1925 to 1933. During the 1930s he retired from public life and moved to Washington, D.C., where he died. He was buried in the Maplewood Cemetery in Elkins.

Sutherland's son Richard K. Sutherland was a prominent U. S. Army general during World War II
World War II
.

Sutherland's son-in-law Bucky Harris twice managed baseball teams to World Series championships and is in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum .

REFERENCES

* United States Congress. " Howard Sutherland
Howard Sutherland
(id: S001081)". _ Biographical Directory of the United States Congress _.

* ^ Lawrence Kestenbaum. "The Political Graveyard". Retrieved 2008-11-29.

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Preceded by not applicable U.S. REPRESENTATIVE OF WEST VIRGINIA\\'S 6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1913–1917 Succeeded by Adam B. Littlepage

U.S. SENATE

Preceded by William E. Chilton CLASS 1 SENATOR FROM WEST VIRGINIA 1917–1923 Succeeded by Matthew M. Neely

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United States Senators from West Virginia
West Virginia

CLASS 1

* Van Winkle * Boreman * Caperton * Price * Hereford * Camden * Faulkner * Scott * Chilton * Sutherland * Neely * Hatfield * Holt * Kilgore * Laird * Revercomb * Byrd * Goodwin * Manchin

CLASS 2

* Willey * Davis * Kenna * Camden * S. Elkins * D. Elkins * Watson * N. Goff * D. Elkins * G. Goff * Neely * Rosier * Shott * Revercomb * Neely * Hoblitzell * Randolph * Rockefeller * Capito

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Members of the U.S. House of Representatives from West Virginia
West Virginia

1ST DISTRICT

* Blair * C. Hubbard * Duval * J. J. Davis * B. Wilson * Goff * Pendleton * Atkinson * Pendleton * Dovener * W. Hubbard * J. W. Davis * Neely * Rosenbloom * Bachmann * Ramsay * Schiffler * Ramsay * Schiffler * Neely * Love * Ramsay * R. Mollohan * Moore * R. Mollohan * A. Mollohan * McKinley

2ND DISTRICT

* Brown, Sr. * Latham * Kitchen * McGrew * Hagans * Faulkner * Martin * Hoge * W. Wilson * Dayton * T. Davis * Sturgiss * Brown Jr. * Bowers * Allen * Bowman * Randolph * M. Snyder * Staggers, Sr. * Benedict * Staggers Jr. * Wise * Capito * Mooney

3RD DISTRICT

* Whaley * Polsley * Witcher * Hereford * Kenna * C. Snyder * Alderson * Huling * Dorr * Johnston * Gaines * Littlepage * Avis * Littlepage * Reed * Wolverton * O\'Brien * Wolverton * Hornor * Edmiston * Rohrbough * Bailey * Rohrbough * Bailey * Slack * Hutchinson * Staton * Wise * Rahall * Jenkins

4TH DISTRICT

* Gibson * C. Hogg * Jackson * C. Smith * Capehart * Miller * Freer * Hughes * Woodyard * Hamilton * Moss * Woodyard * Johnson * Woodyard * Hughes * R. Hogg * Johnson * Ellis * Burnside * Neal * Burnside * Neal * Hechler * Rahall

5TH DISTRICT

* Hughes * Cooper * Goodykoontz * Lilly * Strother * Shott * John Kee * E. Kee * James Kee

6TH DISTRICT

* Littlepage * Echols * Taylor * England * J. Smith * Hedrick * Byrd * Slack

AT-LARGE

* Sutherland

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(1916 ← ) United States presidential election, 1920 (→ 1924 )

DEMOCRATIC PARTY _CONVENTION _

NOMINEE

* JAMES M. COX

VP NOMINEE

* FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT

CANDIDATES

* William Gibbs McAdoo * A. Mitchell Palmer * Al Smith * John W. Davis * Edward I. Edwards * Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
* Robert Latham Owen

REPUBLICAN PARTY _CONVENTION _

NOMINEE

* WARREN G. HARDING

VP NOMINEE

* CALVIN COOLIDGE

CANDIDATES

* Leonard Wood * Frank Orren Lowden * Hiram Johnson * William Cameron Sproul * Nicholas Murray Butler
Nicholas Murray Butler
* Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge
* Robert M. La Follette, Sr. * Jeter Connelly Pritchard * Miles Poindexter * Howard Sutherland * Herbert Hoover
Herbert Hoover

THIRD PARTY AND INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES

SOCIALIST PARTY OF AMERICA

NOMINEE

* EUGENE V. DEBS

VP NOMINEE

* SEYMOUR STEDMAN

FARMER–LABOR PARTY

NOMINEE

* PARLEY P. CHRISTENSEN

VP NOMINEE

* MAX S. HAYES

PROHIBITION PARTY

NOMINEE

* AARON S. WATKINS

VP NOMINEE

* D. LEIGH COLVIN

AMERICAN PARTY

NOMINEE

* JAMES E. FERGUSON

VP NOMINEE

* WILLIAM J. HOUGH

SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY

NOMINEE

* WILLIAM WESLEY COX

VP NOMINEE

* AUGUST GILLHAUS

SINGLE TAX

NOMINEE

* ROBERT COLVIN MACAULEY

VP NOMINEE

* RICHARD C. BARNUM

* OTHER 1920 ELECTIONS: House * Senate

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West Virginia
West Virginia
's delegation(s) to the 63rd–67th United States Congress (ordered by seniority)

63RD SENATE : W. Chilton • N. Goff Jr. HOUSE : J. Hughes • W. Brown Jr. • J. Davis • S. Avis • H. Moss Jr. • H. Sutherland • M. Neely

64TH SENATE : W. Chilton • N. Goff Jr. HOUSE : W. Brown Jr. • H. Moss Jr. • H. Sutherland • M. Neely • A. Littlepage • E. Cooper • G. Bowers • H. Woodyard

65TH SENATE : N. Goff Jr. • H. Sutherland HOUSE : M. Neely • A. Littlepage • E. Cooper • G. Bowers • H. Woodyard • S. Reed

66TH SENATE : H. Sutherland • D. Elkins HOUSE : M. Neely • G. Bowers • H. Woodyard • S. Reed • L. Echols • W. Goodykoontz

67TH SENATE : H. Sutherland • D. Elkins HOUSE : G. Bowers • H. Woodyard • S. Reed • L. Echols • W. Goodykoontz • B. Rosenbloom

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