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Seventy-Ninth Congress

(1945-1947)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Andrew L. Somers, New York

J. Hardin Peterson, Florida

John M. Robinson, Kentucky John R. Murdock, Arizona

Frederick V. Bradley, Michigan Jennings Randolph, West Virginia

Gerald W. Landis, Indiana Augustine B. Kelley, Pennsylvania

Cecil W. (Runt) Bishop, Illinois Compton I. White, Idaho

Robert C. Rockwell, Colorado Clair Engle, California

Matthew H. Ellsworth, Oregon Erland H. Hedrick, West Virginia

Walter E. Brehm, Ohio Albert S.J. Carnahan, Missouri

Robert J. Corbett, Pennsylvania
William J. Gallagher, Minnesota

George B. Schwabe, Oklahoma
Thomas E. Morgan, Pennsylvania
Berkeley L. Bunker, Nevada
Edward L. Bartlett, Alaska Territory
On May 28, 1945, Cecil W. (Runt) Bishop, Illinois, was excused from the Committee.
On June 25, 1945, Wesley A. D’Ewart, Montana, was appointed to the Committee.
On January 31, 1946, M. Harris Ellsworth, Oregon, was excused from the Committee.
On March 14, 1946, Albert S.J. Carnahan, Missouri, was excused from the Committee.
On A pril 16, 1946, George B. Schwabe, Oklahoma, was excused from the Committee.
On June 14, 1946,

Ioffman, Pennsylvania, was appointed to ommittee after Wesley A. D'Ewart. On August 13, 1946, William J. Gallagher, Minnesota, died in office.

MEMBERS OF THE PREDECESSOR COMMITTEES
COMMITTEE ON IRRIGATION OF ARID LANDS
(IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION)

(1893-1946) 53d-79th

In 1924, the Committee Changed its name from Committee on Irigation of Arid Lands (occasionally listed as Irrigation of the Arid Lands) to Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation.

Fifty-Third Congress

(1893-1895)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

George W. Cooper, Indiana

Marcus C. Lisle, Kentucky

Willis Sweet, Idaho Thomas M. Paschal, Texas

Wiliam H. Doolittle, Washington James G. Maguire, California

Charles S. Hartman, Montana
George F. Richardson, Michigan

James A. Tawney, Minnesota
Lafayette Pence, Colorado
On July 7, 1894, Thoma M. Paschal Texas was excused from the Committee.
On August 16, 1894, Horace L. Moore, Kansas, was appointed to the Committee.
On December 6, 1894, Michael Griffin, Wisconsin, was appointed to the Committee.

Fifty-Fourth Congress

(1895-1897)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

John A. Barham, California
Edgar Wilson, Idaho
John F. Shafroth, Colorado
Frank W. Mondell, Wyoming
Robert J. Gamble, South Dakota
Samuel C. Hyde, Washington

Binger Hermann, Oregon

Joseph C. Hutcheson, Texas
Joseph E. Washi ngton, Tennessee
Charles L Bartlett, Georgia
John C. Bell

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John A. Barham, California

Roderick D. Sutherland, Nebraska John J. Jenkins, Wisconsin

Edgar Wilson, Idaho George W. Ray, New York

Athelston Gaston, Pennsylvania Vespasian Warner, Ilinois William A. Reeder, Kansas Fremont O. Phillips, Ohio John F. Shafroth, Colorado On May 1, 1900, John F. Shafroth, Colorado was excused from the Committee and William H. King, Utah was appointed to the Committee.

Fifty-Seventh Congress

(1901-1903)

Majority: Republican
Minority: Democrat

Thomas H. Tounge, Oregon

John J. Jenkins, Wisconsin

Francis G. Newlands, Nevada George W. Ray, New York

William Neville, Nebraska William A. Reeder, Kansas

Oscar W. Underwood, Alabama Frank W. Mondell, Wyoming

John D. Bellamy, North Carolina George Sutherland, Utah Charles Q. Tirrell, Massachusetts On September 11, 1902, George W. Ray, New York, resigned from the House of Representatives. On December 11, 1902, John J. Jenkins, Wisconsin, was excused from the Committee and John W. Dwight, New York, and Frank B. Brandegee, Connecticut, were appointed to fille the vacancies on Committee.

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