Daughter of Walker Browning. Claudia was President of the local Phyllis Wheatley Club, an African-American organization. Wife of Capt. Horace Bivens. Capt. Bivens retired from the U.S. Army on July 19, 1913 and settled in Billings, Montana. See Under the Fire with the Tenth Cavalry by Cashin. See Billings A to Z by Stevens & Redman. Interred at Mountview Cemetery, August, 1944. Mention of a Claudia Bivens Scholarship offered by State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs in the Billings Gazette on July 1, 1962. Learn more in Captain Bivens, Veteran of Many Wars, Billings Gazette, March 2, 1930, p. 24.
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