Oscar Wilder Underwood (May 6, 1862 – January 25, 1929) was an American lawyer and politician from Alabama, and also a candidate for President of the United States in 1912 and 1924. He was the first formally designated floor leader in the United States Senate, and the only individual to serve as the Democratic leader in both the ...
Born and raised in Kentucky, Oscar W. Underwood moved to Alabama in 1884 and established a successful law practice. He was elected to the House of Representatives in 1894 and from 1911 to 1915 served as House majority leader and chairman of the Ways and Means Committee.
Oscar Underwood (3 años, 7 meses y 6 días) 67.º 4 de marzo de 1921 4 de marzo de 1923 68.º 4 de marzo de 1923 3 de diciembre de 1923 3 de diciembre de 1923 9 de noviembre de 1924 Joseph T. Robinson (13 años, 7 meses y 11 días) 9 de noviembre de 1924 4 de marzo de 1925 Charles Curtis. Interino (3 meses y 25 días) Wesley Jones. Interino
Oscar J. Underwood Jr. (born August 18, 1949) is an American educator, author, pastor, and community activist. Underwoood is the founder and President of Cornerstone Christian College Preparatory School and Cornerstone Christian Bible College International.
- Educator, pastor, community activist, author
- August 18, 1949 (age 74), Marion, Alabama, U.S.
Oscar W. Underwood, in full Oscar Wilder Underwood, (born May 6, 1862, Louisville, Ky., U.S.—died Jan. 25, 1929, Fairfax County, Va.), U.S. congressman from Alabama (1895–1927) who drafted the Underwood Tariff Act of 1913. After studying law at the University of Virginia he was admitted to the bar in 1884.
- The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
30 de may. de 2017 · Oscar Wilder Underwood, a Louisville, Ky., native who practiced law in Birmingham before being elected to represent Alabama in Congress from 1895 to 1927, is “the only person to serve as...