Archives of Maryland
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David E. Dick
MSA SC 3520-14775


Born in July 10, 1869, Lonaconing, Allegany County, Maryland. Brother, Robert A. L. Dick. Attended business college, Philadelphia, 1890-1891.

Worked in coal mines as child; later union organizer for United Mine Workers, active in coal miners' strike, 1894. Merchant, Lonaconing. Active in state Republican party organization. Served in House of Delegates, 1896; Republican. Appointed assistant State Labor Statistician, May, 1896; resigned in 1898 after election to Maryland Senate. Later re-appointed to assistant State Labor Statistician, 1899, resigned 1900 after re-election to State Senate. Appointed to U. S. Land Office, 1905. Defeated in bid for House of Delegates, 1905. Elected to House, 1908. Later lived in Tunnelton, West Virginia.

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