Nebraska Authors

Anson Rogers Graves

AKA: Rev. Anson Rogers Graves

Born 1842-04-13 Wells, VT (USA)

Died 1931-12-30
La Mesa, CA (USA)

Fresno, CA (USA)
Mountain View Cemetery
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The Right Reverend Anson Rogers Graves was the First Bishop of the Episcopal Missionary District of the Platte in Western Nebraska.

Places Lived

Wells, VT
Rutland, VT
Geneva, NY
New York, NY
Racine, WI
Kearney, NE
Plattsmouth, NE
La Mesa, CA

Author Of

  • Biography
  • Nonfiction


Memoir; Missionary Work; Nebraska - History


Graduate, Rutland High School, Rutland, VT
Bachelor's Degree, 1866, Hobart College, Geneva, NY
General Theological Seminary, 1870, New York, NY
Graduate Degree, 1890, Racine College, Racine, WI
Law Degree, 1890, Hobart College, Rutland, VT


Bishop of the Episcopalian Church

Places Worked

Bishopric of Western Nebraska


The Farmer Boy who Became a Bishop: The Autobiography of the Right Reverend Anson Rogers Graves. 1911.

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