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History of the Bench and Bar of Minnesota

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History of the Bench and Bar of Minnesota

Two Volumes
  • by Hiram Fairchild Stevens, b.1852
  • published by Legal Publishing and Engraving Company, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, 1904

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Table of Contents

Volume 1.
Chapter I. Pertaining to What is Now Minnesota Before It Became a State
Chapter II. Judge David Cooper's Celebrated Charge to the Grand Jury
Chapter III. Slavery in Minnesota
Chapter IV. The Minnesota & Northwestern Railroad Case
Chapter V. The Presidential Election of 1856 — The Capital Removal
Chapter VI. William Mitchell (By John E. Stryker)
Chapter VII. Twenty-two Years at the Old Court House (1859-1881)— Sketch of the Late Judge Vanderburgh
Chapter VIII. After Minnesota Became a State
Chapter IX. Biographical Sketches of Cushman K. Davis, John Patterson Rea, and Levi M. Vilas
Chapter X. The Supreme Court
Chapter XI. Two Eminent Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of Minnesota
Chapter XII. Biographical Sketches of Associate Justices of the Supreme Court
Chapter XIII. The District Courts and Their Judges
Chapter XIV. Comprising a Number of Interesting Sketches of Men Who Have Attained Prominence in the Profession
Chapter XV. College of Law of the University of Minnesota — Biographical Sketch of William S. Pattee, Dean of the College
Chapter XVI. Washington County Bench and Bar
Volume II
Chapter I. Biographical Sketches of Some of the Men Who Have Made Minnesota Famous
Chapter II. Lawyers Representing Minnesota in the National Legislature
Chapter III. Charles B. Elliott, the Eminent Jurist and Author — The Distinguished Horace R. Bigelow — Hon. William Edward Hale
Chapter IV. The Bench and Bar of Ramsey County — Prominent Lawyers of St. Paul — By John E. Stryker
Chapter V. Lawyers Who Have Attained Distinction at the Bar. upon the Bench and in Administrative and Military Service
Chapter VI. Bar Associations of Minneapolis and Hennepin County — Prominent Lawyers of Minneapolis
Chapter VII. State Bar Association
Chapter VIII. Biographical Sketches of Lawyers Who Have Achieved Prominence and Success in their Respective Localities
Chapter IX. The Merger Cases
Chapter X. Reminiscences of Minnesota During- the Territorial Period - By The Late Charles E. Flandrau
Chapter XI. Oddities and Incidents


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