Nebraska Authors

Charles Ewing Frank

Born 1869-07-20 Houghton, MI (USA)

Son of Joseph Seward Frank

Died 1952
Minden, NE (USA)

Buried
Minden, NE (USA)
Minden Cemetery

Charles Frank wrote extensively of life on the prairies of Nebraska. He was the last Kearney representative in the old two-house Nebraska Legislature.

Places Lived

Houghton, MI
Kenesaw, NE
Heartwell, NE
Minden, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Memoirs; Nebraska; Prairies -- Nebraska

Education

Kenesaw Public School, Kenesaw, NE

Occupation

Farmer
Nebraska State Legislator
School Teacher, Adams and Kearney County schools
School Board Member

Places Worked

Nebraska Legislature, 1935-1937
County Schools, Kearney and Adams County, Nebraska
Kearney County Rural Telephone Company
Heartwell and Norman

Associations

Old Settlers Organization of Kearney County, Nebraska
Town Board, Member
School Board, Member

Bibliography

Reminiscences.

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