Carrie Belle Kearney (March 6, 1863 - February 27, 1939) was an American temperance reformer, suffragist, teacher, white supremacist, and the first woman elected to the Mississippi State Senate.

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  • Carrie Belle Kearney (March 6, 1863 - February 27, 1939) was an American temperance reformer, suffragist, teacher, white supremacist, and the first woman elected to the Mississippi State Senate. (en)
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  • American politician (en)
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  • Carrie Belle Kearney (March 6, 1863 - February 27, 1939) was an American temperance reformer, suffragist, teacher, white supremacist, and the first woman elected to the Mississippi State Senate. (en)
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  • Belle Kearney (en)
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