Twenty-first Texas Legislature

Twenty-first Texas Legislature

The Twenty-first Texas Legislature met from 8 January to 6 April 1889 in regular session. All members of the House of Representatives and a portion of the members of the Senate were elected in the 1888 General Election.

essions

* 20th Regular session: 8 January 18896 April 1889

Party summary

House of Representatives

Officers

enate

* Lieutenant Governor: Thomas Benton Wheeler, Democrat
* President "pro tempore":
** Henry D. McDonald, Democrat, Regular session
** William H. Burges, Democrat, "ad interim"

House of Representatives

* Speaker of the House: Frank P. Alexander, Democrat

Members

enate

Members of the Texas Senate for the Twenty-first Texas Legislature:

* Leonard Anderson Abercrombie, Democrat
* William T. Armistead, Democrat
* Edwin Augustus Atlee, Democrat
* William H. Burges, Democrat
* Martin McNulty Crane, Democrat
* John Walter Cranford, Democrat
* George Washington Glasscock, Jr., Democrat
* James J. Jarvis, Democrat
* William C. "Cone" Johnson, Democrat
* Jonathan Lane, Democrat
* Ernst Gustav Maetze, Democrat
* Henry D. McDonald, Democrat
* George W. Tyler, Democrat

House of Representatives

Members of the House of Representatives for the Twentieth Texas Legislature:

These are multimember or flotorial districts.

Membership Changes

Unknown

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