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  Manning III, Richard Irvine
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AffiliationDemocratic  
 
NameRichard Irvine Manning III
Address
Sumter, South Carolina , United States
EmailNone
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Born August 15, 1859
DiedSeptember 11, 1931 (72 years)
ContributorJoshua L.
Last ModifedRBH
Dec 01, 2017 11:40pm
Tags Government Reform - Pro-Labor - Prohibitionist -
InfoPolitical Party: Democrat



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Born: August 15, 1859 in Sumter County, SC


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Religion: Episcopalian


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Education
University of Virginia - 1877-1879


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Occupations
Banker
Businessman


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Died: September 11, 1931 in Columbia, SC


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Buried: Columbia, SC in Trinity Churchyard


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Major Events and Accomplishments - 1st term - 1915-1917
South Carolina citizens voted in a referendum to establish a prohibition on the sale of all alcoholic beverages - 1915
Birth of a Nation, a film portraying of South Carolina in the Reconstruction-era, premiered - 1915
The General Assembly passed the state's first compulsory education legislation - February 20, 1915
The General Assembly passed a child labor law that raised the minimum age for employment to fourteen - February 29, 1916


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Major Events and Accomplishments - 2nd term - 1917-1919
The boll weevil entered South Carolina - 1917
The state's first chapter of the NAACP was founded in Charleston - February 27, 1917
The United States entered World War I - April 6, 1917
The US Congress passed the Selective Service Act and 307,350 South Carolinians registered for the draft during the course of the war - May 18, 1917
The General Assembly passed legislation allowing women to practice law - February 14, 1918
A Spanish Influenza epidemic killed 7,400 South Carolinians - September-December 1918
World War I ended - November 11, 1918


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Other Government Positions
South Carolina House of Representatives - 1892-1896
South Carolina Senate - 1898-1906


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Other Accomplishments, Honors, Distinctions, etc.
Richard Irvine Manning III was the grandson of Richard Irvine Manning, governor of South Carolina from 1824-1826.


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  09/12/1916 SC Governor - D Runoff Won 51.69% (+3.38%)
  08/29/1916 SC Governor - D Primary Won 30.14% (+0.00%)
  11/03/1914 SC Governor Won 99.76% (+99.52%)
  09/08/1914 SC Governor - D Runoff Won 62.12% (+24.25%)
  08/25/1914 SC Governor - D Primary Won 19.46% (+0.00%)
  09/11/1906 SC Governor - D Runoff Lost 43.88% (-12.24%)
  08/28/1906 SC Governor - D Primary Won 23.81% (+0.00%)
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